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What We Heard Report: Financial Crimes and Harms Against Seniors

https://www.canada.ca/en/national-seniors-council/programs/publications-reports/2019-what-we-heard-financial-crimes-harms.html

Aug 19, 2019 ... 5.6. Education and raising awareness 5.7. Research and evaluation 6. Conclusion Annex A: Summary of federal initiatives 1. Criminal justice 2. Consumer protection initiatives 3. Fraud prevention and detection measures 4. Empowering seniors and building their skills 5. Victims support initiatives Annex B: Lists of participants 1. Background The Government

N. Y. v. Minister of Employment and Social Development

https://www1.canada.ca/en/sst/ad/adis-2018-sst-958.html

Aug 23, 2019 ... of the relevant factors, and focusing particularly on the “arguable case” factor, the Appeal Division finds it is not in the overall interests of justice for the case to proceed to appeal as it has no reasonable chance of success. Issues [6] Is the application for leave to appeal late? [7] Considering the relevant criteria, should the Appeal Division grant the Claimant

2018 Corrections and Conditional Release Statistical Overview

https://www.publicsafety.gc.ca/cnt/rsrcs/pblctns/ccrso-2018/index-en.aspx

Aug 19, 2019 ... of Canada, the Office of the Correctional Investigator and the Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics (Statistics Canada). Table of contents Preface Contributing Partners Section A. Context - Crime and the Criminal Justice System Police-reported crime rate has been decreasing since 1998 Crime rates are higher in the west and highest in the north Canada’s

North Vancouver RCMP - Auxiliary Constable Program

http://ridgemeadows.bc.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/ViewPage.action?contentId=-1&languageId=1&siteNodeId=430

Aug 20, 2019 ... in partnership with the provincial Ministry of Justice. Auxiliaries are trained and authorized to perform non-enforcement community policing and crime prevention activities such as: community/special events home and business safety checks, safety talks and activities traffic and crowd control, disaster planning and emergency preparedness assistance searches for lost

J. G. v Minister of Employment and Social Development

https://www1.canada.ca/en/sst/ad/adis-2019-sst-291.html

Aug 23, 2019 ... to justify overturning the General Division’s decision. Issues [7] According to section 58(1) of the Department of Employment and Social Development Act (DESDA), there are only three grounds of appeal to the Appeal Division: the General Division (i) failed to observe a principle of natural justice; (ii) erred in law; or (iii) based its decision on an erroneous

L. S. v. Minister of Employment and Social Development

https://www1.canada.ca/en/sst/ad/adis-2018-sst-9.html

Aug 23, 2019 ..., is there a ground on which the appeal could succeed?Footnote 2 [10] Leave to appeal is refused if the Appeal Division is satisfied that the appeal has no reasonable chance of successFootnote 3 based on a reviewable error.Footnote 4 The only reviewable errors are the following: the General Division failed to observe a principle of natural justice or otherwise acted beyond

A. Z. v. Minister of Employment and Social Development

https://www1.canada.ca/en/sst/ad/adis-2018-sst-828.html

Aug 22, 2019 ... that her sister was in a common-law relationship with J. L. but acknowledged that he had paid for her funeral expenses. After the hearing, she provided the General Division with a copy of a certificate appointing her trustee of L. D.’s estate, issued to her by the Ontario Superior Court of Justice on April 12, 2015. [7] On January 16, 2018, the General Division

B. N. v. Minister of Employment and Social Development

https://www1.canada.ca/en/sst/ad/adis-2018-sst-949.html

Aug 23, 2019 ... of natural justice by refusing to consider what he regards as the Minister’s errors: “The mere service of the decision to the [Applicant] and the confirmation of the receipt of same does not deny the [Applicant] his right to challenge the Minister on his decision….” The Applicant’s representative also asked that the General Division’s decision be overturned so

C. M. v. Minister of Employment and Social Development

https://www1.canada.ca/en/sst/ad/adis-2018-sst-816.html

Aug 22, 2019 ... consideration is that the interests of justice be served.Footnote 5 [12] I am satisfied that the Claimant had a continuing intention to pursue the appeal and a reasonable explanation for his delay in doing so. He was in regular contact with the Tribunal after the first General Division decision was made and he made inquiries about legal options to pursue his claim

F. E. v. Minister of Employment and Social Development

https://www1.canada.ca/en/sst/ad/adis-2018-sst-898.html

Aug 23, 2019 ... the appeal have a reasonable chance of success because: the General Division failed to observe a principle of natural justice by making a finding against the Claimant? the General Division made an error in law regarding the Claimant’s incapacity? or the General Division based its decision on an erroneous finding of fact regarding when the Claimant’s incapacity ended

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