Still there…

Oct 1, 2020 National RJ Symposium: Amplify, Invite and Modify Call for presenters – Deadline Oct. 5, 2020 – Virtual Symposium Nov. 16, 17 Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/NRJS2020/ Twitter:  https://twitter.com/2020NRJS Canadian … [Read more...]

Childhood trauma…

Aug 16, 2020 Royal Gazette (Bermuda) – Victoria Greening Kindness in court: a novel approach The concern comes from the realization that childhood trauma is a major factor in children winding up in prison.  An approach called adverse childhood … [Read more...]

No killing…

July 13, 2020  Globe and Mail – Canadian Press Canada’s largest Indigenous police force has never shot anyone dead The Nishnawbe Aski Police Service is 26 years old with currently 203 officers (60% Indigenous) and policing 34,000 people over … [Read more...]

Cures…

June 19, 2020 Canadian Lawyer - Bernise Carolino Dalhousie law school houses the first international restorative justice lab - Lab aims to transform the justice system, safeguarding the health, safety and well-being of Canadians Dalhousie … [Read more...]

In Canada, eh…

June 9, 2020 Blogger Desmond Cole Remembering 27 Black, Indigenous, and racialized people killed by Canadian police Canadians have always been sheltered from the impact of police killings of Black and Indigenous people by the frequency and often … [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...]

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...]

PTSD

March 19, 2016 Ottawa Citizen – Joanne Laucius 'Where do they get help?' PTSD and stress in the police force PTSD among front line first responders are again in the news with the suicide of an Ottawa Mountie assigned to the Embassy Protection … [Read more...]