First Nations and resources…

July 28, 2017 CBC News - John Paul Tasker Supreme Court quashes seismic testing in Nunavut, but gives green light to Enbridge pipeline - Top court delivers landmark rulings on consultation process with Indigenous Peoples over energy projects The … [Read more...]

New solitary rules…

May 24, 2017 Globe and Mail – Patrick White Canada’s prison agency closes in on new solitary confinement rules After repeated studies and recommendations, Corrections Canada appears ready to make some significant changes to the way solitary is … [Read more...]

Changes in serge…

April 20, 2017 CBC News – Alison Crawford With 10,000 members, union files to represent Mounties With better than half the current force signed up (just under 18,000 across Canada, the RCMP have submitted an application to unionize under the … [Read more...]

Hockey crime…

April 11, 2017 Globe and Mail – Roy MacGregor “The program meant everything to me” The story is about hockey, but also about crime statistics (and consultants), and raise a further question about the use of crime statistics to justify a … [Read more...]

Two way borders…

Feb 10, 2017 CTV News Muslim mom rejected at U.S. border after questions on Trump, mosque shooting Fadwa Alaoui has lived in Canada for twenty years and acquired Canadian citizenship after Moroccan birth.  She has also travelled to the US … [Read more...]

Little kids…

Sept 15, 2016 CBC News – John Paul Tasker Federal government failing to comply with ruling on First Nations child welfare: tribunal - 'What they're doing is illegal, and immoral. We're talking about little kids,' Indigenous activist … [Read more...]

First Nations in the mix…

May 10, 2016   Globe and Mail – Gloria Galloway First Nations leaders want to rethink residential schools agreement There have been so many gaps in the compensation of the victims of the Aboriginal residential schools that the whole agreement … [Read more...]

Tory legacy…

    Oct. 16, 2015 Toronto Star – Pam Palmater Tories will leave lethal legacy for First Nations - First Nations communities face a series of overlapping crises that Ottawa has ignored for too long. The article is a state of the nation report … [Read more...]

Privacy again!

  July 15, 2014 Globe and Mail -  Colin Freeze and Josh Wingrove Ottawa prepares to share personal data with foreign governments  Here is another case of a significant change buried in other legislation.  This time Bill C-24, the new … [Read more...]