Resources Center

Many resources, such as guides, ethical principles and a directory of best practices are available to help us build strong and lasting relationships between judges, the justice system and you. In this section you will be able to: understand Canada's judicial system, file a complaint form, consult recent publications

Know your judicial System

Despite its elaborate and sometimes complex structure, Canada's judicial system is composed of a strong work ethic of dedicated professionals who work tirelessly to improve it and make it more accessible.

The Canadian judicial system

Filling a complaint

If you have concerns about the conduct of a federally appointed judge, you can lodge a written complaint about the judge in question. We are committed to carefully assessing each complaint, and we can assure you that the Council will consider all aspects of your complaint: your point of view, that of the judge and the interest of the public.
To lodge a complaint