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Try Judging Program

The Try Judging program is an initiative of the Canadian Superior Courts Judges Association, designed to be used in Canadian high school law, civics and social studies curricula. The multi-media educational program introduces students to the role of judges in Canada’s judicial system and encourages students to explore important concepts such as the rule of law, judicial independence and judicial impartiality.

You can find all of the resources online, or contact the Courts Communications Officer for a copy of the booklet and accompanying DVD.

Public Information Committee

The committee is an independent organization of judges and court representatives from the three levels of court in Saskatchewan. It provides media and educational information on behalf of the courts. The goals of the committee include:

  • Enhancing the public’s understanding of the court system;
  • Facilitating the reporting of court events; and
  • Promoting open discussion of legal issues.

The Courts Communications Officer is the public’s liaison to the committee.

Courts Communications Officer

The Courts Communications Officer supports educational programs and coordinates public initiatives. The Communications Officer is a resource to teachers who wish to engage their students in active learning about the court system. She provides information, assists with access to the court and can arrange in-class presentations, as well as visits by judges.


Dawn Blaus
Courts Communications Officer
(306) 787-9602