Psychiatric beds…

    June 5, 2014 –  Global TV News – Anna Mehler Paperny  Ottawa considers closing some prison psychiatric beds: Watchdog   Corrections Canada is cutting $300 million from its operations.  Last month the hours for nurses was … [Read more...]

What lies beneath…

 May 18, 2014  Toronto Star – Robert Cribb Canadians stunned to learn they have police records, despite never being found guilty   Canadians who had a friend investigated, who turned in a 911 call, and did other innocent things that … [Read more...]

At the Edge…

 Aug. 6, 2013  EDGE 2013: Creating Direction for Peace and Justice (St. John's, NL, August 21-23) - Dorothy Vaandering  You will have opportunity to engage with world-renowned speakers, insightful youth, and intriguing topics about the … [Read more...]

Not lower, again?

 July 26, 2013 Globe and Mail – Jill Mahoney Canada’s crime rate drops to lowest level since 1972  The crime rate and the crime severity rate both dropped again in 2012, both by 3%.  Homicides are down by 10%, critics say the crimes in the … [Read more...]