Would it not appear on the "completed" list, though?The "draft" states that he is making the application without notice, so it's unlikely to show up on the daily court lists. My guess, he's trying to squeeze in an ex-parte TRO against Donald, which most judges would immediately throw out.
So, you might have to actually call the registry to verify if any such motion was actually brought, because it won't be on the lists if it's not scheduled. As it's made without notice, he's not giving notice to even the registry.
(apologies if this is redundant)
On the "Restraining Order" front - I'm marginally familiar with this as I've had family go through the process. We don't call them "restraining orders" but rather "protection orders". There's two types of "retraining orders" in BC: a "Family Law Protection Order" and a "Peace Bond".
The FLPO doesn't apply in this case, which moves us right along to the peace bond. Your first stop is via the police. File a report, the police will investigate, forward information and a recommendation to the crown, who in turn may proceed with a criminal hearing to grant a peace bond. There is an alternative method (that one must be exhausted first) through some form of private prosecution. I know nothing of "laying an information" save for the information obtained via https://www.courthouselibrary.ca/how-we-can-help/our-legal-knowledge-base/private-prosecution-laying-information-bc
The thing that Yaniv posted is based upon https://www.supremecourtbc.ca/sites/default/files/web/forms/Form-35.pdf - it's a generic framing of a judicial order that both parties agree upon and the justice signs off on. What Yaniv has put forth is not what would I believe would constitute an application for a peace bond. It also does not appear to be any form of a "private prosecution".
I call shenanigans of the cartroonish variety.