Court of Canada was located in various rooms
in the Parliament Buildings until 1882 when it moved to its own building at
the foot of Parliament Hill on Bank Street. It would be another 64 years until
it took possession of its current location, after World War II, in 1946.
The fossil mammal Puijila darwini is a
“missing link” in the evolution of a prehistoric land mammal into modern,
marine ones – specifically seals and their relatives. Find out more from
the Canadian Museum
The Canadian Human Rights Tribunal’s role can be
thought of as similar to that of a court and the Canadian Human Rights
Commission’s role as similar to that of the police, receiving and investigating
complaints. Find out more from the Canadian
Human Rights Tribunal.
A GIC appointment is a unique opportunity to build a better Canada. Currently, more than 2,000 Canadians are serving on over 200 Crown corporations, agencies, boards and commissions across the country. Through strong leadership, experience and expertise, they are contributing to areas as diverse as polar research, environmental protection, the arts, trade and international development.
Information on the full range of organizations and GIC positions can be accessed under Federal Organizations.