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News Release - LAW COMMISSION OF CANADA RESPONDS TO THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENTíS DECISION TO ELIMINATE FUNDING

Presentation - Hearing of the Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights, November 1, 2006 - Study Of The Effects Of The Abolition Of The Law Commission Of Canada

Discussion Paper - Justice Within: Indigenous Legal Traditions

Reseach Paper - Indigenous Legal Traditions in Canada

Research Paper - Global Reach, Local Grasp: Constructing Extraterritorial Jurisdiction In The Age Of Globalization





The law affects every member of our society, so we all have an interest in ensuring that it is relevant, responsive, effective, accessible and just.  Your participation in the Law Commissionís work, and in the ongoing renewal of our legal system, is essential.  Get involved and make a difference!


The Law Commission of Canada is an independent federal law reform agency that advises Parliament on how to improve and modernize Canadaís laws.

The Commission's work is structured around the following four complementary themes:

In addition to the four thematic areas that form the Commission's strategic agenda, work has begun on a question that relates to all four:

The Minister of Justice may also refer questions to the Commission:

We want to engage all Canadians in the renewal of the law, and your opinions on our studies, reports and research programmes are important to us.  Please participate in the Commission's work.  We invite you to:


DID YOU KNOW?

The Law Commission of Canada recommends that Canada adopt a mixed member proportional electoral system.

Please let us know what you think! Email us at info@lcc.gc.ca

To learn more, please read our Final Report - Voting Counts: Electoral Reform for Canada

 
 
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