Four years max…

Mar 30, 2017 CBC News – Alison Crawford Federal Court orders public safety minister to make decision in immigration case - Chief justice rejects argument minister is too busy to make decisions on sensitive cases Chief Justice Paul Crampton of … [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...]

Innocence Canada…

Oct 23, 2016 Toronto Star – Wendy Gillis Innocence Canada becoming ‘shadow of its former self’ - Funding woes mean organization responsible for 21 exonerations will no longer take on new cases. Also known as the Association in Defence of the … [Read more...]

Who owns testimony?

June 19, 2016 Toronto Star – Alex Boutilier Ottawa seeks top court ruling on residential school records Who owns the testimony of those victims of the Indigenous residential schools?   The question is important for the decision of what … [Read more...]

TRC response…

May 29, 2016 Toronto Star – Robert Benzie Kathleen Wynne offers indigenous people ‘a formal apology for the abuses of the past’ This morning Wynne delivered an apology to Indigenous people and offered a response from the government of … [Read more...]

First Nations in the mix…

May 10, 2016   Globe and Mail – Gloria Galloway First Nations leaders want to rethink residential schools agreement There have been so many gaps in the compensation of the victims of the Aboriginal residential schools that the whole agreement … [Read more...]

Full Body scanners…

May 2, 2016 Ontario Government Ministry of Social and Correctional Services - Minister Yasir Naqvi Full-body Scanners to be installed in all Adult Correctional Facilities In the middle of some terrible conditions and continual disruptions, … [Read more...]

A mandatory twist …

April 19, 2016 Globe and Mail – Shannon Kari Convicted of attempted murder, Forcillo fights to serve time at home Forcillo is the Toronto policeman who shot Sammy Yatim on a streetcar.  He was found not guilty of second degree murder but guilty … [Read more...]

Real rehab…

April 5, 2016 CBS News 60 Minutes – Bill Whitaker Privacy, weekend leave, keys...This is prison? In the light of prison practices in North America, this documentary reporting on an exchange between German prison authorities and US … [Read more...]

Hard truths…

Nov. 3, 2015 Globe and Mail – Gloria Galloway Residential school documents to be publicly available for first time National Research Centre for Truth and Reconciliation is making the documents accumulated during the investigations on the … [Read more...]