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Litigation Year in Review 2016 This Litigation Year in Review 2016 is intended to provide Canadians with some highlights of the progress we made this past year in several important areas of litigation. In reviewing and rethinking the Government’s litigation strategy over the course of 2016, I focused on three main themes: respecting the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, recognizing the rights of Indigenous peoples, and making decisions consistent with Canadian values. The important litigation positions highlighted below were taken in collaboration with the Minister with policy responsibility for the matter before the courts. Table of Contents 5-Introduction 6-7 Respecting the Charter of Rights and Freedoms 8-11 Recognizing the Rights of Indigenous Peoples 13-14 Making Decisions Consistent with Canadian Values 2018-07-04 Department of Justice Canada open_Goverment@justice.gc.ca Government and PoliticsLabourLawPersonsProcessesSociety and CultureLitigation managementYear in ReviewConstitutional LawCitizenshipRefugee and Immigration litigationOffice of Attorney GeneralDepartment of JusticeComprehensive Land Claims agreementsAboriginal RightsWorkers RightsCanadian ValuesCharter of Rights and FreedomsStrengthening Canadian Citizenship ActLitigation policyMinisterial MandatesRespectful litigationTargeted court interventionsReconciliationSettlementTransparencyCriminal Litigation Litigation Year in Review 2016PDF https://open.canada.ca/data/dataset/a4149545-b696-422d-89f6-47eb4723dbed/resource/5125ff60-0b81-4309-94aa-741c941b2e2b/download/litigation-year-in-review-2016-english.pdf Litigation Year in Review 2016PDF https://open.canada.ca/data/dataset/a4149545-b696-422d-89f6-47eb4723dbed/resource/45f4c599-e39c-40d1-90e7-f892ac7078e3/download/retrospective-annuelle-sur-les-litiges-2016-francais.pdf Litigation Year in Review 2016HTML http://www.justice.gc.ca/fra/trans/alr-lyr/index.html Litigation Year in Review 2016HTML http://www.justice.gc.ca/eng/trans/lyr-alr/index.html

Litigation Year in Review 2016

This Litigation Year in Review 2016 is intended to provide Canadians with some highlights of the progress we made this past year in several important areas of litigation. In reviewing and rethinking the Government’s litigation strategy over the course of 2016, I focused on three main themes: respecting the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, recognizing the rights of Indigenous peoples, and making decisions consistent with Canadian values. The important litigation positions highlighted below were taken in collaboration with the Minister with policy responsibility for the matter before the courts.

Table of Contents 5-Introduction 6-7 Respecting the Charter of Rights and Freedoms 8-11 Recognizing the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
13-14 Making Decisions Consistent with Canadian Values

  • Publisher - Current Organization Name: Department of Justice Canada
  • Publisher - Organization Name at Publication: Department of Justice
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