Perverse justice…

Sept. 17, 2019 Toronto Star - Richard D. Schneider  (Excerpted from The Death of A Butterfly) I’m a judge in mental health court. It’s perverse that criminal courts are the main providers of mental health care Who better – other than … [Read more...]

Turmoil…

May 21, 2017  CBC News – Laura Lynch Agency that oversees immigration consultants appears to be in turmoil - Resignations, infighting and harsh criticism from MPs and lawyers beset the 6-year-old council The ICCRC (Immigration Consultants of … [Read more...]

Something we used to do…

Jan 8, 2016 Toronto Star – Desmond Cole Abolish solitary confinement for Ontario’s children and youth Solving problems by name changes seems a major part of the struggle to confront the harmful effects of solitary confinement in Ontario.  For … [Read more...]

Promises of repair…

Oct 28, 2016 Canadian Mental Health Association (Ontario) MCSCS announces overhaul of segregation practices Following the review of the practices around segregation in provincial jails in 2015, the Ministry of Correctional Services has announced a … [Read more...]

Adult penalties?

April 11, 2013  Ottawa Citizen – Andrew Seymour Crown wants teen pimps sentenced as adults if convicted Three teenagers, 15 and 16 year olds, are charged in pimping and using threats of violence and violence to compel other underage girls to … [Read more...]