(2) The definitions in this subrule apply in these Rules.
accused includes a young person as defined in subsection 2(1) of the Young Offenders Act. (accusé)
(3) If, as a result of an application to change the venue of a trial, the matter has been transferred for hearing to another Court registry, any record required by a rule to be filed with the Court shall be filed with that Court registry.
(7) If an accused is to be held in custody until trial or preliminary inquiry, as the case may be, or if a judge determines that an accused requires that a time for trial be expedited, a judge may
(1) At the initial appearance or as soon as practicable after it, the prosecutor shall provide the accused or his or her legal counsel with disclosure required by law.
(3) Nothing in this rule limits the ability
(a) of the prosecutor to provide further or better disclosure as it becomes available or as it is required by law, but such disclosure shall be made in a timely manner; or
(6) If the judge presiding at the arraignment hearing refers the matter to a trial scheduler for scheduling, the trial scheduler shall
(a) set a time for the trial or preliminary inquiry, as the case may be, or for the hearing of any applications in respect of the case, in accordance with
(1) Legal counsel shall promptly notify the Court of the following:
(b) withdrawal as legal counsel for the accused; and
(2) Legal counsel for the accused assuming conduct after the arraignment hearing shall promptly
(b) review the last time estimate provided to the Court in relation to the accused’s trial or preliminary inquiry, as the case may be.