We don't wish to limit the grounds. That was not what I meant by my testimony. The reasons, even when they're given on the record, might not be publicly available for people to access. If they're not written and if they're not published on CanLII, they will not be accessible to the public unless someone takes the extra step of ordering them for themselves. My point simply was that if the reasons are on the record but they're not written, then the decision itself that's on the record, the transcript, should be made available.
On March 12th, 2020. See this statement in context.