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Bogart et al, Access to Affordable and Appropriate Law Related Services in 2020, Report of a Roundtable sponsored by the Depamnent of Justice, the Law Commission of Canada, the Canadian Bar Association, the Faculty of Law, University of Windsor, January 1999.
11) The Law Commission of Canada sponsored a Symposium on the topic in 2000.
27) The Law Commission of Canada has observed that, given that childhood abuse in institutions was marked by profound powerlessness on the part of survivors, the process of redress should be empowering for them and not be paternalistic.
However, as the Law Commission of Canada has noted in its 2006 report In Search of Security: The Future of Policing in Canada, it is often difficult, as in the case of campus police, to determine whether a private security guard is acting as an agent of the state (and is therefore subject to the Charter).
The report was written for Community Foundations of Canada and the Law Commission of Canada.
These include the Court Challenges Program, the Law Commission of Canada, Status of Women Canada, Adult Learning and Literacy Programs, Youth Employment Programs, the Museum Assistance Program, First Nations Programs, and the Canadian Volunteerism Initiative.
Bogart is a law professor, has been a Virtual Scholar in Residence for the Law Commission of Canada, deals with law every day and obviously loves the law, so it is no surprise that he places a lot of faith in the abilities of the law and affords it considerable judicial deference, through his proffered solution of a more activist judiciary.
The Harper government has already cut off funding to the Court Challenges Program and the Law Commission of Canada.