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83) The leading work on the issue remains Martin Friedland's A Place Apart: Judicial Independence and Accountability in Canada (Ottawa: Canadian Judicial Council, 1995).
As far back as 2002 the Canadian Judicial Council stated:
The Canadian Judicial Council ("CJC") and its American counterpart have--to their credit--recognized that the Internet impact disclosure and have addressed the issue in recent publications.
Each is diverse in its membership: The Canadian Judicial Council includes thirty-nine judges from trial and appeal courts in every part of the country; the Council of the Federation includes thirteen first ministers who are drawn from a variety of political parties (or, in the case of the territorial governments, who enjoy nonpartisan support); (71) and the Commons Justice Committee includes members from all the political parties in the House of Commons, in proportion to their representation in the Commons.
The Canadian Judicial Council (CJC), which is responsible for federally appointed judges, consists of the chief justices of all of the federal courts and provincial superior courts.
Members have also established links with national bodies such as the Canadian Judicial Council that are likewise grappling with drafting policies on new technologies in genomics and biotechnology.
The complaints were submitted to the Canadian Judicial Council (CJC) in response to the judge's handling of the custody case, and, claim that the judge had discriminated against the mother-a Mi'gmaq woman from Listuguj Mi'gmaq First Nation-because she is Aboriginal.
A recent study by the Canadian Judicial Council concludes that every Canadian jurisdiction is presently governed by an "Executive" model of court administration, whose distinguishing feature is its control by the executive branch of government.