In Hubbard v. West Vancouver (District), 2005 BCCA 633 Hall J.A. stated at para. 14: In the Pitt Polder and Eddington cases, it was found that the public hearing process in each case was deficient because the public in those cases had not been afforded proper prior access to information that was before council and that was being considered by council in deciding whether or not to pass the bylaws in question. … [emphasis added]
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