In April, Senator Peter Harder, the Trudeau government’s representative in the Senate, shared the government’s agenda for the upper chamber. His paper aims to...Read More Safeguarding the independence of the Senate
Commissioner Marion Buller of the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls recently published an essay in the Globe and Mail making the case for...Read More Should the MMIWG Inquiry be given more time?
(This article was translated from the French.) In Western societies, homelessness uncovers the social fragilities that are produced by those societies. In this sense, how...Read More Homelessness: criminalization or social integration?
(This article has been translated into French.) Restorative justice is a philosophy and an associated set of practices. A departure from both punishment and rehabilitation,...Read More Moving restorative justice into the mainstream
(This article has been translated into French.) Where there is a will, there is a way. — Old English proverb On an average day in...Read More Learning from our success in reducing youth imprisonment
Lone attackers who use guns, knives or vehicles to inflict mass casualties are of increasing concern to governments, police and security forces. In Canada’s...Read More Lone attackers and violence against women
(This article has been translated into French.) There is a wide consensus on the need for criminal justice system reform – a recognition that the...Read More Realizing the full potential of restorative justice