RJ’s potential…

May 7, 2018 Policy Options – Jennifer Llewellyn Restorative justice has more to offer than just diverting people from the criminal justice system. It’s a powerful way of thinking that can reshape justice. Llewellyn is a professor and a prime … [Read more...]

Guns and violence…

March 4, 2018 Global News – Natasha Pace Domestic violence court opens in Halifax, officials anticipate 1,000 cases annually A court that deals specifically with cases of domestic violence has opened in Halifax.  The court will sit one day a … [Read more...]

Old wounds again…

Oct. 2, 2017  Ottawa Citizen – Aedan Helmer Wounds 'fresh again' in Wilno as Basil Borutski murder trial begins in Ottawa This article fascinatingly and powerfully captures the poignant complexity of the way the criminal justice process works … [Read more...]

Alt-right…

Jan 5, 2017 iPolitics – Janice Dickson Leitch campaign manager gloats about spreading false info - Kouvalis says his goal was to ‘make the left go nuts’ Nick Kouvalis laughingly conceded to sharing what he knew to be false information on the … [Read more...]

Police checks…

   Dec 4, 2014  Toronto Star – Robert Cribb Province to legislate what police can disclose about innocent Ontarians  Long a sore point, the release of information about innocent individuals who have no convictions but are found for a … [Read more...]

Victims rights still an issue…

   April 6, 2014  Globe and Mail – Sean Fine Victims rights bill doesn’t live up to its name, critics say   Critics say that the bill is bogus because it does not give victims the right to legally enforceable rights and remedies by … [Read more...]