The first Canadian DTC commenced in Toronto in 1998.
The Federal Government currently supports Edmonton (December 2005), Winnipeg (January 2006), Ottawa (March 2006), Regina (October 2006), Toronto (1998), and Vancouver (2001).
Drug Court is sentenced by an offender agreeing to a guilty plea to the offense they committed.
As long as the offender successfully completes drug court, the offense is often removed from their record.
There are many variations to Drug Courts and more recently some have opened up to deal specifically with women drug users.
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