Podcast
GroundWire | This episode of GroundWire was produced at Kootenay Co-op Radio, a co-operative community radio station which broadcasts on Sinixt traditional territory.
News
Screen Shot: Detainee petition
Megan Devlin | Detained, isolated, restrained… killed? The Somali refugee died in custody on June 11 and the CBSA's lips are sealed.
Blog
David Martinez | How structural/technological elements of the U.S. have aided the Black Lives Matter movement.
Blog
J. Baglow | The Harper government is introducing life without parole. New "anti-terrorism" legislation will follow. Inflicting punishment is an election ploy, appealing to base instincts -- pun intended.
News
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Kathleen Copps | Last month, two voices from the U.S. military travelled to Edmonton to give their support for Omar Khadr's release, and international support for Khadr's release continues to grow.
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Kathleen Copps | Omar Khadr's first appearance before the Canadian public last week sparked considerable interest. But the media largely missed the real story.
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Samantha Sarra | With unprecedented access inside Takhar Prison in Afghanistan, filmmaker Nima Sarvestani takes us on a compelling journey in his documentary No Burqas Behind Bars.
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Samantha Sarra | This week in Vancouver a conference brings together delegates from five continents to explore the health and human rights of incarcerated women and their children.
Blog
Alex Hundert | Alex's jail blog from the central north correctional centre in penetang.
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various | It is an outrage that the federal government is enacting the first measures of its omnibus crime bill C-10 on August 9, just one day before the annual Prisoners' Justice Day.
Blog
Mandy Hiscocks | Today is my halfway day. In a few hours I'll have served exactly five and one third months and will have exactly five and one third months to go. 162 days. It's time to assess and reflect.
Podcast
| Alex Hundert's first prison blog, looking at the inability for inmates to access books.