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  • Archive: Speeding Up Major Criminal Cases

    Ontario has introduced reforms to the criminal justice system that will move major criminal cases through the justice system faster and more effectively.

    Archived News Release | Attorney General

  • Archive: Reforming Criminal Justice For Ontarians

    The Attorney General's three-point plan to speed up major criminal cases is the second in a series of initiatives to reform justice for Ontarians. Other initiatives aimed at reforming the criminal ...

    Archived Backgrounder | Attorney General

  • Archive: Reporting C. Difficile Rates in Hospitals

    Updated Clostridium difficile-associated disease (CDAD) rates of all hospitals are being published today on the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care's public website.

    Archived Backgrounder | Health

  • Archive: Speeding Up Major Criminal Cases

    The Honourable Robert Nicholson, P.C., M.P. Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada East Memorial Building, 4th Floor 284 Wellington Street Ottawa, ON, K1A...

    Archived Backgrounder | Attorney General

  • Archive: Victim Services Awards of Distinction

    The Attorney General's Victim Services Awards of Distinction were established in 2007 to honour victims of crime, as well as victim services professionals and volunteers whose efforts have made a d...

    Archived Backgrounder | Attorney General

  • Archive: A United Front To Combat Crime

    The McGuinty government and its justice partners, including police leaders, are working to keep Ontarians safe by forming a united front to combat violence, including violence perpetrated by re...

    Archived Backgrounder | Attorney General

  • Archive: Strengthening Child And Family Protection

    Ontario plans to introduce family law reforms today that would, if passed, better protect women and children and reduce the cost and stress of family court proceedings for Ontarians.

    Archived News Release | Attorney General

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