ICC…

Nov. 29, 2017 CBC News – Murray Brewster Former MP to ask International Criminal Court to investigate Canada's Afghan war conduct Former New Democrat MP Craig Scott is appealing in a 90 page brief to the International criminal court to … [Read more...]

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...]

Civil justice…

Sept 7, 2017 Globe and Mail - Allison Speigel Why you should care that our civil-justice system is broken Speigel is a commercial litigator who thinks that the current status of civil law – an international ranking of 112 out of 190 countries … [Read more...]

More secrets…

Aug 4, 2017  Globe and Mail – Anna Mehler Paperny Canada’s jailhouse secret: Legally innocent prisoners are dying In the last five years 270 people have died in provincial jails, two thirds never having been convicted of any crime: they were … [Read more...]

Secret…

Jan 17, 2017 CBC News – Dave Seglins 'Secret order' authorizing RCMP's covert Cold War wiretapping program released after 65 years - Government backtracks, shares details of Canada's first domestic surveillance operation Can’t happen in Canada … [Read more...]

An end to homelessness…

Oct 20, 2016  Canadian Observatory on Homelessness and the Canadian Alliance to End Homelessness - Stephen Gaetz, Erin Dej, Tim Richter, Melanie Redman The State of Homelessness in Canada 2016: "Can we prevent and end homelessness in … [Read more...]

Strip searches…

July 28, 2016 Toronto Star – Wendy Gillis Police watchdog to review police use of strip searches Office of the Independent Police Review Director (OIPRD) Gerry McNeilly says he has had enough.  He is using the full power of his office to … [Read more...]

Suicide contagion…

June 7, 2016 Toronto Star – Canadian Press Woodstock students stage walkout over ‘suicide contagion’ High school students in this small Ontario town close to London will walk out of classes today to protest the suicide of five students so … [Read more...]

Oversight…

April 14, 2016 Hill Times-on-line – Peter Mazereeuw Goodale keeping options open for CBSA oversight Oversight is the operative word since two detainees have died in CBSA custody within a week of each other.  (The same issue is still following … [Read more...]

Eleven one day…

April 11, 2016  Toronto Star – Johnathan Forani Attawapiskat in state of emergency following rash of suicide attempts - A state of emergency was declared following a rash of suicide attempts in Attawapiskat First Nation. “People are getting … [Read more...]