Twenty-three years ago, three-and-a-half-year-old Luke was killed by his father on his first unsupervised access visit after Luke’s mother had tried to get a family court order for supervised access, because of her concerns for her son’s safety. In the Continue reading One death is one too many
In San Miguel, the approach to almost anything is to use human rather than machine labour. A hole needs to be dug? One to four men, depending on the size of the excavation, with shovels or picks; no backhoe or Continue reading The right to repair
What a week it has been on Turtle Island. As I write this on Friday morning, VIA rail has indefinitely suspended all passenger train service across the country, with the exception of two short routes, one in northern Ontario and Continue reading Standing strong
Some days it is hard to know whether or not we are making progress in addressing gender-based violence. It often seems that for every step we manage to take forward there is one of at least equal size that moves Continue reading Forward or backward?