Section 37.3 Canadian Evidence Act 1985 is about Protection of right to a fair trial. It is under Specified Public Interest of Part I of the act. The Evidence Act of Canada is an Act respecting witnesses and evidence.
Protection of right to a fair trial
(1) A judge presiding at a criminal trial or other criminal proceeding may make any order that he or she considers appropriate in the circumstances to protect the right of the accused to a fair trial, as long as that order complies with the terms of any order made under any of subsections 37(4.1) to (6) in relation to that trial or proceeding or any judgment made on appeal of an order made under any of those subsections.
(2) The orders that may be made under subsection (1) include, but are not limited to, the following orders:
(a) an order dismissing specified counts of the indictment or information, or permitting the indictment or information to proceed only in respect of a lesser or included offence;
(b) an order effecting a stay of the proceedings; and (c) an order finding against any party on any issue relating to information the disclosure of which is prohibited.