Department of Justice Canada

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Noun1.Department of Justice Canada - an agency of the Canadian government that provides litigation and legal advice and opinions to the government
international law enforcement agency - an international administrative unit responsible for law enforcement
Canada - a nation in northern North America; the French were the first Europeans to settle in mainland Canada; "the border between the United States and Canada is the longest unguarded border in the world"
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Orsi, Catalogue No J2-378/2013E, (Ottawa: Department of Justice Canada,
(11) A Currie, 'Legal Aid Delivery Models In Canada: Past Experience and Future Directions' TR1999-1e (Technical Report) Department of Justice Canada <http:// coHections/couection_2012/jus/J3-7-1999-1-eng.pdf> accessed 23 June 2014.
The Department of Justice Canada has made available three-year scholarships to Metis and non-status Indian students who wish to attend law school.
Former Ontario attorney general, Ian Scott, and, more recently, Department of Justice Canada senior counsel, Debra McAllister, and law professor, Kent Roach, parallel Edwards' position.
Justice Canada evaluative criteria can be found at Canada, Department of Justice Canada, "Policy Statement and Guidelines for Public Participation (Ottawa: Department of Justice, October 20, 2005), online: Department of Justice <>.
According to the Department of Justice Canada, the age of consent refers to "the age at which the criminal law recognizes the legal capacity of a young person to consent to sexual activity" (Department of Justice Canada, 2005).
Sharon Moyer and Maryanna, Department of Justice Canada. Vivre au quotidien avec un enfant gravement malade : renseignements pratiques et ressources.
(15.) Department of Justice Canada. Consolidated statutes and regulations.
According to a 1995 Department of Justice Canada report: "The majority of hate crimes recorded by police across Canada were directed against racial minorities."
Department of Justice Canada. "Privacy Act." Available at (accessed 21 March 2002).
(19) See also Canada, Department of Justice Canada, The Changing Face of Conditional Sentencing: Symposium Proceedings (Ottawa: Department of Justice Canada, 2000).

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