The Rainbow pot…

Nov. 19, 2017 CTV News – Don Martin Retired cops chasing pot of gold at the end of legalization rainbow The provinces are beginning to roll out their individual approach to the new marketplace created by the coming legalization of marijuana.  … [Read more...]

Forthright speaking…

Mar 22, 2017 Toronto Star – Editorial (Mar 22, 2017) Let families of murdered and missing indigenous women speak The editorial is re-acting to the revelation that the data bank of MMIW for the Inquiry has a bare 92 names, well short of the … [Read more...]

Something we used to do…

Jan 8, 2016 Toronto Star – Desmond Cole Abolish solitary confinement for Ontario’s children and youth Solving problems by name changes seems a major part of the struggle to confront the harmful effects of solitary confinement in Ontario.  For … [Read more...]

Flawed bill…

Dec 15, 2016   Ottawa Citizen – Marie-Danielle Smith Newly-emboldened Senate threatens to block ‘deeply flawed’ bill to remove gender discrimination from Indian Act Bill S-3 is a senate bill and the third attempt to address the issue of … [Read more...]

Robust facts…

Nov 29, 2016  International Press Freedom Awards - Christiane Amanpour Amanpour was recently awarded the Burton Benjamin Award of the International Press Freedom “for her extraordinary and sustained achievement in the cause of press … [Read more...]

Home…

Nov 6, 2016 Wellesley Institute – Greg Suttor National Affordable Housing Strategy Submission With widespread community support, the Wellesley Institute has formulated and submitted to the federal government a strategic response to the housing … [Read more...]

Indigenous women in jail…

April 24, 2016 Vice.com – Kelly Geraldine Malone  Why Indigenous Women Are Canada’s Fastest Growing Prison Population Though first published in Feb 2016, this article may prove very helpful in understanding the enormous increase and … [Read more...]

Stiglitz on TPP…

April 3, 2016 CBC News TPP 'worst trade deal ever,' says Nobel-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz - Trans-Pacific Partnership should be revised to advance interests of citizens, not corporations, he says Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph … [Read more...]

Workable GAI…

March 31, 2016 National Newswatch – John Milloy How will we know if a guaranteed annual income works? Former Ontario cabinet minister and MPP John Milloy looks at the concept of a Guaranteed Annual Income itself and the various ways a government … [Read more...]

Protecting children…

    Dec. 7, 2015  Toronto Star - Laurie Monsebraaten Ontario children’s advocate gets right to learn of child deaths This revelation has to be the ultimate in the left hand not knowing what the right was doing.  Irwin Elman, Ontario’s … [Read more...]