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Frank Iacobucci

Frank Iacobucci served as SNC-Lavalin's legal counsel.
The Federal Court of Appeal found past consultations were largely note-taking exercises.
They remain thankful to be living in a country where their rights are safeguarded by the courts and by the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
OTTAWA — The Conservative government is rushing to introduce legislation that expands law enforcement powers in ways that
Supreme Court of Canada Justice Frank Iacobucci points out in a report that Ontario does not have a mental health system as there is no coordinated, comprehensive approach to treating mental health. Rather, there is a patchwork collection of hospitals community treatment organizations and practitioners with often inadequate funding. Toronto (and the Province) he says would benefit from a well coordinated system.
The ideas were among 84 recommendations in a sweeping review of the Toronto Police Service's guidelines and practices conducted
James Forcillo arrives at court with his wife Irina in Toronto on Tuesday. (Photo: CP) Caught on video and posted on YouTube
TORONTO - Years of complaints that First Nations people have been systematically excluded from serving on juries in Ontario