Future Toronto "mega-courthouse" to be modern, causes concern for access to justice

Lawyer and notary public Caryma Sa'd ([S]advocacy), lawyer Eva Marszewski (CEO of Peacebuilders Canada) and Elisha Muskat (formerly of Peacebuilders Canada) discuss the controversial upcoming courthouse to be built in Toronto, that'll amalgamate the criminal courts in the city, as well as several youth courts.

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