The Supreme Court of Canada is the country’s highest legal authority. It is an important part of the federal government. The independence of the Supreme Court means that all judgments are fair to all Canadians. This is one of the main foundations of Canada’s democratic freedoms. The Supreme Court makes decisions concerning the whole country. These often affect all branches of Canadian law.
The Supreme Court is part of the Canada’s Governing Bodies series from Weigl Publishers. Each title features informative text, colorful photographs, charts, maps, and timelines.
Published by Weigl Publishers
Release Date: August 2014
Ages 9-12 Grades 4-6