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Relocation of Children in Family Law Proceedings

  • August 13, 2015

Whereas Canadian legislation gives little guidance for parents to know when they need permission from the other parent or the court to relocate with a child, and no clear test or factors help determine if a move is likely to be permitted in the child’s best interests;

Family Law

Preventive Lawyering

  • August 13, 2015

Whereas the Canadian Bar Association’s Reaching Equal Justice report illustrates that only a multi-pronged approach to making justice a reality for everyone in Canada can address the current access to justice problem;

Health Care for Federal Offenders

  • August 13, 2015

Whereas Canada’s prison population is increasing rapidly as a result of legislative changes including mandatory minimum sentences and increased sentences;

Aboriginal Law, Criminal Justice, Health Law

Programs for Aboriginal Offenders

  • August 13, 2015

Whereas Canada’s prison population is increasing rapidly as a result of legislative changes including mandatory minimum sentences and increased sentences;

Aboriginal Law, Criminal Justice

Prisoners’ Access to Counsel

  • August 13, 2015

Whereas Canada’s prison population is increasing rapidly as a result of legislative changes including mandatory minimum sentences and increased sentences;

Aboriginal Law, Criminal Justice

Independence of the Specific Claims Tribunal

  • August 13, 2015

Whereas the Specific Claims Tribunal Act was enacted in 2008, establishing the Specific Claims Tribunal charged with addressing systemic problems in resolving First Nations' historic claims against Canada;

Aboriginal Law, Administrative Law