6 years…

Sept 20, 2017 Toronto Star – Wendy Gillis Police tribunal puts spotlight on Black teen’s interaction with officer in cruiser Justice, even inquiry, seems to come slowly for some.  This case dates from November 2011 in which a group of four … [Read more...]

Driving grass…

Sept 19, 2017 Globe and Mail – Canadian Press Ontario plans tougher penalties for drug-impaired drivers The feds have already announced the intent to reduce the Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) from the current .08 to .05, making the .05 a criminal … [Read more...]

Incivility…

Nov. 17, 2016  Magna Carta Training and e-Learning – David J.D. Sims The Price of Incivility Sims is a lawyer in Whitby, ON, who works with a police training company.  He recounts a number of instances in which the lack of civility by police … [Read more...]

Real rehab…

April 5, 2016 CBS News 60 Minutes – Bill Whitaker Privacy, weekend leave, keys...This is prison? In the light of prison practices in North America, this documentary reporting on an exchange between German prison authorities and US … [Read more...]

Gaping chasm…

Nov 4, 2014  Ricochet - Clay Nikiforuk Zehaf-Bibeau didn’t fall through the cracks, he fell through a gaping chasm - There is hope for mental illness in Canada, but the system is broken  We have had instant labelling of Michel Zehaf-Bibeau as … [Read more...]