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December 16, 2004

Legislation to Harmonize Federal Legislation with Civil Law Receives Royal Assent


December 15, 2004

Supreme Court Decision on Civil Marriage and the Legal Recognition of Same-Sex Unions


Decision of the Supreme Court of Canada on the Marriage Reference


Minister of Justice to Visit the Middle East


December 14, 2004

Government of Canada Welcomes Parliamentary Review of Anti-Terrorism Act

Backgrounder: Parliamentary Review of the Anti-Terrorism Act


December 10, 2004

Manitoba Judicial Appointment


Quebec Judicial Appointments


December 9, 2004

Civil Marriage and the Legal Recognition of Same-sex Unions


December 6, 2004

Statement from the Minister of Justice Irwin Cotler Upon the 15th Anniversary of the Tragic Events at Montreal's École Polytechnique


December 3, 2004

Government Of Canada Renews Commitment To Fund New Drug Treatment Courts


December 2, 2004

New Offences Targeting Terrorist Hoaxes Come Into Effect


November 30, 2004

The Government of Canada Responds to the Second Judicial Compensation and Benefits Commission Report

Backgrounder: Judicial Compensation and Benefits Process


Government Response to the 2003 Judicial Compensation and Benefits Commission


November 26, 2004

British Columbia Judicial Appointments Announced


November 22, 2004

Minister Of Justice Appoints Part-Time Commissioner Of The Law Commission Of Canada


Second National Study Shows Fewer Aboriginal Youth In Custody

Backgrounder:

One-Day snapshot of Aboriginal Youth in Custody Across Canada: Phase II


November 19, 2004

Ontario Judicial Appointments


Federal Judicial Appointment


November 17, 2004

Address by Irwin Cotler, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, Main Estimates


November 16, 2004

Minister Cotler Seeks to Improve Disclosure in Criminal Justice System

Backgrounder:

Disclosure Reform Consultation Paper


Statement by Minister of Justice on Restorative Justice Week 2004


November 5, 2004

Final Report of the Conference "Access to Justice in both Official Languages : English and French before Federal Courts"

Considering how it is eager to further the progress of access to justice in both official languages before federal courts, the Department of Justice organised in April 2003 a conference in partnership with the Commissioner of Official Languages and the Canadian Centre for Management and Development, inviting representatives of federal courts to question the status of the use of English and French in their respective proceedings. The Final Report is now available on the Web Site of the Canada School of Public Service.


November 1, 2004

New Measures to Strengthen Enforcement of Drug-Impaired Driving

Backgrounder:

Strengthening Drug-Impaired Driving Investigations


Government of Canada Introduces Cannabis Reform Legislation

Backgrounder:

Cannabis Reform Bill


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Featured Government of Canada Sites

International Volunteer Day International Volunteer Day
December 5th, International Volunteer Day, is officially recognized by the United Nations as a day to celebrate the contributions of volunteers around the world, and encourage others to get involved.
Cross-Cultural Roundtable on Security Cross-Cultural Roundtable on Security
The Government needs the help and support of Canadians to make its approach to security effective.
The Evolution of Human Rights in 20th Century Canada Human Rights in Canada: A Historical Perspective
The Canadian Human Rights Commission Web site on the evolution of human rights in 20th Century Canada.

 

 

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