Peter Jaworski: No warrant required for bylaw officers in Ontario
from National Post
In Ontario, municipalities may pass bylaws that permit their officers to enter onto private property without notice and without warrant at all 'reasonable times'. They can do this in order to pursue an investigation stemming from a complaint, or an inspection following an order by the city. No such similar provision exists for police officers pursuing criminal investigations. In fact, courts have strongly upheld our privacy against investigations in the criminal context.
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