CJC

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CJCCanadian Jewish Congress (Congrès Juif Canadien)
CJCCanadian Journal of Chemistry (est. 1929)
CJCCanberra Japan Club (est. 1997)
CJCCanadian Journal of Communication
CJCCentral Johannesburg College (South Africa)
CJCConsole Jabber Client
CJCCriminal Justice Commission (Queensland, Australia)
CJCCanadian Judicial Council
CJCCriminal Justice Center
CJCCommission on Judicial Conduct
CJCChicago Jobs Council
CJCCommunity Justice Center (various locations)
CJCConfédération des Jeunes Chercheurs (French: Confederation of Young Researchers)
CJCCamberley Judo Club (martial arts; UK)
CJCCrime and Justice Commission (Trinidad and Tobago)
CJCCollectif Jeune Cinéma (French film association)
CJCCatholic Junior College (Singapore)
CJCCowboy Joe Club (University of Wyoming)
CJCChief Justice of Canada
CJCClinton Junior College (South Carolina)
CJCColegio Jacques Cousteau (school)
CJCCal Japan Club (University of California, Berkeley)
CJCCoalition for Jubilee Clemency
CJCCodex Juris Canonici (Latin: Codex of the Canon Law)
CJCCold Junction Compensator (used with thermocouples)
CJCContact Juggling Convention
CJCCertified Junior Culinarian (American Culinary Federation)
CJCCanadian Joint Council
CJCColchester Judo Club (martial arts; UK)
CJCCommonwealth Judo Championship (martial arts)
CJCCollege of Journalism and Communication
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The importance of the role of the Chief Justice of Canada cannot be overstated.
Kennedy said the province, by slashing the powers of Justice Antonio Lamer, the former Chief Justice of Canada who is in charge of the inquiry, has ensured the inquiry will be ineffective.
It had been a tradition for the British government to award the Chief Justice of Canada with a seat on the Privy Council, but Duff was an exception to this practice as he was the first puisne justice of the Supreme Court to be so appointed.
Consistent with the changing composition of the Canadian judiciary generally, today one-third of the Court's members, including the Chief Justice of Canada, are women, which sharply contrasts with the patriarchal climate that seemed to surround the Court's history and which surrounds the courts of many countries.
One day later, the Chief Justice of Canada's Supreme Court was reportedly barely able to contain his alarm at having to hear a case in which a child injured in the womb during a car accident sued the mother for negligence.
In Canada, we are fortunate to have the support of the Chief Justice of Canada as well as Chief Justices from courts across Canada.
Justice Beverley McLachlin, Chief Justice of Canada; Mr.
"The normal expectation through the centuries has been that pregnancy is followed by childbirth, and here was the Chief Justice of Canada making it seem that childbirth was not a necessary consequence at all." (David Dooley, Supreme Court and Morgentaler against biology, 1992, 20 pp).
LeBlanc access to justice." He further commented, "As the Chief Justice of Canada, the Honourable Beverley McLachlin, regularly reminds us, access to justice is one of the cornerstones of the rule of law, and it behooves courts, whenever possible, to do their part in fashioning means conducive to its improvement.
In 1985, shortly after he became Chief Justice of Canada, Brian Dickson was speaking to a large group of law students at the University of Alberta.
The Minister of Justice of Alberta, the Chief Justice of Canada, and the Law Society of Alberta have, on numerous occasions, called upon governments, courts, and institutions to enhance access to justice for those citizens who cannot afford legal services.
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