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Welcome to We are Justice – a publication that showcases some of the interesting and diverse work of Department of Justice employees.
Our Department has close to 5,000 employees working from coast to coast to coast.
The pride, dedication and excellence that Justice employees bring to their work is truly inspiring. We are Justice provides you with an opportunity to find out what working for Canada's Department of Justice is all about.
The Open Government Implementation Plan (OGIP) for Justice Canada describes the approach the Department will take to meet the requirements of the Directive on Open Government. This is the OGIP that was written by Justice Canada in 2015. Since this was written, we have changed some of our activities and timelines.
Research is decentralized in the Department of Canadian Heritage. This document was developed by the Policy Research Group (PRG) whose mandate is to provide coordination and support to Sectors and Branches in the area of research, and optimize the dissemination and use of data and statistics within the Department. It is important to note that this list includes planned projects for 2018-2019 and is subject to change as priorities evolve. Canadian Heritage is committed to sharing its internal research products as a commitment to open research, one of the pillars of its Open Government Strategy.
Contained within the 3rd Edition (1957) of the Atlas of Canada is a plate that shows four soil map sections of soil maps that were being prepared by the Experimental Farms Service of the Federal Department of Agriculture in cooperation with the Provincial Departments of Agriculture and the Departments of Soils at Canadian universities in the 1950s. Such maps show more detail than can be shown on a general soils regions map.
Canada's Department of Justice is a publication providing an overview of our mission, our role, who we are, what we do, how we encourage innovation and involvement and where further information can be found.
More specifically, our mission is:
support the Minister of Justice in working to ensure that Canada is a just and law-abiding society with an accessible, efficient and fair system of justice;
provide high-quality legal services and counsel to the government and to client departments and agencies; and
promote respect for rights and freedoms, the law and the Consitution.
Please note that the Departmental Plans, Reports on Plans and Priorities from 2001-2006 have been archived by the Library and Archives on their website, and are no longer updated. Departmental Plans from 2006-2012 have also been archived by the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat, and will henceforth not be updated. The Departmental Plan and Reports on Plans and priorities discuss the strategic and program based actions that show how the Department of Justice will support the Government in achieving its yearly agenda. The report describes the actual results we are
striving to achieve, describing our programs and services for Canadians, our priorities, and our progress meeting my mandate commitments and the Government’s priorities.
This document describes our department’s plan to complete activities and deliverables aligned to the requirements of the Directive on Open Government, in order to achieve full compliance by the October 2019 implementation deadline.
This document describes our department’s plan to complete activities and deliverables aligned to the requirements of the Directive on Open Government, in order to achieve full compliance by the March 2020 implementation deadline.