Who counts the dead?

Oct. 6, 2017 Ottawa Citizen = David Reevely Ontario's jails can't even count their dead, review finds Former federal correctional investigator Howard Sapers, now an advisor to Ontario Ministry of Correctional Services, has a new version of the old … [Read more...]

Minimums…

    Nov. 9, 2015 CTV News - Michelle Zilio Liberals will review controversial mandatory minimums: justice minister While newly appointed Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould is saying the new government will look at the mandatory minimums that … [Read more...]

Truth and consequences…

    Aug. 12, 2015  Toronto Star – Seth Klein In our politics, telling the truth gets you in trouble This theme started as an assessment by NDP candidate Linda McQuaig, a well-known author and researcher in economic policy.  The issue began … [Read more...]

Prisons and principles

     June 4, 2015  Ottawa Citizen – Mary Campbell History shows we need a good correctional investigator Campbell was part of the hiring committee for the present correctional investigator, Howard Sapers, who has been told without any … [Read more...]

Global mobility…

    May 17, 2015  Globe and Mail - François Crépeau and Idil Atak Mobility will stop the migrant tragedies, not the military The authors are experts in questions around international migration, both professors at McGill and working with the … [Read more...]

Seniors and debt…

    May 6, 2015 Canadian Press Seniors in Ontario make up 30% of bankruptcies - Retiring with debt a recipe for tight cash flow and future insolvency A report from Doug Hoyes, co-founder of bankruptcy trustee firm Hoyes, Michalos & … [Read more...]

“Good” bad news…

   Oct 17, 2014  iPolitics – Steve Sullivan Howard Sapers is good at his job. So why hasn’t he been fired?  Canada’s first federal ombudsman for victims of crime is suggesting that the more effective Howard Sapers becomes in reporting … [Read more...]