Canada has a stepped system of courts, beginning with Small Claims Courts where several cases involving relatively small amounts of money are heard. Traffic courts settle minor driving offences, family courts deal with divorce, custody et cetera, and provincial courts deal with minor offences. The majority of provinces have a court for more serious offences, sometimes referred to as the Court of Queen’s Bench or Supreme Court. There are also provincial appeal courts. Higher still, the Federal Court of Canada rules on issues related to federal government, and the highest court in the land is the Supreme Court of Canada.