Body Cameras…

March 3, 2016 Independent (UK) – Paul Peachey How the police's body-worn camera technology is changing the justice system The Metropolitan Police in London, England,  have 22,000 body cameras in play – a £3.5 million investment - and are … [Read more...]

The cost of public service…

    Oct. 15, 2015  Globe and Mail – Sean Fine Canada’s senior public officials targeted by little-known corruption law A law buried in an omnibus budget bill (Bill C-31) but not yet proclaimed seeks to discover and monitor the financial … [Read more...]

The middle ground…

    Oct. 1, 2015  National Newswatch – Don Lenihan Progressive leadership for the future  The notion of wedge politics or polarization and divisiveness as a political goal has been frequently raised during this federal election.  Lenihan, … [Read more...]

Our honour…

   Nov. 12, 2014  Toronto Star – Bruce Davis Fallen soldier was the ‘bon vivant’ of Gananoque   In an article appropriate to the aftermath of much talk of our honour and Canadian values sustained by the veterans, this reflection by … [Read more...]

How many more…

 Aug 25, 2014    Globe and Mail - Kathryn Blaze Carlson How many more women will it take, asks family of slain teen Tina Fontaine   The story of yet another Aboriginal woman is traced out of a tragic personal history compounded by the … [Read more...]