Source: (2002) The Canadian Bar Association, www.cba.org. June/July. Downloaded 27 August 2004.
Three new Aboriginal courts are finding innovative solutions for the long-standing problem of achieving justice for Aboriginal Canadiansâ€¦. In addition to Saskatchewan’s Cree Court, there is a traditional justice initiative at Tsuu T’ina Nation near Calgary, and the Gladue (Aboriginal Persons) Court in Toronto. Each court takes a unique approach, but the goal is universal – to make the judicial system more responsive to the personal and historic circumstances of aboriginal Canadians. (excerpt)
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