Who picks Alberta's provincial court judges?

Some in the Alberta legal community say the process for appointing court judges favours those with ties to the Conservative party. Click the images below to learn more about the judicial committee members who make the decisions — including the amount each has donated to political organizations since 2004.

Posted: July 25, 2013

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Alberta Judicial Council

Provincial Court Nominating Committee

(2 positions currently vacant)

Political Appointments?

Click the images above to learn more about each appointee or committee member — including the Alberta political donations each one has made since 2004.

  • — appointed
  • — unappointed

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