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Definition: A process, typically conducted by government bodies, which seeks the input of affected people and other interested parties so that a range of views and concerns can inform decision-making.

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If there is a topic that is of interest to you, or if you have seen a public consultation advertised, you can use the links in this webpage to find more information. You can also check the individual ministry websites for consultation information. 

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Consulting with Canadians is a website from the government of Canada that provides you with a "single-window" access to a listing of consultations from selected government departments and agencies. You can view current and past consultations by date, by department and by subject and topic. 

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The Department of Justice is committed to encouraging the participation of all Canadians and justice-sector stakeholders in the development of law, policy and programs, as well as in identifying emerging trends in law and policy. In this website section you can learn about current and upcoming consultations, past consultations and their consultation policy.

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