Facilities: Buildings or services available in a certain location, for example, the courtrooms are in the courthouse facilities.
Fact Pattern: A series of facts that are presented in a story form.
Facts: Something that can be shown to be true, to exist, or to have happened. In a legal case it is based on or concerned with the evidence presented. Matters of fact are issues for a judge or a jury to decide.
Family Case Conference: A conference is meeting between the parties, in the presence of the trial judge to discuss the case before the trial begins.
Family Justice Counsellor: A person who helps the parties involved in a family dispute.
Fees: Charges collected by an institution, for example, money paid to file a claim in court.
Federal Government: The central government of Canada based in Ottawa.
Fine: A fine is a sentence, or one aspect of a sentence, involving a monetary sum to be paid to the court.