Show up!

Aug 18, 2021 The Conversation – John D. Cameron Canadian election 2021: Risk-averse charities, civil society groups must show up Did you realize that normally, for fear of being seen as political, non-profits and charitable organizations go … [Read more...]

Indigenous hunting rights…

April 24, 2021 Supreme Court of Canada – R vs Desautel - The Supreme Court of Canada rules that non-citizens and non-residents can claim an Aboriginal right under the Constitution. In what may be recognized as a significant and precedent … [Read more...]

Not in Canada…

Jan 13, 2021 Global News – Stewart Bell Canadian Proud Boys in ‘panic’ as platforms go offline and government talks of terror listing The immediate and visceral reaction to the incitement of insurrection in the US has prompted consideration … [Read more...]

Public safety…

Dec 13, 2020 Toronto Star – Jim Rankin 8 Canadian voices on what they mean when they say: ‘Defund the police’ Defunding the police has become a controversial slogan about re-prioritizing the tasks of the police especially in mental health … [Read more...]

Pardons, again…

Aug 13, 2019 National Newswatch - Giuseppe Valiante, Canadian Press Liberals’ cannabis possession pardon legislation now in force: justice minister Federal Justice Minister David Lametti has announced that the process for getting a pardon is a … [Read more...]

Digital bail…

July 20, 2019 Toronto Star - Alyshah Hasham Soon, intelligent machines could help decide whether to keep people in jail. It’s time to prepare Justice reformers all recognize that bail is a major issue in fairness in the legal system.  It is … [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...]

Temp workers…

May 17, 2019 CBC News – Rajeshni Naidu-Ghelani Number of temp workers jumped by 50% in last 20 years, StatsCan says This report may be insightful for understanding the issues around income inequality and growing inadequacy in income generally … [Read more...]

Recompense for solitary…

April 6, 2019 Toronto Star – Editorial (April 1, 2019) Ottawa now has even more reasons to fix solitary confinement The Star comments on the latest court ruling that limits the Correctional Services to a max of 15 days.  But the Court of Appeal … [Read more...]

Reparations…

Mar 14, 2019 Manchester Guardian (US Desk, UK) – Peter C. Baker In Chicago, reparations aren’t just an idea. They’re the law This is another striking long read from the Guardian; perhaps the story is too bold to be told by the US media.  … [Read more...]