How have the courts interpreted a search warrant for a gym bag search?

British Columbia, Canada

The following excerpt is from R. v. Taylor, 2000 BCSC 1860 (CanLII):

In Regina v. Mellenthin, Mr. Justice Cory, at page 488, speaking for the court, said this: The police questions pertaining to the appellant's gym bag, the search of the bag, and of the appellant's vehicle were all elements of a search.

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