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Department of Justice Canada

May 30, 2018 ...Department of Justice Canada The Department of Justice has the mandate to support the dual roles of the Minister of Justice and the Attorney General of Canada. The Department also works to ensure the federal government is supported by high-quality legal services, and the justice system is fair, relevant, accessible, and reflective of Canadian values. We

Home Page - Department of Justice Canada

Jul 5, 2018 ...Home Page - Department of Justice Tab 1 Tab 2 Tab 3 Tab 4 New legislation strengthens rules for impaired driving Strengthening and modernizing Canada's family justice system Transforming Canada's Criminal Justice System - A Report on Provincial and Territorial Stakeholder Consultations Indigenous Justice, Recognition and Reconciliation Feature 1 Child

Quarterly Financial Reports - Department of Justice Canada

Aug 29, 2017 ...Quarterly Financial Reports The quarterly financial report has financial information and a statement accompanying it. The financial information incorporates a statement of authorities and a table of departmental budgetary expenditures by standard object including information on both the quarter and fiscal year-to-date; and comparative financial information

How to Make a Complaint to the Department of Justice Canada

Aug 16, 2016 ...How to Make a Complaint to the Department of Justice Canada The Canadian Victims Bill of Rights (CVBR) defines a victim as an individual who has suffered physical or emotional harm, economic loss or property damage as a result of a crime committed in Canada. All victims may exercise their rights under the CVBR while they are in Canada. Canadian citizens

Recognition, Reconciliation and Indigenous People’s Disproportionate Interactions with the Criminal Justice System

Sep 17, 2018 ... not widely available across the country. A 2011 Department of Justice Canada report found that Indigenous people who completed a community-based alternative to mainstream justice, such as restorative justice, were significantly less likely to re-offend than those who did not.  I am committed to expanding this resource so it can be more widely used and accepted across

Department of Justice Canada Policy on Legal Assistance

Jul 28, 2016 ...Department of Justice Canada Policy on Legal Assistance The Department of Justice Canada does not provide legal advice or interpretation from its Internet website, nor does it undertake legal research on behalf of users about how specific statutes or regulations may apply to their particular circumstances. Requests for such assistance will usually receive

Department of Justice Canada Minister's Transition Book - Department of Justice

May 1, 2016 ...Department of Justice Canada Minister's Transition Book The briefing document listed below was prepared for the Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada. Additional material will be added as it becomes available. Please note the document has been processed under the Access to Information Act and certain information has been withheld from

Mandatory Minimum Penalties (MMPs) - Research at a Glance

Jul 8, 2018 ... the Canadian population overall; and were more likely to live in three provinces rather than across the country: Ontario (40%), and Alberta or British Columbia (18% each). For further information on the findings and/or surveys mentioned in this document please contact the Department of Justice Canada Research and Statistics Division ( Footnotes

Supplementary information - 2018-19 Departmental Plan

Apr 15, 2018 ... on departmental appropriations. Supporting information on the Program Inventory Supporting information on planned expenditures, human resources, and results related to the Department of Justice Canada’s Program Inventory is available in the GC InfoBase. Supplementary information tables The following supplementary information tables are available on the Department

Department of Justice Canada - Help

Dec 23, 2013 ... and syntax, go to the Tips for Searching page. The Department of Justice Web site content is regularly archived to ensure that the remaining content is up-to-date. Archived content can be found through a search on the Library and Archives Canada site. Laws of Canada This site allows you to perform basic or advanced searches to help you find the information you seek

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