We need to talk about justice reform in Canada.
Black Lives Matters actions across Canada over the past weeks have brought questions of police defunding into mainstream discourse. The need for justice reform in Canada is overdue.
Our next episode of Off the Hill will consider justice reform through a national lens. From the delayed government response to the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls report, to carding and policing, to last year's leaked RCMP memo about the use of violence against Indigenous activists -- the federal role in justice reforms is complex, and critical.
Please join us tonight at 7:30 p.m. EST for our next episode where we welcome:
Pamela Palmater, Mi'kmaw lawyer, author, social justice activist and chair in Indigenous governance at Ryerson University
Leah Gazan, Winnipeg Centre MP
Paul Taylor, executive director of FoodShare Toronto
Karl Nerenberg, rabble's parliamentary reporter
Libby Davies, former NDP deputy leader and author of Outside in: A Political Memoir
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Matthew DiMera, acting editor-in-chief
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