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Annual reports and financial statements from the Branches, Boards and Commissions within Saskatchewan Justice.
In the Guide, Professor Cuming provides both a description and an analysis of the new structure for money judgment enforcement in Saskatchewan contained in Bill 129, The Enforcement of Money Judgments Act. The Bill involves a fundamental reformulation of an area of the law that has remained substantially unaltered for over 100 years.
The Guide addresses the conceptual underpinnings of the new system and a detailed examination of its provisions.
From the Saskatoon Provincial Court, October 20th, 2008
From the Regina Correctional Centre while making an Appearance at the Court of Queen's Bench, October 22, 2008.
Final Report of the Family and Youth Access to Justice Committee examines and makes recommendations on a wide range of issues, including the adequacy of justice information for the public, levels of justice services, the scope of court jurisdiction, child representation in child protection matters, Aboriginal inclusion and court models.
Final Report of the Northern Access to Justice Committee examines and makes recommendations on a wide range of issues, including levels of justice services, the scope of court jurisdiction, legal representation, Aboriginal inclusion, the community's role, technological issues and court models."
Final Report of the Unrepresented Litigants Access to Justice Committee examines and makes recommendations on a wide range of issues, including legal aid eligibility, court appointed counsel, duty counsel and justice system information, legal representation, role of Aboriginal courtworkers and the legal process."
Working Together for Safer Communities
The Government of Saskatchewan Guidelines for Consultation with First Nations and Métis People: A Guide for Decision Makers, originally released in June 2006, are now under review. Until such time that a new approach is approved, this document, Interim Government of Saskatchewan Guide for Consultation with First Nations and Métis People, will serve to guide government employees and decision makers.
Creating a Healthy, Just, Prosperous and Safe Saskatchewan: