|Replies to Initial Submissions|
|Other Important Documents and Links|
|Final Report and Commission Recommendations|
|Government of Canada's Response to the Quadrennial Commission's Report and Recommendations|
The first quadrennial Judicial Compensation and Benefits Commission was appointed in September 1999, pursuant to the Judges Act. Its mandate was to review and make recommendations to the Minister of Justice with regard to the compensation and benefits of federally appointed judges. The second quadrennial Commission was appointed in 2003. The third Commission was established on October 5th, 2007 to review judicial compensation and examine other outstanding issues. New Commissioners, appointed for four years, are Mrs. Sheila Block (Chair), Mr. Paul Tellier and Mr. Wayne McCutcheon.