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Law Commission of Canada Annual Report 2001-2002.

Law Commission of Canada
June 4, 2015

Source: (2002) Ottawa: Law Commission of Canada. Downloaded 13 January 2005.

The Commission’s research plan is structured around four broad themes: personal relationships,
social relationships, economic relationships and governance relationships. These themes
intentionally extend beyond the traditional understanding of the categories of the law (e.g. family
law, criminal law and labour law) toward an examination that is without taboos or private
preserves. It is a question of reflecting in an unbiased way on the effects of the law and of
questioning the why of concepts in the law that, in many instances, appear sacrosanct. (excerpt)


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