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of the Parliamentary Committee on Equality Rights. 1986 (J103 H7 33-1 E6 Z5
A35). Canada. Department of Justice. “Marriage and Legal Recognition of Same-
Sex Unions: A Discussion Paper.” 2002 (KE591 C2 A35). Canada. Parliament.
Canadian Intellectual Property Enforcement Guidelines Presentation before the
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Mar 17, 2009 ... The Law Reform Commission review found that persons who had been found "
not guilty by reason of insanity" could be detained for a longer period of time than
were persons found guilty (Law Reform Commission of Canada, 1976). The
Mental Disorder Project, initiated by the Department of Justice in ...
Oct 29, 2013 ... It turns out that the misconception that people surrender their right to privacy by
posting on Facebook is unfortunately still breeding to some degree within
government circles. Officials of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development
Canada (AANDC) and the Department of Justice Canada put forward that ...
An appeal filed with the Supreme Court of Canada (file 37014) is pending. ... The
Association of Justice Counsel filed a policy grievance challenging a Department
of Justice ("the employer") policy by which counsel working at the Immigration
Directorate at the Quebec Regional Office had to take turns being on standby ...
Dec 7, 2017 ... While the amount attributed by Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development
Canada (AANDC) to legal fees varies from year-to-year, depending on the ...
$32.4 million was spent on legal services provided by the Department of Justice,
for advice and support on funding agreements, as well as additions to ...
The Department of Justice Canada is responsible for the development of
programs and policies pertaining to Canada's justice system, including the role
played by human rights within that system. Most lawyers in the federal
government are employed by the Department of ...
The Department of Justice Canada was responsible for developing the 1988
Official Languages Act and retains overall responsibility for it. The Department
advises the government on legal matters relating to the status or use of official
languages and represents the government in cases involving language rights. It
also has ...
In 2014-15, there were almost 75,000 administration of justice cases in adult
criminal court, representing 23 percent of all cases. Costings prepared by the
Department of Justice Canada in 2009 estimated the total annual system costs of
these violations to be approximately $730 million. This estimate includes the
costs of ...
Jul 28, 2015 ... Mr. Yves Côté became Commissioner of Canada Elections in July 2012. Mr. Côté
began his career in 1977 when he enrolled in the Canadian Forces as a military
legal officer within the Office of the Judge Advocate General (JAG). In 1981, he
joined the Department of Justice where he held various positions ...
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