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2016 Annual Report On The RCMP's Use Of The Law Enforcement ...

https://www.publicsafety.gc.ca/cnt/rsrcs/pblctns/nnl-rprt-lw-nfrcmnt-2016/index-en.aspx

2016 Annual Report On The RCMP's Use Of The Law Enforcement Justification
Provisions. 1. Introduction. Sections 25.1-25.4 of the Criminal Code provide a
limited justification at law for acts and omissions that would otherwise be offences
when committed by specially designated law enforcement officers (and those
acting ...

Fact Sheet – HIV Non-Disclosure and the Criminal Law - Canada.ca

https://www.canada.ca/en/department-justice/news/2017/12/fact_sheet_hiv_non-disclosureandthecriminallaw.html

The criminal law does not require disclosure of HIV in every case. In 2012, the
Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) held that the criminal law imposes a duty on a
person to disclose HIV positive status before sexual activity that poses a “realistic
possibility of transmission” so that the HIV negative sexual partner has the ...

Where our legal system comes from - About Canada's System of ...

http://www.justice.gc.ca/eng/csj-sjc/just/03.html

The common-law tradition. The common law is law that is not written down as
legislation. Common law evolved into a system of rules based on precedent. This
is a rule that guides judges in making later decisions in similar cases. The
common law cannot be found in any code or body of legislation, but only in past
decisions ...

Government of Canada introduces legislation to strengthen human ...

https://www.canada.ca/en/department-justice/news/2017/02/government_of_canadaintroduceslegislationtostrengthenhumantraffi.html

Strengthening Canada's criminal law response to human trafficking. February 9,
2017 - Ottawa, ON - Department of Justice Canada. The Government is
committed to strengthening its efforts to combat human trafficking and better
protect its victims, who are often among society's most vulnerable. Human
trafficking is a very ...

Understanding Labour Law Reform in Alberta: 1986-1988

https://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/obj/s4/f2/dsk3/ftp04/nq23060.pdf

question 1 have selected the legal review of Alberta labour legislation ... labour
law suitute. To undentand why a legal text is written one way and not another 1
consider the issue of legal meaning. To be able to issue demands for change,
consthencies ...... The L W was identified as a key factor in the m o i 1
surrounding.

Delivering information on Canada's Legal System on Prince Edward ...

https://www.canada.ca/en/department-justice/news/2017/10/delivering_informationoncanadaslegalsystemonprinceedwardisland.html

The Government of Canada is committed to working with its provincial and
territorial partners to reform the criminal justice system, striving to make it as fair,
effective and efficient as possible. Knowledge of Canada's legal system is
paramount for a fair system.

Advisory Circular (AC) No. 600-004 - Transport Canada

https://www.tc.gc.ca/eng/civilaviation/opssvs/ac-600-004-2136.html

The exemptions can be found on the Transport Canada UAV Webpage. The
aviation laws that govern the use of UAV systems in Canadian airspace are the:
Aeronautics Act; and; Canadian Aviation Regulations. In addition, it is your
responsibility to know the other Canadian laws that apply to your operation such
as the:.

Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999 Federal ...

http://www.ec.gc.ca/ese-ees/38E6993C-76AA-4486-BAEB-D3828B430A6E/PFOS_En.pdf

1C = Primary consumer, 2C = Secondary consumer, 3C = Tertiary consumer; FL
= Freshwater life; LW = Livestock watering;. OM-E = Off-site migration-
environmental. 1 Coarse-grained soil is soil which contains more than 50% by
mass particles larger than 75 μm mean diameter (D50 > 75 μm). 2 Fine-grained
soils are soils ...

Tribunal and court decisions - Canada.ca

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These decisions were chosen to represent the various legal issues addressed by
the Tribunal.

North West Mounted Police (NWMP) - Personnel Records, 1873 ...

https://www.bac-lac.gc.ca/eng/discover/nwmp-personnel-records/Pages/north-west-mounted-police.aspx

The North West Mounted Police was established in 1873 to bring Canadian
authority to the North West Territories (present-day Alberta and Saskatchewan).
Its jurisdiction grew to include the Yukon in 1895, the Arctic Coast in 1903 and
northern Manitoba in 1912. The general duties of the Force were to: establish law
and ...

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