News
Photo: Tony Webster/Flickr
Jeff Shantz | There is no formal process to record incidents of police-involved deaths of civilians in Canada. Much of the information surrounding these events is never reported. The public needs to know more.
Blog
Rob Anderson
David J. Climenhaga | What does it mean that Wildrose Caucus members were never briefed about the break-in and theft at the party’s offices or the fact membership lists were stolen?
Blog
Brian Jean
David J. Climenhaga | Elections Alberta and the Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner of Alberta will be asked today by a Wildrose member to investigate the information breach.
News
Image: PMO/Adam Scotti
Ryan Moore | Canada's first Aboriginal justice minister might have shown an interest in rolling back the Harper government's draconian crime bill legacy. However, people are still waiting for action.
News
Image: Flickr/Sara Jo
Ryan Moore | Despite decades of evidence and Liberal promises, Harper's failed crime bills continue to thrive throughout judicial system.
Blog
Image: Flickr/miss_millions
Paula Mallea | The Conservatives swear their crime policies have made Canadians safer. On the contrary: it's the one area we can safely say Canadians are less safe and paying too much for the privilege.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | The number of crimes in Canada that are subject to mandatory minimum sentencing is growing exponentially. Civil liberties lawyers argue that mandatory minimums are both ineffective and unjust.
Blog
Photo: Connor Tarter/flickr
Stephen Kimber | Crime and the young. It's complicated, far more so than any tough-on-crime Tory politician could -- or would probably want to -- capture.
Blog
Photo: Michael Coghlan/flickr
Craig Jones | Champions of harsher justice measures in the Harper government would have us believe that longer sentences are a win-win-win: for victims, for safe streets and for future victims.
Blog
Loretta Saunders
Christopher Majka | Nothing can fill that void left by the death of Loretta Saunders. But in an attempt to dispel the deafening silence, I offer a few words on how, in her honour, we might strive to make a better world.
News
Samantha Sarra | Shakila was 16 years old when she was raped and murdered in the home of a powerful politician. There are many Shakilas in Afghanistan -- and impunity for rapists and murderers.
Blog
David J. Climenhaga | Americans who tolerate repeated massacres in schools and malls to hang onto their weapons, hunkered down in their basements because one terrorist was on the loose? What’s wrong with this picture?