More than two decades ago, I spent several years visiting a friend as he made his way through the prison system in and around Kingston. It was quite a process, with plenty of rules: I had to apply for permission Continue reading Keep your distance
As I have written about in the past, the provisions of Canada’s Divorce Act that address parenting of children after their parents divorce were significantly revised in 2019. Bill C-78 squeaked through Third Reading in the Senate and received Royal Continue reading Justice delayed
For many years, my partner and I worked to establish an intentional community. Our dream was that we would, working with others, build a rural setting in which like-minded people could come together to live, share resources, grow food, support Continue reading Finding community
Kingston, where I live, has been relatively untouched by the pandemic. Due in large measure to the well-informed approach of Kieran Moore, the Medical Officer of Health for Kingston, Frontenac and Lennox and Addington Public Health Unit, there have been Continue reading Outbreak!