Still delays…

Jan 3, 2020 Toronto Star Editorial (Jan 2, 2020) The Ford government should invest in Ontario’s outmoded courts The editorial recalls the effort by the Supreme Court to prompt additional resources to lower courts by establishing time frames … [Read more...]

6 years…

Sept 20, 2017 Toronto Star – Wendy Gillis Police tribunal puts spotlight on Black teen’s interaction with officer in cruiser Justice, even inquiry, seems to come slowly for some.  This case dates from November 2011 in which a group of four … [Read more...]

Canadian, eh?

June 18, 2017   National Council of Canadian Muslims (NCCM) Press Release Preclearance agreement trumps protection of travelers from Canada to U.S. Yesterday’s communiqué noted several House of Commons bills anticipated before the summer … [Read more...]

Bail reform

Dec 2, 2016 CBC News – Kathleen Harris Conservative Senator Bob Runciman slams 'appalling' Liberal move to kill bail reform bill There’s a scrap brewing between Runciman and the Liberal government over the bail requirements when a person … [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...]

RJ is smarter…

Nov 24, 2016 Toronto Star – Editorial (Nov. 23, 2016) Smarter approach to justice could help with crisis of court delays In Nova Scotia now both adults and minors can pursue a restorative justice approach to resolving conflicts with the law or … [Read more...]

Health and hard time

  January 16, 2013 Canadian Medical Association Journal (CMAJ) – Adam Miller Health and hard time The association starts the first of a promising multi-part series on health issues in prisons.  The listing of areas of concern is part of … [Read more...]