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The Law of Public Inquiries in Canada
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The Law of Public Inquiries in Canada examines the legal and strategic issues related to the work of inquiry bodies in Canada, particularly Commissions of Inquiry. This book reviews, in a coherent and comprehensive manner, the various statutes at the origin of public inquiries, the body of Canadian jurisprudence applicable to commissions of inquiry, unpublished rulings of commissioners of inquiry and various reports of commissioners of inquiry.
About the Author
Mr. Ruel is a civil litigator who practices principally in the fields of public and administrative law. He has been a member of the Quebec bar since 1995 and joined the Law Society of Upper Canada in June of 2007. Mr. Ruel has acquired an intimate knowledge of the functioning of public inquiries and speaks regularly about the subject. He was Commission counsel to the Cornwall Public Inquiry and Government counsel for the proceedings of the Commission of Inquiry into the Sponsorship Program and Advertising Activities.
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