A program of the National Association for Public and Private Accountability, listing stories of issues with family and criminal court systems.
Founded to develop and increase the usefulness of Canadian law libraries, and to foster a spirit of co-operation among them.
CBA provides support to members of the legal profession. A voluntary organization representing over 35,000 lawyers across Canada.
Offers support, advice and training to Lawyer Assistance Programs serving Canada's legal professionals.
Membership organization dedicated to the improvement of the country's criminal justice system. Articles and publications, book reviews, schedule of upcoming events, and membership details are presented.
An overview of Canadian divorce laws, written in layman's terms. Topics covered include child custody, child support, spousal support, and property division.
A joint initiative of the Canadian Bar Association and the Faculty of Law of the University of Alberta to facilitate the exchange of information and experience on civil justice reform.
The objects of the Council are to promote efficiency and uniformity, and to improve the quality of judicial service in superior courts and in the Tax Court of Canada.
National advisory organization which provides an analysis of proposed and existing legislation and its impact.
Information about the association, list of events, and related links.
A non profit, non-political affiliation of peace officers employed in the handling and training of service dogs in Canada.
The Copyright Board Canada is an economic regulatory body empowered to establish the royalties to be paid for the use of copyrighted works.
Federal Government information on the Laws of Canada, programs and services.
The Federal Government's database of employment insurance jurisprudence as well as a growing number of related Provincial Court and Human Rights Tribunal decisions.
The umbrella organization of the thirteen governing bodies of the legal profession in Canada.
Government tribunal offers access to its adjudication and immigration appeal divisions. Includes a publications guide.
Federal non-profit organization that assists individuals with the removal or destruction of their Canadian criminal record.
The Federal Court of Canada's rules, decisions, appointments and other information.
Canada's national program for the integration of both official languages in the administration of justice.
Canada's highest court. The final general court of appeal, the last judicial resort for all litigants, whether individuals or governments. Jurisdiction embraces both the civil law of the province of Quebec and the common law of the other provinces and territories.
Conservative/libertarian legal fund and advocacy group.
Information on Federal Court decisions, reports and rules.
Founded in 1918 to harmonize the laws of the provinces and territories of Canada. Offers criminal and civil law information, meeting proceedings, and uniform statutes.
Annotated compendium of online sources providing access to primary documents, legal commentary and general government information about specific jurisdictions and topics.
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