As we anticipated, Doug Ford has wasted no time getting down to the business of creating, in his words, “a government for the people.” He has urged Ontarians to “embrace change,” as he sets out to bring an end to Continue reading A government for which people?
Bob Marley once said that marijuana offered the means to heal a nation. We may have the opportunity to test his belief as of October 17th, the date on which Canada’s legalization of recreational marijuana comes into effect. It has Continue reading The healing of a nation?
Prison farms have a long and reputable history in Canada. First established in the prairie provinces more than 100 years ago, farms moved onto federal prison grounds in Ontario in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Canada’s prison capital, Kingston, Continue reading Prison farms return!
Polygamy was back in the news last week, with the sentencing of Winston Blackmore and James Oler, who were each found guilty of this offence almost a year ago. Both men were sentenced to house arrest, Blackmore to six months Continue reading There has to be a better way