It's up to a judge in Calgary to decide whether to allow the public a glimpse into the legal dispute between former Justice minister Jonathan Denis and his estranged wife Breanna Palmer.
Palmer's lawyer has argued the matter should be held in open court, even as an ongoing publication ban prohibits any media reports of the details.
The Rebel.media was denied access to court documents by a court clerk who said the file is sealed, and no one could see it.
Premier Jim Prentice asked Denis to step down as minister of Justice after learning of the court proceedings, saying it would not be appropriate for Denis to continue.
Prentice was asked why its ok for him to know what's happening and not members of the public.
He repeated the matter is before the courts, that he asked Denis to quit and says it's up to the justice system to deal with it.
Denis' legal woes are taking time away from his campaigning where he's in a dogfight to hold on to his seat in Calgary-Acadia.
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