The hearing into a conduct complaint against MLA Steve Norn was cut short Friday after a postive Covid-19 test in an individual associated with the Legislative Assembly.

A clerk working with R.L. Barclay, the sole adjudicator overseeing the proceedings, stopped the hearing shortly after noon Oct. 8 and said that they had been notified the individuals supporting the proceeding including a court reporter, the interpreter and technical team had to leave the legislative assembly due to its exposure control protocol.

The hearing was adjourned to 9:30 a.m. Oct. 15.

This story will be updated.

Craig Gilbert

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