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Is mediation right for my family and me?

Helping parents through the separation process This is the second in our series of blogs explaining how our family justice services team helps support parents and children in Alberta. The team offers a wide range of programs that help families … Continue reading

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Minister’s Statement on the need for more federal Legal Aid funding

Statement by Jonathan Denis, Minister of Justice and Solicitor General, on the need for increased federal funding for Legal Aid: Funding for Legal Aid is a shared responsibility that includes the federal and provincial government. The Alberta government is doing … Continue reading

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Preventing crime a city at a time

An Edmonton pilot project that reduces minor crimes is now being rolled out in Calgary. Reducing crime, and diverting justice system resources to more serious matters, is being done by helping vulnerable Albertans get their lives back on track. The … Continue reading

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Statutes Amendment Act

New Bill would keep Alberta’s legislation clear and consistent On November 7, 2013, the Government of Alberta proposed a number of minor changes to several pieces of legislation that would ensure, if passed, our legal system and laws are kept … Continue reading

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