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Saskatchewan Justice
  • December
December 18 2012 Queen's Counsel Appointments
December 17 Government Seeks Clarification on French Language Education
December 14 New Judge Appointed in Regina
December 10 Province Supports Leading Edge Crime Reduction Initiative
December 6 Government of Saskatchewan Marks National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women
  • November
November 30 Inquest into the Death of Harry Haineault
November 28 Clamping Down on Unlicensed Motor Vehicle Dealers
November 13 New Rental Legislation Means Changes For Seniors, Landlords and Fixed-Term Tenancies
  • October
October 29 Federal/Provincial/Territorial Ministers to Meet in Regina to Discuss Key Justice and Public Safety Issues Facing Canadians
October 26 New Judge Appointed in Meadow Lake
  • August
August 27 Temporary Cease Trade Order Issued Against Hong Kong Based Companies
August 2 New Legislation Will Enhance Services Available to Saskatchewan Residents
  • July
July 24 Inquest into the Death of Corey John Cross
  • May
May 22 Government Proclaims Money Judgment Enforcement Legislation
May 15 Weyburn Court House Renovation Complete and Court House to Resume
May 11 Increased Funding for Community Justice and Aboriginal Courtworker Programs
May 11 Government Supports Anti-bullying Program in Saskatoon High Schools

May 8

$1.9 Million to Reduce Serious Violent Crime in Saskatchewan

May 4

New Provincial Court Judge for Yorkton

  • April

April 25

Inquest Into the Death of Travis Arthur Paranteau

April 23

Victims of Crime Awareness Week

  • March
March 26 Increased Funding for Interpersonal Violence and Abuse Programs
March 23 Chief Coroner's Office Confirms Landfill Fatality
March 22 Province Announces Major Expansion of Victims Services
March 12 Adjournment of Inquest Respecting the Death of Harry Hainault
March 7 Chief Coroner Confirms Tainted Ecstasy Played a Role in Moose Jaw Death
March 4                  New Provincial Court Judge for Melfort

 

  • February

February 23

Cease Trade Order Issued

February 22

Government of Canada Provides $1.8 million for Victims of Crime in Saskatchewan

February 14

Membership Forgery Case Ends With Guilty Plea

  • January
January 20 Government Accepts Provincial Court Commission's Recommendations 

 



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