Books have been part of my life for as long as I can remember. First, being read to by my parents, then poring over books before I could read the words and, then, glorious day, the freedom of being able Continue reading So many books, so little time
In the final dash to get legislation passed before Parliament recessed for the summer, only to head straight into an election campaign in the fall, some important bills were cast by the wayside while others managed to make it to Continue reading Bad news, good news
Women who make the decision to report a sexual assault to the police are embarking on a potentially long and always arduous journey through the criminal law system. They will be confronted with myths and stereotypes about women and sex, Continue reading Believing women
As Legal Aid Ontario starts slashing its spending in response to the 30% cut imposed on it by the provincial government, the Premier wants to assure Ontarians that no one will be denied legal aid coverage: “If anyone needs support Continue reading Just call Doug!