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Building safe and resilient communities with restorative justice

To the teenagers who did it, it seemed like a harmless prank: lighting some firecrackers and placing them in the mailbox of a randomly-chosen house, ringing the doorbell, then running and hiding across the way to watch what happened next. … Continue reading

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Helping parents and children through the separation process

Going through a break-up? Some things to consider. Justice and Solicitor General’s family justice services team offers some great initiatives to help parents solve family law issues. This is the first blog post in a new series to inform Albertans about … Continue reading

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Support for Alberta restorative justice organizations

Helping victims of crime by directly holding offenders to account Victims of crime in Alberta will continue to have the option of restorative justice services to help them recover. Restorative justice gives victims of crime the chance to meet with offenders … Continue reading

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Awards for going the extra mile in style

Alberta’s 2014 Community Justice Awards Across the province, there are thousands of dedicated community workers, volunteers and justice professionals who work tirelessly to help ensure Albertans can continue to live in safe and fair neighbourhoods. Today, we celebrated some of … Continue reading

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Supporting those who need it most

Government funding assists child advocacy centres Alberta’s child advocacy centres (CACs) are dedicated to making a difference in the lives of young victims of crime. They provide vital services that help children heal. That is why the Government of Alberta … Continue reading

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