Question: There has been considerable controversy about a recent Quebec incident in which a principal and teacher strip searched a student suspected of selling drugs in the school. What are the rules governing searches of students in school? Answer: Generally, Canadian courts have sought to balance the rights of individual students and the duty of principals and teachers to maintain order, discipline and safety in school.
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This copy is for your personal non-commercial use only. The staggering number of strip searches performed in Toronto — a rate 40 times that of five other Ontario police forces of comparable size — is described in a comprehensive report released Thursday by the Office of the Independent Police Review Director OIPRD. This, despite the nearly year-old guidelines on when and how strip searches can be conducted.
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This copy is for your personal non-commercial use only. OTTAWA—A busload of American college and university students was strip-searched by Canadian border guards three years ago in an incident that violated government policy and may have contravened the Charter of Rights of Freedoms, documents show. The bus, carrying 48 American students aged 18 to 25, was headed to Montreal to ring in the new year, followed by a couple of days of skiing at Mont Tremblant.
The ctv news app: Canada's most trusted news. The couple, Jeff Lippert and Theresa Benko, flew to Cancun last Sunday -- a destination they had visited about a dozen times in the past. Customs officials took him away, performed a strip search, looked through his bags and eventually told him he had two choices: go to jail, or get on a plane and go home.
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In a recent decision from the Ontario Court of Justice R. However, Justice Sheila Ray decided to throw out all drug evidence against him. Her ruling comes after a critical review of the events that took place prior to his arrest, the evidence given by the officers involved, and a close look at the right to not be subjected to an unreasonable search under the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. The lead up to the unreasonable search and seizure began with the police receiving a call regarding a car that had been driving erratically.