Lifeline…

Oct. 5, 2016 National Association of Parole Executives (US) -   R.E. “Bob” Brown A Beacon of Hope – Sunny Ways: Life sentenced Offenders R.E. “Bob” Brown is a retired district parole supervisor in BC and offers us a scholarly pass … [Read more...]

Home grown and C-51…

Aug 12, 2016 CBC News – Aaron Wherry What Aaron Driver means for the debate on amending Bill C-51- Case of ISIS sympathizer comes amid outstanding question of anti-terror laws Aaron Driver is the terrorist killed on Wednesday by the RCMP in … [Read more...]

New legislation…

 Oct 14, 2014  CTV News Public safety minister to introduce bill for tracking homegrown terrorists abroad While details are still scarce, Public Safety Minister Stephen Blaney has announced the government’s intent to introduce new legislation … [Read more...]

“Those scars are mine…”

   Sept. 19, 2014  Globe and Mail – Stu Jeffries as told to Dave McGinn A father of three shares his story of childhood abuse and how to begin to forgive  The author is a radio host on Boom 97.3 and puts into personal dimensions the reports … [Read more...]

Policing…

  Sept. 8, 2014  Toronto Star – Graham Slaughter Lives of Ontario LGBT cops revealed in new study   Joe Couto works for the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police as the director of government relations and communications.  The thesis for … [Read more...]

Presumption…

  Sept 7, 2014  Toronto Star – Carol Goar Presumption of innocence whittled away  Goar lines up the various authorities who have support a clean-up of the remand system as an instant cash saver, including government panels, economists, the … [Read more...]

No place at the table…

  Aug 27, 2014  CBC News Analysis Peter MacKay's justice roundtables didn't set a place for sex workers   The Justice Minister has been criss-crossing Canada to consult Canadians on justice issues.  It appears that the agenda and the list of … [Read more...]

NCR and high risk…

Nov. 25, 2013  CTV News – Canadian Press Tories re-introduce NCR legislation, which includes high-risk designation   Justice Minister Peter McKay announced the federal government will re-introduce the bill to make more difficult the release … [Read more...]