is not very impressive. Buried among the platitudes and propaganda there must be a kernal worth gleaning somewhere on the site.
It is anti male, ignores the reality. The "statistics" quoted are more likely to be fabricated, imagined or anecdotal. One section actually says that it is FATHERS who gain custody by intimidation who are denying access to (poor victims) mothers.
What can we expect from a government funded site? The Justice Department and the courts are dominated by anti-male propaganda. There can be no justice for men or fathers in Canada until this changes.
Nevertheless, the web site contains huge amounts of research material and gives some insight into the feminist thinking of the social planners in the Justice Department and the government on family law issues.
Use it with caution. Treat all claims and "facts" on the web site as biased and not to be accepted at face value..... but use it to organize your own cases and to know what the court is thinking
J Kirby Inwood