Tips Tuesday

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Research & Writing

Finding Ministerial Orders
Susannah Tredwell

Ministerial Orders refer to orders “created under the authority granted to a minister under a statute or regulation that are made by a Minister” as opposed to Orders in Council which are issued by the Governor General of Canada or the Lieutenant Governor of a province. For that reason it’s generally harder to find Ministerial Orders than Orders in Council, although this depends greatly on the province. …

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