The Ontario Securities Commission is taking all necessary precautions to protect the health and safety of its employees and the public as we respond to challenges due to COVID-19. The Capital Markets Tribunal will not be holding in-person hearings until further notice. However, hearings will continue to be held by videoconference, by teleconference, or in writing.
A member of the media or public who wishes to observe a videoconference hearing may select the “Register to attend” link below on the hearing date and time indicated. A member of the media or public who wishes to hear a teleconference hearing may email their request to the Registrar at email@example.com at least two business days before the hearing, indicating their name, email address and the hearing they wish to hear. The Registrar will provide the requestor with dial-in information on how to hear the proceeding. The Tribunal may not be able to accommodate requests received less than two business days before the teleconference hearing. The hearings schedule below will be updated as more information is made available.
Hearings are currently heard before the Tribunal virtually (by teleconference or videoconference) or in writing and are open to the public unless ordered otherwise by a Panel. To register to view a videoconference hearing click on the register link located under the “more dates” section in the hearing schedule below. Questions regarding how to register for a hearing can be referred to the Registrar.
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Hearings are heard before the Tribunal in person, virtually (by teleconference or videoconference) or in writing and are open to the public unless ordered otherwise by a Panel (the adjudicator(s) presiding over the hearing).
The hearing rooms are accessible and include several assistive devices. Accessibility requests may be made by contacting the Registrar at least 30 days before the hearing at firstname.lastname@example.org so that reasonable accommodation can be arranged.
Visual or audio recording of a hearing is prohibited unless a Panel grants permission. Requests for recording must be made in writing and sent to the Registrar and all Parties at least five days before the hearing. A person who obtains permission to make a visual or audio recording will be subject to the directions of the Panel and must not engage in any behaviour that disrupts or detracts from the hearing.
The Tribunal hears different types of proceedings. Each proceeding typically includes multiple hearings.
For more information about proceedings, please refer to the Tribunal’s Rules of Procedure and Forms, Guide to Capital Markets Tribunal Proceedings, assistance for self-represented parties and other Tribunal resources. All questions concerning upcoming hearings should be directed to the Registrar at email@example.com.