Eyes open…

May 19, 2021 CBC (BC) - Powerful anti-racism video encourages Asian Canadians to confront prejudice head-on Eyes Open video was produced for Asian Heritage Month “According to a report released in March by the Chinese Canadian National Council … [Read more...]

Hammer looking for nails…

May 13, 2021 Toronto Star - Gilbert Ngabo Proposed Ontario human trafficking law will be ‘extremely harmful’ to sex workers, advocates say Bill 251, the Combating Human Trafficking Act, will be debated at committee at Queen’s Park starting … [Read more...]

Justice reform…

Jan 31, 2018 Toronto Star – Daniel Brown and Michael Lacy Trudeau government is falling short on justice reform Anticipating the strategy for the next federal election, some think the Liberals will offer promises made, promises delivered.  … [Read more...]

Old wounds again…

Oct. 2, 2017  Ottawa Citizen – Aedan Helmer Wounds 'fresh again' in Wilno as Basil Borutski murder trial begins in Ottawa This article fascinatingly and powerfully captures the poignant complexity of the way the criminal justice process works … [Read more...]

Absurdly punitive…

May 16, 2016  Toronto Star – Editorial (May 13, 2016) Undo Harper’s punitive pardon policy As the Liberal government begins an assessment of the changes brought under the Conservative tough-on-crime laws, issues involved the practices … [Read more...]

Rights of Aboriginal kids…

    April 28, 2015  Toronto Star Editorial (April 28, 2015) First Nations kids deserve the same protection as others  Much controversy surrounded the decision of Ontario Justice Gethin Edward to allow Aboriginal tradition healing to replace … [Read more...]

Prison diet…

  July 13, 2014  Huffington Post (Canada) – Corey Levine How a Group of Incarcerated Men Taught Me Diet Discipline  Levine is part of a restorative justice group who visit the prison and listen and talk with the offenders and victims.  … [Read more...]