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Canada compensating former employees for damages caused by Phoenix pay system

The Government remains determined to address the impacts that the implementation of the Phoenix pay system has had on public servants. 

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Publication date : 2019-11-30
Prosecutors question impact of UCP plan to double articling program
Prosecutors question impact of UCP plan to double articling program

A day after the province announced the doubling of its articling program for Crown prosecutors, the association overseeing them questioned the value of the plan.

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Publication date : 2019-11-26
Crown attorneys association urges province to address staffing shortage in northern courts
Crown attorneys association urges province to address staffing shortage in northern courts

Manitoba prosecutors are calling on the provincial government to do something about a "crushing workload" in northern courts, which they say is putting a strain on the province's entire criminal justice system.

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Publication date : 2019-11-26
‘Something has to give’: Alberta justice system braces for budget cuts
‘Something has to give’: Alberta justice system braces for budget cuts

Crown attorneys, clerks and others in the Alberta justice system are warning provincial budget cuts risk adding more backlogs to an already strained system.

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Publication date : 2019-11-21
Undervalued and stressed: Morale low in Manitoba’s justice department, staff survey says
Undervalued and stressed: Morale low in Manitoba’s justice department, staff survey says

'They don't feel that they're being valued at work,' MGEU president says following staff engagement survey

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Publication date : 2019-11-21
LARRY HAIVEN: Government’s offer to prosecutors amounts to wage cut
LARRY HAIVEN: Government’s offer to prosecutors amounts to wage cut

The recent Crown attorneys dispute is a conflict on several fronts. The battlefield is public opinion. It’s a war of words. 

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Publication date : 2019-11-02

About the CACC


The Canadian Association of Crown Counsel is the national Association which represents the collective interests of Crown prosecutors and Crown lawyers. It contributes to helping governments and the public understand issues involving Crown prosecutors in the criminal justice system and Crown civil lawyers in the civil justice system. It addresses issues of Crown lawyers concerning conditions of employment and working conditions and promotes and encourages the professional development of Crown Counsels. Members include representatives of Associations representing criminal and civil crown lawyers from the ten provinces and from the federal government.





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24th annual conference and general meeting of the International Association of Prosecutors
Commonwealth law conference 2019

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LANEQ Strike :

October 2016 - The Canadian Association of Crown Counsel supports Les avocats et notaires de l'État québécois (LANEQ) in their efforts with the Quebec government.

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