Demanding more for justice…

Aug 27, 2019 Arizona Capitol Times - Laetitia Hua Arizona deserves more from its criminal justice system The author is a lawyer and candidate in the Miss Arizona contest who has experienced the European flavour of justice and draws attention to … [Read more...]

Broken promise…

July 6, 2019   CBC News - Paola Loriggio Quebec man's broken promise to wear a condom was sexual assault, justice rules Superior Court Justice Nathalie Champagne has ruled that a man who promised to wear a condom for sex but did not and … [Read more...]

Again…

July 2, 2018 Church Council on Justice and Corrections Our Home and Native Land:  Nearly half of Canada’s Incarcerated Youth are Indigenous, according to Statistics Canada The Council’s reminder puts in contrast Canada’s preferred … [Read more...]

A Better Man…

Nov. 26, 2017 Ottawa Citizen – Megan Gillis After domestic violence, is A Better Man possible? Filmmaker returns to Ottawa to find out A 79 minute documentary called A Better Man was screened in Ottawa last week as part of the Restorative … [Read more...]

Deportation failures…

Nov. 21, 2017 CBC News – Kathleen Harris 15,000 on Canada's deportation list, but some 'un-co-operative' countries won't take their citizens back - Canada Border Services Agency won't name countries, but says 'engagement strategies' are … [Read more...]

National strategy…

June 6, 2017 Globe and Mail – Patrick White Amid pressure, officials draft national solitary confinement strategy British Columbia’s prisons director, Stephanie Macpherson, has announced without further comment that the federal government and … [Read more...]

Turmoil…

May 21, 2017  CBC News – Laura Lynch Agency that oversees immigration consultants appears to be in turmoil - Resignations, infighting and harsh criticism from MPs and lawyers beset the 6-year-old council The ICCRC (Immigration Consultants of … [Read more...]

Violence against Women…

Mar 31, 2017 Government of Canada – National Committee on the Status of Women Taking Action to End Violence against Young Women and Girls in Canada Marilyn Gladu, the Chair of the National Committee on the Status of Women, has tabled this … [Read more...]

Sidewalks…

Feb 24, 2017 Homeless Hub Blogger – Ambar Aleman Why do governments criminalize the homeless? There is an element which thinks that by creating a law you solve a problem.  Sleeping on the sidewalk is one such example.  A $50 fine against a … [Read more...]

Beyond Grief…

May 13, 2016 Montreal Gazette / Ottawa Citizen – Christopher Curtis and Charlie Fidelman Beyond grief: A history of violence This article is Part two of a series that looks at events in two Indigenous communities near Sept Iles (QC) where five … [Read more...]