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By Brea Lowenberger
Access To Justice Coordinator, University of Saskatchewan, College of Law
On Tuesday, October 25th, The Honourable Mr. Justice Cromwell, recently retired Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada and Chair of the National Action Committee on Access to Justice in Civil and Family Matters, will be presenting “Movement on Access to Justice or An Access to Justice Movement? Where Access to Justice in Civil and Family Matters Goes from Here”.
And did you know that Ontario has also been celebrating Access to Justice Week? Please see The Action Group on Access to Justice (TAG) website for more information on resources and events that occurred in Ontario.
Other national and provincial initiatives follow.
Canadian Working and Action Groups on Access to Justice
In a previous post highlighted during Access to Justice Week, we shared that the Saskatchewan Access to Justice Working Group was created this year. Learn more about the access to justice related working and action groups in other provinces by following the links below.
Has your province formed a working or action group that is not listed here? Contact us!
Canadian Access to Justice Research Organizations and Initiatives
Learn more about Canadian access to justice related research initiatives by following the links below.
Have you created a research organization that is not listed here? Contact us!