A three-week inquest, a major house renovation that took much longer than we had anticipated and left us begging around town for showers for several weeks, and a quick trip to Halifax for the Mass Casualty Commission hearings might have Continue reading Vacation time!
Renee (not her real name) does not look like an abused woman. She has no black eyes, no bruises, no broken bones. She goes to work every day as a nurse at the hospital in her community. She and her Continue reading What to do about coercive control?
It wasn’t long after the mass casualty event of April 18/19, 2020, that the first whispers, soon to become verified reports, emerged about the abuse to which the perpetrator responsible for killing 22 people in rural Nova Scotia had subjected Continue reading From inquest to inquiry: part two
Not long after the conclusion of the Renfrew County inquest, I flew to Halifax to appear at the Nova Scotia Mass Casualty Commission (MCC) hearings. As I stepped out of the airport into a hot, sunny afternoon, I couldn’t help Continue reading From inquest to inquiry (part one)