The Network proposed terms of their participation. I am mindful of the caution articulated in Halpern v. Canada (Attorney General),  O.J. No. 879 at para 2, that the court must be careful not to permit the addition of intervenors to cause prejudice or delay to the determination of the issues between the parties, and that such concerns may be heightened at the trial level.
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