Former reporter Callam Rodya wasn’t in court Friday morning, where it was anticipated he would enter a plea.
Instead, his lawyer, Jacob Gauthier, told the court via teleconference there is still disclosure that needs to be reviewed. He asked the matter be adjourned until Sept. 16.
Ontario Court Justice John Keast agreed, allowing the case to be adjourned.
On Sept. 14, it will be 19 months since his arrest, when he was charged with possession of child pornography, accessing child pornography, making available child pornography and one count of possession of a Schedule 1 substance (cocaine).
Rodya has been out on bail since February 2019. He is a former reporter at Sudbury.com and was a reporter with CTV in Sudbury at the time he was arrested and charged.