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Grade 11: Law: Regulation & Dispute Resolution

All Canadians should know about the historical development and philosophical foundations of our legal system. People need to develop respect for the law, an understanding of its relevance to everyday life, and an appreciation of the benefits of a dynamic

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In Brief: Collective Bargaining

Links and resources about Collective Bargaining in Ontario created for people who are just beginning to learn about the law in depth.

How the Courts are Organized

Information about Canada's court system and how it is organized at multiple levels from the Canadian Department of Justice.

Learn about the Senate

Learn about the Senate of Canada and its role in government. Take a virtual tour. View photos. Find information about the Senators.

Young Workers Rights

Part of regulation and dispute resolution involves the role of law in the workplace. This informational website includes diagrams and information about the health and safety laws that fall under provincial and federal regulations. 

How Canadians Govern Themselves

An interactive website from the Parliament of Canada that allows students to discover how Canadians govern themselves through an interactive timeline, an inside view of Parliament, and touchpoints.

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