Indigenous rights…

Oct. 19, 2020  CBC News – Catherine Tunney Indigenous services minister calls raid on N.S. fishing facilities an 'assault' on Mi'kmaw people - Marc Miller calls on RCMP to keep the peace as Nova Scotia fishery dispute escalates The issue is the … [Read more...]

Hurry up!

Feb 29, 2020 Toronto Star - Warren (Smokey) Thomas, Contributor and president of the Ontario Public Service Employees Union Ford hires U.S. firm to push Ontarians off welfare A hit team against the poor and vulnerable? A US company will get paid … [Read more...]

Religious guns…

Feb. 19, 2020  Washington Post (US) - Reis Thebault Too small to hire guards, too worried to go gun-free, community churches are now arming themselves The curious link between religion and politics have never been so blatantly juxtaposed as in … [Read more...]

Guns…

Feb 13, 2020 iPolitics – Tim Naumetz Trudeau statement on Canadian gun law sparks Conservative outrage in Commons Political posturing by both Liberal and Conservative governments has now taken over the issues around gun control.  Prompted by … [Read more...]

Quo vadis…

Oct 19, 2019 Global TV News – Rachel Brown Conservative platform gets a failing grade, Liberal’s barely passes on poverty and health: report The link provides a comparison between all four national political parties and their stated positions … [Read more...]

Systemic racism…

Oct 15, 2019 CBC – David Thurton Canada is 'awash in systemic racism,' says Green Leader Elizabeth May - 'It's a hard answer because it makes people uncomfortable,' May says at foreign policy platform event Following the French language debate … [Read more...]

Money in jail…

Sept 5, 2019 The Guardian (UK) – Richard Davies From pecan pralines to ‘dots’ as currency: how the prison economy works From the Guardian’s long reads, this article introduces a convicted murderer’s career as a “prison journalist,” … [Read more...]

Vanier…

May 14, 2019 A great champion for a larger humanity - Jean Vanier Toronto Star – Editorial Board (May 8, 2019) Jean Vanier challenged what it means to be … [Read more...]

Prison for punishment?

Nov.12, 2018 Global News - Amanda Connolly Terri-Lynne McClintic back in prison, Rodney Stafford says McClintic was convicted of the murder of 8 year old Victoria Stafford, sentenced to life in prison and later transferred to a healing lodge … [Read more...]

Poor justice…

Sept 9, 2018 Toronto Star - Alok Mukherjee Policing society’s poor is unjust and ineffective Mukherjee, a former chair of the Toronto Police Services Board, weighs in on the issue of pursuing poor people for fines and delinquency in paying court … [Read more...]