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Law Commission of Canada Performance Report For the period ending March 31, 2002

Minister of Justice
June 4, 2015

Source: (2002) Law Commission of Canada. Ottawa: Canadian Government Publishing — PWGSC. Downloaded 13 January 2005.

Law that is relevant and effective and provides justice for all requires the involvement of
citizens, a multidisciplinary approach to analysing problems and new concepts of law.
The Law Commission engages Canadians in critical debate about the renewal of the law.
It has developed an ambitious, multidisciplinary research plan responsive to concrete
problems in Canadian law. It has also proposed new approaches to existing concepts of
law as new socio-economic trends emerge. The Commission thus continues to fulfil the
mandate set out in the Law Commission of Canada Act. (excerpt)


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