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To The 2 Chief Justices of Alberta and Calgary Police Service

The Justice Minister of Alberta Mandate and Arbitrary Duty to the Judges Act:

Institution: Alberta Ministry of Justice and Attorney General More Details
Organization: Alberta Justice Communications
Last Revised: 2009-12-21

Justice and Attorney General - Mandate
The mission of Alberta Justice and Attorney General is to protect the rights of all individuals in Alberta and advance the interests of society by fostering: safe communities; access to justice; respect for the law; understanding of and confidence in the justice system, and the legal foundation for social cohesion and economic prosperity.
Section 63.(1) of Part II - The Judges Act; states; [The Justice Ministers of the provinces's Arbitrary Duty to Instruct the Canadian Judicial Coucil to proceed with a Judicial Inquiry]
Inquiries concerning Judges
63.(1) The Council shall, at the request of the Minister or the attorney general of a province, commence an inquiry as to whether a judge of a superior court or of the Tax Court of Canada should be removed from office for any of the reasons set out in paragraphs 65(2)(a) to (d).

Report and Recommendations
Report of Council 65.
Recommendation to Minister
65.(2) Where, in the opinion of the Council, the judge in respect of whom an inquiry or investigation has been made has become incapacitated or disabled from the due execution of the office of judge by reason of
(b) having been guilty of misconduct,
(c) having failed in the due execution of that office, or

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