Charities and human rights…

Jan 17, 2018 Policy Options – Brian Bird With the change to Canada Summer Jobs, Trudeau is weaponizing the Charter, forgetting that it is meant to be a shield against the abuse of state power. The Trudeau government in December announced the … [Read more...]

Hope in justice…

   Nov. 2, 2014  Cape Breton Post - Staff Cape Breton lawyers express caution about effect of consecutive sentences  Allan Nicholson, of Nova Scotia Legal Aid, and private practice lawyer Tony Mozvik both expected the 75 year sentence for … [Read more...]

Elephants and incomes…

   Nov. 1, 2014  Caledon Institute of Social Policy -  Ken Battle and Sherri Torjman The Elephant not in the Room   The federal government’s decision to do a revised version of income splitting for tax purposes needs to be viewed with … [Read more...]

Two moms…

 Nov. 15, 2013 Ottawa Citizen – Kelly Egan Two mothers on opposite sides of a murder discover the power of forgiveness  Dona Cadman and Supriya Deas had a remarkable story that started with a mugging gone wrong.  Cadman says that grief and … [Read more...]