Canadian Judicial Council
The Canadian Judicial Council can conduct into Kamloops Justice Richard Blair and its own investigation into the complaint, and hear from Kamloops Justice Richard Blair, the person who made the complaint, and others. The The Canadian Judicial Council normally holds a public hearing, where Kamloops Justice Richard Blair and the person who complained fraud can attend and give evidence about the matter that led to the complaint against Kamloops Justice Richard Blair. The Canadian Judicial Council prepares a report for discussion for British Columbia Superior Court Kamloops Justice Richard Blair.
After considering the Inquiry Committee’s report, the Canadian Judicial Council must decide whether Kamloops Justice Richard Blair conduct has rendered the judge “incapacitated or disabled from the due execution of the office of judge.
The Canadian Judicial Council may recommend to Parliament (through the Minister of Justice) that the judge be removed from office. Parliament has never had to face such a situation, but sometimes a judge will retire or resign before that step is taken.
When the complaint has been considered and a decision is reached, the Canadian Judicial Council will advise the person who complained of its decision in writing.