Program Evaluation

Our Mandate

Program Evaluation in the Department of Justice has two primary roles: carrying out objective, credible and useful evaluation (both formative and summative) of the Department's policies, programs, operations and services; and providing advice and assistance to managers on results based management including ongoing measurement and reporting on results achieved.

Preparation and publishing of Program Evaluation reports is consistent with the Treasury Board Policy on Results which encourages government organisations to make reports accessible to the public with minimal formality.

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2019-2024 Departmental Evaluation Plan

Year Engagements

Evaluation of Litigation Services
Evaluation of Investigative Powers for the 21st Century (IP21C)

Evaluation of Immigration and Refugee Protection Act – Division 9Footnote *


Evaluation of Centres of Expertise
Evaluation of the Federal Victims Strategy
Evaluation of the Youth Justice Initiative
Evaluation of the Contraventions Act Program


Evaluation of the Drug Treatment Court Funding Program
Evaluation of the Indigenous Justice Program
Evaluation of the Access to Justice in Both Official Languages
Evaluation of the Legal Aid Program

Evaluation of the Canadian Drugs and Substances StrategyFootnote *
Evaluation of the Plan for Official LanguagesFootnote *


Evaluation of Legislative Services
Evaluation of Federal Support for Family Justice
Evaluation of the Indigenous Courtwork Program

Evaluation of the Cyber Security StrategyFootnote *
Evaluation of the In Canada Asylum Systems ReformFootnote *


Evaluation of Advisory Services – Client Focused (TBD)
Evaluation of Legal Support to Address Sexual Harassment in the Workplace
Evaluation of Justice Partnership and Innovation Program

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