According to this story from CTV News, Ontario Attorney General Michael Bryant says cameras and webcasts will soon be coming to certain, unspecified courtrooms in the Province:
TORONTO -- Ontario Attorney General Michael Bryant says some court proceedings will soon be webcast over the Internet and archived online for 90 days. Bryant says webcasting court cases and providing copies to the media on DVD will increase the openness of the justice system. Fees to access court files have been also reduced following recommendations from a panel and complaints from the Canadian Association of Journalists about a lack of access to court documents.
The association awarded Bryant the Code of Silence award as a representative of the "most secretive government body in Canada," and for having the highest fees in Canada for accessing court records.