The Guardian (Charlottetown) - - CANADA -

More than 200 crim­i­nal cases have been tossed out due to un­rea­son­able de­lays after the Supreme Court of Canada’s land­mark Jor­dan de­ci­sion. Here’s a look at how many cases have been stayed in each prov­ince, ter­ri­tory and by the fed­eral govern­ment:

Bri­tish Columbia: Eight as of June 15.

Al­berta: Seven as of June 29.

Saskatchewan: Four as of June 1.

Man­i­toba: Two as of June 9.

On­tario: 76 as of April 30.

Que­bec: 61 as of June 20.

New Brunswick: Two as of June 29.

Nova Sco­tia: Two as of June 29.

Prince Ed­ward Is­land: Zero as of June 21.

New­found­land and Labrador: Four as of June 29.

Yukon: Zero as of June 23.

North­west Ter­ri­to­ries: Zero as of June 23.

Nu­navut: One as of June 1.

Pub­lic Prose­cu­tion Ser­vice of Canada: 37 as of June 30. (Source: Pro­vin­cial, ter­ri­to­rial and fed­eral gov­ern­ments)

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