LAW REFORM AND ITS AGENCIES
AbstractIn 1997, five years after the demise of the Law Reform Commission of Canada. the Law Commission of Canada was created with a novel statutory mandate. It was charged with adopting a multidisciplinary, long term approach focussed on social issues. The Commission has organized its research plan around four themes, each of which is a variation on the key idea of relationships: personal, social, economic and governance relationships. It has expressly set itself the task of reimagining approaches to legal issues and proposing new concepts of law that are attuned to the expectations of citizens in a diverse, bilingual, liberal democracy.
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