Another death…

Nov. 22, 2019 CBC News - Ariana Kelland Inmate's death shines light on fetal alcohol disorders in justice system The problem is not only the difficulty of diagnosing fetal alcohol disorder syndrome but the fact that one must leave Newfoundland to … [Read more...]

On finding peace…

Nov. 3, 2019 Toronto Star – Kim Zarzour How a Markham sex assault survivor found justice — and peace A victim of sexual assault has become the first case to be examined by restorative justice.  Marlee Liss of Markham was assaulted three years … [Read more...]

Election questions…

Oct 10, 2019  Canada can be on the cusp of a new way of understanding what justice requires What needs to change and why? Here are examples of why changes are needed in the criminal justice system: The criminal justice system is being … [Read more...]

Patient, present and unconditional…

July 22, 2019 National Newswatch – Amy Smart, Canadian Press Canadians need to be patient, present, unconditional with reconciliation: Trudeau While the immediate prompt for this advice is the reconciliation among Indigenous people, the rancor … [Read more...]

Social media corruption begun…

July 14, 2019 CBC News - Emily Haws Ministers, MPs targeted by Facebook Messenger impersonation scam The dreaded social media deceptions have begun.  “With only a few months to go until the federal election, at least three federal cabinet … [Read more...]

Broken promise…

July 6, 2019   CBC News - Paola Loriggio Quebec man's broken promise to wear a condom was sexual assault, justice rules Superior Court Justice Nathalie Champagne has ruled that a man who promised to wear a condom for sex but did not and … [Read more...]

Holiday hunger…

May 27, 2019  Human Rights Watch (UK) Interview: Scraping Together Pennies for a Loaf of Bread – Human Rights Watch Stephanie Hancock speaks to Western Europe researcher Kartik Raj to find out. UK Welfare Policy is Pushing Families into … [Read more...]

Who will answer…

April 12, 2019 Office of the Auditor General (Report 5, Sept 15, 2017) Preparing Women Offenders for Release—Correctional Service Canada This report is somewhat dated – almost two years now, covering 2014-2017– but still very helpful in … [Read more...]

Mistakes…

Jan 21, 2019 CBC News – Robyn Urback Driver in the Humboldt crash made a mistake — a horrific one — but one any of us could have made The Humboldt hockey team loss of life and injuries impacted on families and friends but also mostly on all … [Read more...]

Learning wisdom…

Nov 8, 2018 Toronto Star - Katie Daubs In her short life, little Abby inspired countless acts of kindness. Now even strangers are mourning her death This is a story that prompts the rest of us to pause from the ugliness and bitterness of political … [Read more...]