Program administration - Court Challenges Program: CH4-179/2017E-PDF

application guidelines.

"The Department of Canadian Heritage is reinstating and modernizing the Court Challenges Program (CCP) to support Canadians in accessing the courts, in order to clarify and assert certain constitutional and quasi-constitutional official language rights and human rights in Canada. An independent organization is required to implement and manage the CCP. To be eligible to apply, the independent organization must be: incorporated; Canadian; able to demonstrate its capacity to administer the CCP, including providing services in both official languages; and able to provide basic promotional activities for the CCP. Federal, provincial/territorial and municipal governments are not eligible to apply. Application deadline: March 6, 2017"--Provided by publisher.

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Department/Agency Canadian Heritage.
Title Program administration - Court Challenges Program
Subtitle application guidelines.
Publication Type Monograph
Language [English]
Other Language Editions [French]
Format Electronic
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Note Issued also in French under title: Administration du programme - Programme de contestation judiciaire : lignes directrices sur la présentation des demandes. Cover title.
Date c2017.
Number of Pages 11 p.
ISBN 978-0-660-07404-7
Catalogue Number
  • CH4-179/2017E-PDF
Subject Terms Language minorities, Language rights, Justice system, Federal programs