Follow the money…

April 20, 2021 Department of Finance: Budget 2021: A Recovery Plan for Jobs, Growth, and Resilience https://www.canada.ca/en/department-finance/news/2021/04/budget-2021-a-recovery-plan-for-jobs-growth-and-resilience.html CBC News Highlights of … [Read more...]

Unbelievable…

Mar 10, 2021  Globe and Mail – Kristy Kirkup Correctional Service of Canada fails to track employees accused of sexual assault in prisons At least three guards have been charged with sex crimes in recent years at The Nova Institution for … [Read more...]

Always the children…

Sept 17, 2020 Welcome to Diana's Place, Elizabeth Fry Society of Ottawa's new Child and Family Centre Program! Zoe West from Elizabeth Fry is offering a virtual (electronic) tour of their new Child and Family Centre program. She also showed us … [Read more...]

She-session…

May 12, 2020 Global News - Erica Alini Welcome to the ‘she-session.’ Why this recession is different The recession is bound to introduce significant changes to our lives and one would hope that we could choose to redress some regressive … [Read more...]

Sanctioned discrimination…

Oct 10, 2016 Policy Option – Cindy Blackstock The long history of discrimination against First Nations children The Canadian Human Rights Commission has now twice ordered the federal government to correct the discriminatory practices against … [Read more...]

Deliverology…

Aug. 29, 2016 CBC News – Aaron Wherry How Justin Trudeau plans to deliver on 'deliverology' - PM a devotee of Michael Barber's result-oriented management theories Barber is a British political consultant who thinks that the way to govern is to … [Read more...]

Cyberwarriors…

June 23, 2016 CBC News - Murray Brewster Former CSIS head says Canada should have its own cyberwarriors - Documents show Forces are struggling to develop even a defensive cyber capability Richard Fadden, Canada’s former spy chief, says that … [Read more...]

Fear politics…

     Feb 8, 2015 Hill Times-on-line – Mark Burgess PM Harper ratchets up ‘secure in our homes’ anti-terrorism rhetoric as a wedge issue  The article reviews the issues and the concerns of Canadians with the strategy of the political … [Read more...]

Incoherence…

  June 29, 2014  Toronto Star – Edward Greenspon and Anthony Doob Stephen Harper's incoherent approach to crime  Lawyer Greenspon and U of T Professor Doob attempt to find a rationale in the various changes and new laws brought in by Harper … [Read more...]