CONSENT TO INTERCEPTION
Where a private communication is originated by more than one person or is
intended by the originator thereof to be received by more than one person,
a consent to the interception thereof by any one of those persons is
sufficient consent for the purposes of any provision of this Part.
[1993, c.40, s.2.]
Section 184 ...
Consent to interception is relevant to
which creates the offence of interception of private communications
which authorize interception of private communications
where one of the parties consents to the interception.