R v Barclay
Response or Comment
Charter, Unreasonable Search and Seizure, Arbitrary Detention or Imprisonment
The decision here that the information given to the police met the standard opf reasonable suspicion seems unassailable. With respect, however, the reasoning in this case seems to have missed the central issue, which is that the police acted outside the scope of the authority that that reasonable suspicion gave them.
Stephen Coughlan, "R v Barclay", Case Comment, (2016) 28 C.R. (7th) 295.