C-12, r. 6 - Regulation of the Human Rights Tribunal

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50. The hearings of the Tribunal are public.
A judge of the Tribunal may, on his or her own initiative or on request, make an exception to this principle if, in the judge’s opinion, public order, in particular the preservation of the dignity of the persons involved, or the protection of substantial and legitimate interests requires that the hearing be held in camera, that access to a document or the disclosure or circulation of information or documents specified by the judge be prohibited or restricted, or that the anonymity of the persons involved be protected.
Decision 2015-12-17, s. 50.