A publication ban prevents the reporting of evidence presented during the hearing before Justice George Gage, which is scheduled to span several days in a Brampton courtroom.
The ban remains in place until jurors begin their deliberation in the trial that isn’t expected to take place until the spring or summer.
At the time of her death, friends and classmates at Applewood Heights Secondary School revealed that when Aqsa arrived at school she would change from her traditional Islamic clothes, including the Hijab headscarf, to more westernized attire.
They said she also had often clashed with her father and had recently moved out of the devout Muslim family home.
Peel Police said at the time of the father’s arrest that he made a 911 call, admitting he had killed his daughter.