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Retiring Court Staff Honoured by Ontario’s Chief Justices

Maurice Anderson, who was employed by the Ministry of the Attorney General at the 361 University Avenue Courthouse for 9 years until his retirement last December, received the Chief Justices’ Award recognizing his exceptional contributions to justice education in the province.

In his 9 years there, Mr. Anderson was responsible for coordinating school groups – up to 5 or 6 bus loads per day- that visited to observe the justice system in action and see a vital part of Canadian democracy up close.  All told, nearly 135,000 students passed through the doors of 361 University Avenue Courthouse and were welcomed by Maurice Anderson.

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