The Canadian legal system respects individual rights and makes sure that the society functions in an orderly manner. On this page, you will find links about public law, legal aid and family law. Learning more about the legal system will not only help you enjoy your rights better, it will also encourage you to become a more responsible and productive resident of Canada.
- Canada’s laws are divided into Public and Private Law.
- Help is available if you are unable to afford a lawyer.
- According to the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence, Immigrant women may be more vulnerable to domestic violence due to economic dependence, language barriers and a lack of knowledge about community resources.
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