Applicant wished to attend public Police Services Board meeting in building — Applicant refused to pass through security — Applicant denied access to building — Whether security measures infringe Charter right to freedom of expression by imposing warrantless search without reasonable and probable grounds — Whether Chief of Police, as occupier of police headquarters, has rights of occupier of private property — Whether security protocol must be authorized by statutory or regulatory provisions. — dismissed 04/02/2020 — Supreme Advocacy acted as agents for the Applicant.

Read the lower court decision by the ONCA here.