Nellie McClung "Never underestimate the power of woman" Nellie McClung was a Canadian feminist, politician, and social activist. She was a part of the social and moral reform movements prevalent in Western Canada in the early
August 10, is the day prisoners have declared Prisoner’s Justice Day; to fast and refuse to work to demonstrate solidarity in remembrance of those who have died unnecessarily -- victims of murder, suicide and neglect. Description Although started in Canada, we would like to bring to awareness the plights of the incarcerated men and women who suffer injustice worldwide. Lets bring to this day to the international forefront.
Aboriginal sentencing rules ignored due to lack of funding, interest
Aboriginal #sentencing rules ignored due to lack of funding, interest - 13 years after the Supreme #Court of Canada issued a demand for information that would enable trial judges to pass more culturally sensitive sentences for #aboriginal defendants, its edict has been largely ignored in much of the country. In most regions, a lack of funding or a lack of interest has meant that detailed reports delving into the background of #offenders are simply not prepared | Globe & Mail
'The SHU' is a place where prisoners might be sent, and it can actually drive them insane.
Child sex offenders: Canadian justice system faulted for cracks in system -- “I have no confidence this will be successful,” he said. “Eighteen years of waiting, waiting and more waiting has taken its toll on myself and many others. I want answers as to who helped MacIntosh.”
Murderous Children: Jasmine Richardson (12) & Her Boyfriend Murdered Her Family
Canada PM's office ordered delay on Syrian refugee claims processing: Opposition attacked Stephen Harper for ‘meddling’ in immigration minister’s domain with order to halt entry of refugees until he could approve them (The Guardian 08 October