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with existing provincial court judges.The federal government rejected the proposal."I think everything went sideways because of that because the unified general trial court would take a long time to bring about, if ever, and unfortunately the great idea of the unified family court died on the vine," Graham said."It my view, we've really failed people because we've been unable to make that happen," she said."I was heartbroken."Shortly after the unified family court was defeated, Graham left politics and became a provincial court judge overseeing criminal cases. The issue was dormant for many years.

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the salaries of judges on the Court of Queen's Bench. Graham said the federal government had shown, by its actions in other provinces, that it was prepared to assign federally appointed and paid judges to a unified family court operated under the Court of Queen's Bench.In all, the federal government had accepted the equivalent of the Court of Queen's Bench model in seven other Canadian provinces."That's what they were approving and funding," Graham said. "From a practical point of view . I did not believe that it would happen if we recommended it should be in provincial court, and I was right."But Ernie Walter, the highly respected chief judge of Alberta's provincial court at the time, argued the unified family court should come under the jurisdiction of the Provincial Court of Alberta, and he was "very persuasive," Graham said.At the same time, Hancock then Alberta's justice minister Converse High Tops Australia undertook a separate study to consider unifying all of the trial courts in the Provincial Court of Alberta and the Court of Queen's Bench. It was an unprecedented and incredibly ambitious political project."When our report came back, in principle, all of the recommendations were accepted completely except for the form of the court," Graham said."Dave Hancock initiated some consultations on the unified trial courts, and wanted the unified family court to be a division of that."That was such a huge, huge monumental step to take that, I think it all came to a halt even though there was an implementation committee set up for the family court."Hancock's ministry did move ahead with the plan to create a unified family court. In April 2003, he said the new court would be a division of the Court of Queen's Bench.But by the time the Alberta Court of Justice Act was tabled in December of that year, the proposed new Black Converse High Tops Australia

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Under the current family court system, parents and children are tossed between different levels of court, because provincially appointed judges in the Provincial Court of Alberta have the power to deal with child custody and parenting plans.Federally appointed judges in Alberta's Court of Queen's Bench have the power to deal with divorce and matrimonial property.An Alberta task force has called it a "confusing" and "fragmented" system that results in conflicting orders and piecemeal solutions, while a group of experts led by a Supreme Court judge said every province should consider unifying family courts in an effort to improve access to justice."It would be more efficient if we had I'm going to say this out loud and get in trouble a unified family court, so that there was one court that dealt with all of the issues with respect to child, family, divorce, and property," Hancock last week told the Edmonton Journal editorial board."It would be more effective and efficient, and it would be better justice."Asked why he would get in trouble, Hancock said: "There's a war between the provincial court and the Court of Queen's Bench, as to who gets control."Hancock should know. In 2006, when he was minister of justice, he oversaw the failure of Alberta's first attempt to unify family courts.The story begins long before that, however, with a string of government reviews that culminated in a unanimous resolution passed by the legislature on March 23, 1999, asking the province to examine the establishment of a unified family court.Alberta commissioned a task force headed by Calgary Lougheed MLA Marilyn Graham, who practised family law before running for office.Her Unified Family Court Task Force issued 17 recommendations, calling on government to "expeditiously" create the unified family court.Crucially, a majority on the task force agreed the court should be a division of the Alberta Court of Queen's Bench because only the federally appointed judges who sit on that court have the jurisdiction to rule on divorce and matrimonial property under the federal Divorce Act.The federal government also pays Converse Orange Sneakers

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