Are there any cases where the police defendants have been ordered to pay costs of a self-represented plaintiff?

Ontario, Canada

The following excerpt is from Yohndo v. Ontario (A.G.) et al., 2019 ONSC 6948 (CanLII):

The police defendants rely on Roda v. Toronto Police Services Board 2016 ONSC 2642, where, in finding that costs were appropriate to award against the self-represented plaintiff, S.F. Dunphy J. held (at para. 4):

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