Some recent and pending law reform has me thinking, not for the first time and likely not for the last, about how much faith our society places in “the law” and how, often, that faith proves to be misplaced. Don’t Continue reading What’s law got to do with it?
Most of the time, when someone wants to end their marriage they apply to the court for a divorce. Particularly if there are no contentious issues in play, a divorce can be relatively quick, straightforward and inexpensive. A recent British Continue reading I do, I didn’t
Canada prides itself on having a good “justice” system and, certainly in comparison to that in many countries, including our immediate neighbours to the south, it is extremely good. But, as ongoing cases of wrongful conviction should tell us, it Continue reading Not guilty
There is nothing I love more than to gather a big crowd of family and friends for a fall harvest celebration. It’s my favourite meal of the year: I get to cook with a season’s worth of local foods and Continue reading Gratitude during a pandemic