Government of Canada announces appointment to the Specific Claims Tribunal
The Specific Claims Tribunal is an independent adjudicative body established as part of the federal government’s Justice at Last policy. This joint initiative with the Assembly of First Nations aimed to accelerate the resolution of specific claims in order to provide justice for First Nations claimants and certainty for government, industry, and all Canadians. The Tribunal is composed of up to 6 full-time federal judges appointed from provincial Superior Courts across the country.
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Office of the Minister of Justice
Department of Justice Canada
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