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Aug 14, 2014
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Prisoners' Justice Day: Justice requires hope

John Hutton
August 10, marked the 40th anniversary of what has come to be known as Prisoners' Justice Day in Canada. This anniversary is a sombre one as we seem to be moving backwards at an ever-inceasing rate.
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Dec 13, 2012
Planned construction costs for new prisons (nominal value) for the federal gover

Perspectives on crime bill C-10 in Quebec

Guillaume Hebert
At the beginning of 2012, omnibus Bill C-10 was voted into law by the Canadian Parliament. The Safe Streets and Communities Act has been denounced across Canada and notably in Quebec.
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Mar 20, 2012

The omnibus crime bill: What is to be done?

Christopher Majka
On March 12, despite months of protest across the country, the federal government's omnibus crime bill cleared its final parliamentary hurdle when the Conservatives voted to pass the legislation.
News
Mar 6, 2012

Lack of science and consultation on Bill C-10

Sonya Nigam
Quebec's objection to Bill C-10 is based on a lack of science to support the bill's changes to the youth justice system and on social and cultural values about how young offenders should be treated.
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Nov 9, 2011

Brad Wall's crime problem

Simon Enoch
In opposition to the Conservatives' transformational C-10 omnibus crime bill, Quebec, Ontario and Newfoundland are refusing to take on the costs associated with the bill.
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