Delay…

June 17, 2022 CBC News (NB) – Bobbi-Jean MacKinnon Civil, family trials to be adjourned because of 'unprecedented' number of jury trials - Court of Queen's Bench of New Brunswick also plans to suspend small claims appeals for 2022, memos … [Read more...]

Back to Parliament…

Nov 23, 2020   Policy Options – Adeline Iftene Abusive uses of Structured Intervention Units and the Correctional Service’s conduct mean Parliament must get rid of SIUs or adopt Senate amendments. The link provides a summary of the … [Read more...]

Women offenses…

June 4, 2020 Prison Reform Trust and Blogger Russell Webster – Sarah Beresford Domestic abuse is a driver of women's offending Guest author Beresford present a view which would suggest it is time for a second look at the process of sentencing … [Read more...]

She-session…

May 12, 2020 Global News - Erica Alini Welcome to the ‘she-session.’ Why this recession is different The recession is bound to introduce significant changes to our lives and one would hope that we could choose to redress some regressive … [Read more...]

To be free…

April 15, 2019 Globe and Mail – Patrick White Supreme Court grants federal prisons reprieve on 15-day solitary-confinement cap Just a few days ago, the Ontario Court of Appeal ordered recompense for inmates in solitary and ordered a limit of 15 … [Read more...]

Lullaby for prison…

Feb 7, 2019 CBC News – Angela Antle From Carnegie Hall to Clarenville: Writing lullabies in a Newfoundland women's prison - Social Sharing Jan Buley is a professor of education at Memorial University in St. John's. Her co-organizer is her … [Read more...]

Aug 10, 2018 – Prisoner’s Justice Day (Poster from NOPE Canada: https://twitter.com/hashtag/prisonkills?src=hash ) Prisoners’ Justice Day commemorates deaths in custody and demand justice for human rights abuses behind bars History of the … [Read more...]

Big data, big brother…

Jan 3, 2018   CBC News – Brett Ruskin Canadian government to search social media using artificial intelligence to predict suicides - Feds to hire company with patented method to identify online trends and predict real-life events This latest … [Read more...]

Bail now…

Oct 31, 2017 Ministry of the Attorney General (ON) – Ontario Unveils New Bail Directive to Reduce Pre-Trial Custody -  Province Making the Criminal Justice System Faster and Fairer The Ontario government has just released a new approach to bail … [Read more...]

More prisons…

Sept 28, 2017 CBC News – Alison Crawford Border agency reports big drop in number of long-term detainees - CBSA has finalized plans to build 2 new immigration holding centres and to retrofit another The goal seems to be to have three detention … [Read more...]