Try Judging is a multimedia educational program that will help you understand the role of judges in our justice system by placing you right in the middle of a courtroom, in the judges' shoes.
Éducaloi is a non-profit organization whose mission is to inform Quebecers of their rights and obligations by providing legal information in everyday language.
Community Justice Centers are non-profit organizations with the mission of promoting
access to justice by fostering the participation of citizens through legal
information, support and referral services provided in complement with existing
resources. The Community Justice Centers’ legal information services are free
and confidential for all citizens, regardless of their income or the legal
nature of their problem. They are located
in several regions of Québec.
Justice and the Law - provides an integrated resource of reference sources dealing with the Canadian justice system, legislation, the courts, law enforcement and other public justice institutions.
The Federal Court Internet web site contains links to other related World Wide Web Internet sites that may offer certain resources to visitors. Please be advised that the legislation and policies governing the Federal Court Internet web site, including official language requirements, may not apply to all external sites. Since the Federal Court is not responsible for the availability of these outside resources, or their contents, you should direct any concerns regarding any external link to the site administrator or webmaster of the particular site.
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