Prospective jurors assemble in the courtroom for roll call. The presiding judge supervises the selection of the jury.
During the jury selection process, prospective jurors are selected at random and called forward. If your name is called, it does not mean that you have been selected for jury duty. The law allows both the Crown and the defence counsel the right to "challenge." If you are "challenged", do not view this as a criticism of you as a person but simply as the exercise of the counsel's rights according to the Criminal Code of Canada. Often, several juries are formed from the pool of prospective jurors present. Those not selected for the first jury may be selected for another jury (meaning, for another trial), and so on until all needed juries are chosen.