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Links to the various courts in the legal system.


The court system in Canada consists of courts at both the federal and provincial level, while the Supreme Court of Canada is the final court of appeal.  Their purpose is to ensure disputes are resolved and prosecutions are conducted within the prescribed constitutional and structural framework.

Court Structure

Federal Courts

The Supreme Court of Canada handles appeal cases, and functions as the highest level of appeal in Canada.

The Federal Court of Canada hears claims relating to federal tribunals and cases against the Government of Canada.

The Tax Court of Canada oversees issues related to income tax, goods and services tax, and employment insurance. 

The Court Martial Appeal Court of Canada hears appeals of decisions from Courts Martial or military courts. 

Description of the Court System in Canada

Manitoba Provincial Courts

Provincial Caselaw