Back to Parliament…

Nov 23, 2020   Policy Options – Adeline Iftene Abusive uses of Structured Intervention Units and the Correctional Service’s conduct mean Parliament must get rid of SIUs or adopt Senate amendments. The link provides a summary of the … [Read more...]

What’s fair…

May 25, 2020 Toronto Star – Laurie Monsebraaten Why do provinces often confiscate federal benefits from people who clearly need them? Why does the government clawback funds desperately needed by people on the edge and often over the edge of … [Read more...]

Prison for punishment?

Nov.12, 2018 Global News - Amanda Connolly Terri-Lynne McClintic back in prison, Rodney Stafford says McClintic was convicted of the murder of 8 year old Victoria Stafford, sentenced to life in prison and later transferred to a healing lodge … [Read more...]

‘Sinister’ seniors…

Aug 24, 2018 The Star Vancouver – Melanie Green Meet the self-described ‘sinister seniors’ taking a stand against Trans Mountain — and going to jail for it Tired of being retired and just old without worthy pursuits?  Here’s an … [Read more...]

Canada votes…

Nov 26, 2016 National Newswatch – Bruce Cheadle, Canadian Press Liberals table bill to roll back Conservative changes to Canadian voting process The federal government has tabled a bill to roll back some Conservative changes in the Canadian … [Read more...]

Ashley is a homicide…

  Dec. 20, 2013   Toronto Star - Donovan Vincent, Diana Zlomislic Ashley Smith inquest: Death a homicide, jury rules   A jury has found the death of Ashley Smith to be homicide without naming anyone responsible.  Julian Falconer, lawyer for … [Read more...]