This text is the first of its kind and deals with all aspects of non-public property as well as the legal aspects of welfare operations for the benefit of military personnel and their families. It includes a discussion and review of what constitutes non-public property, its administration, governance and comptrollership.
Frontline Justice sets out to examine summary justice in Canada's military and to advocate for reform. Pascal Lévesque describes the origins, purposes, and features of the summary trial system in the Canadian Armed Forces. He then analyzes the system's benefits and flaws and the challenges it faces in maintaining discipline while respecting the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Lévesque determines that troubling aspects of the system, including the fact that lower and higher ranks are dealt with and punished differently, are clear indicators of a need for change. Criticizing current legislation, the book takes into account the latest developments in military law and jurisprudence to make concrete recommendations for an alternative model of military justice.
Halsbury's Laws of Canada is a comprehensive legal encyclopedia that delivers an authoritative and reliable statement of Canadian law. This edition is specific to Mental Health are includes a a section on the military.
Making the case for both the continuation of military justice and key reforms, the author analyses the military's place in society and recognises the wider influences of justice and law upon it. Throughout the book, military justice is framed broadly to cover all relevant laws including service law, constitutional law, the law of armed conflict, international human rights law and international criminal law. This discussion is supported with analysis of a range of jurisprudence from domestic and international courts. The book considers the legal problems that arise in different military contexts, as well as positioning military justice as a balance between the rights and duties of government and those of soldiers.
Created by Annette Demers at the University of Windsor's Law Library, this search includes:
-Canadian Army Journal
-Army Lessons Learned Bulletin & Dispatches
-Canadian Forces College Papers & Review
-Canadian Military Journal
-Canadian Naval Review
-Jane's Information Group
-Canadian Army News
-Canadian Defence Academy Publications
-Chief Military Judge Documents
-Chief of Defence Staff Publications
-National Defence Key Documents
-Judge Advocate General Publications
-The Maple Leaf
-Military Police Complaints Commission Documents
-National Defence News Archives