More fixing needed…

May 5, 2017  Ottawa Citizen – Anthony Doob Fixing the courts isn't up to the federal government Here’s a rather startling view of the all the recent fuss around the wide-ranging opinions on how to fix the court delays in response to the … [Read more...]

Military justice…

April 4, 2017  Ottawa Citizen – David Pugliese New book calls for reform of outdated Canadian military justice system Behind the Times is the name of new book by two well-known military commentators, retired Judge Gilles Létourneau and … [Read more...]

Extradition to China?

March 29, 2017 Globe and Mail – Nathan VanderKlippe China to Canada: Don’t follow Australia’s lead on extradition treaty Australia said “No!” and China then urged Canada not to follow the Australian lead.  The extradition question has … [Read more...]

No life for a child…

Sept 23, 2016 Toronto Star – Nicholas Keung Immigration detention 'profoundly harmful' to children: U of T study There are an average of 242 children each year locked down in immigration detention in Canada.  The children live with their mother … [Read more...]

Corrosive justice

 May 9, 2013   Toronto Star – Editorial (May 8, 2013) Ontario judge blasts Harper government’s ‘tough on crime’ agenda: Editorial Judge Melvyn Green’s article in the Criminal Lawyers Association Journal has prompted the Star to endorse … [Read more...]

Practical solutions from CCPA

     February 7, 2013 Canadian Center for Policy Alternatives - Kirsten Bernas and Blair Hamilton Creating opportunities with green jobs:  the story of BUILD and BEEP These two projects come out of Manitoba and hail the ability of social … [Read more...]