Harassment in politics…

Jan 26, 2018 Edmonton Journal – Emma Graney Accuser hopes Kent Hehr's resignation triggers broader talk about harassment in politics The consequences of charges of sexual harassment or assault seem to move at some considerable speed.  Within 24 … [Read more...]

The modern hellhole…

Nov. 30, 2017 Toronto Life - Raizel Robin The $1-Billion Hellhole Ever been to jail?  This place is the last jail one would ever want to go, particularly if not convicted of anything except perhaps risk adverse remand.  Robin is describing the … [Read more...]

Health care for inmates…

Mar 13, 2017 Globe and Mail – Patrick White B.C. Health Ministry to take responsibility for inmate health care There has been much frustration and considerable conclusion of the inadequacy of health care delivered to inmates by the correctional … [Read more...]

News and net…

Feb 7, 2017  ABACUS Data – Mark Blevis & David Coletto Matters of Opinion 2017: 8 Things We Learned About Politics, the News, and the Internet Given the flurries around fake news and the struggle of the print media to sustain itself … [Read more...]

Conservatives and Islamophobia…

Oct 6, 2016 Huffington Post – Althia Raj Tory MPs Oppose NDP Motion Condemning All Forms of Islamophobia The NDP’s Tom Mulcair proposed a motion in the House rejecting all sorts of Islamophobia, expecting unanimous consent but a handful of … [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...]

Aboriginal justice…

    Aug. 16, 2015 The Pearson Centre for Progressive Policy – David Daubney Truth, Reconciliation and Prisons Citing a long standing over-representation of Aboriginals in Canada’s prisons, Daubney recalls the development of criminal justice … [Read more...]