The Judicial Compensation and Benefits Commission was appointed in September 1999, pursuant to the Judges Act. Its mandate is to review and make recommendations to the Minister of Justice with regard to the compensation and benefits of federally appointed judges. Commissioners are Richard Drouin (Chair), Eleanore Cronk and Fred Gorbet. They are appointed for four years. The Commission will make its recommendations by May 31, 2000.


Mandate (see Department of Justice September 9, 1999 Judicial Appointment)
Press release
Notices and Important dates
Information and Submissions to the Commission
Commission Reports


The Final Report is now available
Government response


Minister of Justice Responds to the 1999 Quadrennial Commission on Judicial Compensation and Benefits
December 13, 2000 news release
Government response
Other important documents and links


Modified: 2000-04-26