Supreme Court of Canada rules voyeurism offence does not have implicit temporal use component

By Cristin Schmitz (March 10, 2023, 2:41 PM EST) -- The Supreme Court of Canada has 6-0 restored a B.C. hockey coach’s voyeurism convictions for secretly taking 38 photos of two adolescent boys in their underwear in a hockey arena dressing room, ruling that there is no implicit temporal element in s.162(1)(a) of Criminal Code that requires the Crown to prove that nudity could reasonably be expected there when the accused took the photos....
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