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Shoplifting and other petty-crime cases are being dropped by courts
Shoplifting and other petty-crime cases are being dropped by courts

Across Canada, people accused of petty crimes like shoplifting, minor assault and fraud are walking free — because the justice system doesn't have time to deal with their cases, as it struggles to move more serious crimes through the courts.

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Date de parution : 2019-05-30
Labour union blasts CAQ government during Bill 21 hearings
Labour union blasts CAQ government during Bill 21 hearings

The CSN, which represents 300,000 workers, backtracked on its traditional position in favour of a ban on symbols for persons in authority.

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Date de parution : 2019-05-15
Federal unions approve agreement on Phoenix damages

Late last week, a subcommittee of federal public service unions and employer representatives reached a tentative agreement to provide damages to public service workers in light of the ongoing Phoenix payroll debacle. This tentative agreement was two years in the making. Today, the undersigned unions are pleased to announce they have signed on to this deal.

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Date de parution : 2019-05-08
Government of Canada and public service unions announce compensation for federal employees impacted

Canada's public servants deserve to be paid properly for their important work and the Government of Canada continues to take action on all fronts to resolve Phoenix pay issues.

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Date de parution : 2019-05-03
PSAC rejects compensation offer for Phoenix pay fiasco, other groups accept
PSAC rejects compensation offer for Phoenix pay fiasco, other groups accept

The federal government says it has reached a tentative deal with some groups on compensation for workers affected by problems with the Phoenix pay system. But the Public Service Alliance of Canada, which represents the majority of federal employees, has rejected the offer.

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Date de parution : 2019-05-03
Applying the Jordan framework: Are courts placing too much of the burden on the defence?
Applying the Jordan framework: Are courts placing too much of the burden on the defence?

In R v. Jordan, the Supreme Court put a hard cap on the duration of criminal trials — sending a thrill of panic through the justice system in the process. The ruling is roughly two and a half years old now. Time for the training wheels to come off.Now, that backlog of pre-Jordan charges has been largely cleared — the transitional period is over. But Crown and defence lawyers alike report that trial times aren’t speeding up; statistics cited in a recent Law Times article show that in the Ontario Court of Justice, average times to disposition and the number of court appearances have not diminished since Jordan. If the SCC intended the ruling as a salutary shock to the system, it didn’t work.So what happens now?​

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Date de parution : 2018-12-18

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L'Association canadienne des juristes de l'État est une association nationale qui représente les intérêts collectifs des procureurs de la Couronne et des juristes de l'État. Elle contribue au développement d'une vision commune des gouvernements et du public sur des questions impliquant les procureurs de la Couronne en tant qu’intervenants du système de justice pénale ainsi que les juristes de l'État à titre d’intervenants du système de justice civile et administrative. L'Association s'intéresse également aux questions et enjeux relatifs au travail des procureurs de la couronne ainsi que des juristes de l'État, plus spécifiquement en ce qui concerne leurs conditions d'embauche et d'emploi. L’Association préconise et encourage le développement professionnel ainsi que la formation continue des procureurs de la couronne et des juristes de l'État. L'ACJÉ est composée des représentants des associations de juristes de l'État œuvrant en droit pénal et civil des dix provinces et du gouvernement fédéral.





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