This site section dives into different facets of the Canadian Judicial System where Gender-Based Violence (GBV) manifests. The increasing recognition of the need for a justice system that can adequately provide for victims, survivors, and families of GBV, has brought on many legal changes in legislation, procedure, and practice. This section explores how GBV continues to affect the Department of Justice, the Canadian Criminal Code, and the Police, as well as how it has led to Restorative Justice approaches and expansion of legal and financial options for victims and survivors.