Fossils still trying…

Nov. 14, 2022  Hill Times (Canada) - Kevin Philipupillai ‘Among the worst in the world’: environmental advocates slam outsized oil and gas company influence in Canada’s COP27 delegation - The official Canadian delegation to the 27th UN … [Read more...]

Proposed Watchers…

Nov 10, 2022 CBC News – Brett Forester Chief backs call for Indigenous representation on proposed RCMP, CBSA watchdog - ‘It’s time that governments woke up and smell the coffee and begin to seriously engage Indigenous people' There is a … [Read more...]

Misguided…

Oct 14, 2022 CTV – (BC) - Lisa Steacy Denying bail to reduce B.C. crime a 'dangerous' proposition: Canadian Civil Liberties Association The bail question has been a major part of the legal system’s reform efforts for some time.  Advocates … [Read more...]

Great lives…

Aug 21, 2022 Globe and Mail – Martha Love Great Lives lived:  Activist and advocate Patricia Love never backed down from doing the right thing… Smart Justice Network offers condolences to the family on Pat Love’s death but rejoices with … [Read more...]

UN and Canadian children…

June 12, 2022 CTV News – Laura Osman, Canadian Press Urgent measures must be taken to ensure rights of Canadian children: UN committee Canada is currently undergoing a review under agreement with the United Nations on the way Canada treats its … [Read more...]

Deeper…

May 9, 2022 APTN – Tom Fennario ‘Tormented my mental state’: Métis man sues Canada over his treatment in prison This lawsuit highlights a double problem: “double dooring” and the loss of video tape around incidents in prison.  … [Read more...]

Police reform…

Mar 10, 2022 Blogger Russell Webster (UK) Strategic review of policing proposes fundamental reform - New Police Foundation report into future of policing proposes most fundamental reform for a generation This is the third of a series of reports … [Read more...]

Changes…

Mar 3, 2022 Sudbury Star – Harold Carmichael Violent criminal has history of brain injuries, Sudbury hearing told - Crown wants Jean-Claude Breton declared a dangerous offender The link offers a view of the process of declaring an offender … [Read more...]

Equal justice…

Oct 29, 2021 Globe and Mail – Willow Fiddler Former Thunder Bay police board chair files human-rights complaint against chief, other senior officials Friday past Georjann Morriseau, an Indigenous person and former chair of the police services … [Read more...]

Follow the money…

April 20, 2021 Department of Finance: Budget 2021: A Recovery Plan for Jobs, Growth, and Resilience https://www.canada.ca/en/department-finance/news/2021/04/budget-2021-a-recovery-plan-for-jobs-growth-and-resilience.html CBC News Highlights of … [Read more...]