In this case, the reliability and veracity of the confidential informant was not substantiated. As indicated by Martin, J.A. in Regina v. Debot, reliability can be established either through showing that the informant has been previously reliable, or through police investigation finding independent support for the information supplied by the source. The police were unable to do either in this case.
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