When the Ontario Provincial Police announced, in late September, that it would no longer identify the gender of victims and accused people, Sgt. Carolle Dionne said: “It doesn’t matter if it was a male or a female who was an Continue reading Missing the point
Many of us grew up steeped in a version of the first Thanksgiving that was created south of the border: pilgrims and “Indians” sitting down together to share a fall harvest meal; peace and harmony apparently the order of the Continue reading Truth, reconciliation and Thanksgiving
A recent story from British Columbia has put the issue of assessments used in some custody and access cases on the front burner for many parents involved in family law proceedings. The situation involving the psychologist at the heart of Continue reading “Not one shred of scientific evidence”
It goes without saying – or at least it should – that the climate crisis is the most pressing issue facing society today. It should be an important issue in the federal election and, indeed, we have heard much from Continue reading We’re still here!