After being called to the Ontario Bar in 1984, Mary Campbell joined the Department of the Solicitor General Canada (later Department of Public Safety Canada) where she shaped criminal justice public policy and legislation for nearly 30 years. Retired in 2013 as Director General, Corrections & Criminal Justice, Ms. Campbell continues to contribute to public policy through research and writing, public debate, education of students and judges, and fearless human rights advocacy for persons in the prison system.
There has been considerable public debate about killing since the February 6, 2015, Supreme Court of Canada decision in Carter v. Canada (AG) on assisted death. Those who are unhappy with the Court's ruling argue …
Therefore beware of murmuring, which is unprofitable; and refrain your tongue from backbiting.
The Book of Solomon 1:11
What the hell is going on with us? Have we become so infected with the meanness of the Harper …
Two corrections and criminal justice events in the past week caught this writer's attention. First, a small one in terms of policy and programs, but with huge personal impact. The sense of freedom that Omar …
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par Options politiques. Originellement publié sur le site Web d'Options politiques avril 14, 2017