Civil justice…

Sept 7, 2017 Globe and Mail - Allison Speigel Why you should care that our civil-justice system is broken Speigel is a commercial litigator who thinks that the current status of civil law – an international ranking of 112 out of 190 countries … [Read more...]

RJ is smarter…

Nov 24, 2016 Toronto Star – Editorial (Nov. 23, 2016) Smarter approach to justice could help with crisis of court delays In Nova Scotia now both adults and minors can pursue a restorative justice approach to resolving conflicts with the law or … [Read more...]

Repairing human rights…

    Oct. 23, 2015  Canadian Human Rights Commission (Government of Canada) Repair the erosion of human rights in Canada: CHRC The Chief Commissioner of the Canadian Human Rights Commission (CHRC), Marie-Claude Landry, is calling for an … [Read more...]

New cabinet & victims’ rights

  July 20, 2013 ipolitics.com  - Steve Sullivan What does the new cabinet mean for victims’ rights?   The first Federal Ombudsman for Victims of Crime and an advocate for victims for over twenty years, Sullivan offers an insightful … [Read more...]

Slain child’s mom and C-54

 June 25, 2013  CBC News (Hamilton, ON) Denise Davy Slain child's mom against tougher laws for mentally ill offenders  Sixteen years ago, Lori Triano-Antidormi’s two and a half year old toddler , Zachary,  was stabbed 12 times by a deranged … [Read more...]