Stories about domestic violence in the media, particularly at the early stages of the case, often appear almost antiseptic in their lack of concrete information about what has happened. Often, the lack of information is because the police have not Continue reading The devil is in the details
I had the honour of speaking at a Take Back the Night event in Halton this week. Here is an excerpt from my comments: I first started to think about what I would say tonight back in May, before Doug Continue reading Speak up, speak out and unite!
“OK, so I was famous and my life got out of control and I abused women as a result. Now, I can’t flirt with any women because they might figure out who I am . . . “ This is Continue reading Poor poor pitiful me (or not)
“Yes!” I said jubilantly to myself on Monday morning, as I scrolled through the news on my phone in my physiotherapist’s waiting room. My enthusiasm was directed at Superior Court Justice Belobaba’s decision to overturn the provincial government’s now-infamous Bill Continue reading Notwithstanding. . .