Black voices…

July 24, 2017 Toronto Star – Royson James Get ready — Toronto’s next wave of Black voices will be more urgent, strident and radical Following the publication of the Black Experience Project, chronicling Black life in the GTA, James offers … [Read more...]

Sex and drink…

April 2, 2017 Globe and Mail - Zosia Bielski 'When will feminism stop enabling stupidity?': Welcome to the feminist flame wars Here’s an unusual view sure to enable a great deal of controversy.  The thesis is in a new book called Unwanted … [Read more...]

Red zones and bail…

Mar 3, 2017 The Megaphone / Tyee (BC) – Stefanie Seccia ‘Red Zones’ Set the Marginalized Up for More Trouble, Study Finds The link offers a connection to a couple of sources where the questions around bail conditions include “red zones,” … [Read more...]

Peacemaker or warrior…

     July 12, 2015 Toronto Star – Michael Valpy Peacemaker or warrior? Canada faces identity crisis  Valpy recalls Allan Gotlieb’s discussion in the 70’s around the mythology buried in the Canadian identity.  The Danes make good … [Read more...]

After jail, then what?

    Oct. 3, 2014  iPolitics – Steve Sullivan Tough talk on crime is cheap — which is why Conservatives like it  After serving over 20 years for a violent sex crime, Raymond Lee Caissie has been arrested and charged with the murder of … [Read more...]

The Warden and the NPB

 January 17, 2013 Canada.com - Christie Blatchford Warden goes against parole board, grants temporary absence to convicted murderer The decision by a CSC warden to give a lifer a temporary absence in spite of a National Parole Board decision not … [Read more...]