CFCJ Report on the Cost of Justice in Canada
Everyday legal problems such as consumer disputes, debt, employment issues and relationship breakdowns are straining Canadians’ personal finances and their mental and physical health, as well as increasing social and health care costs, according to a new study by the Canadian Forum on Civil Justice (CFCJ).
Office of External Relations & Communications, "CFCJ Report on the Cost of Justice in Canada" (2016). Ovations. 142.