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!
Early this summer, I introduced Mik’maw lawyer Pam Palmater’s Reconciliation Book Club. My partner and I headed into the first assigned reading with enthusiasm and interest, and we were not disappointed. Whose Land Is It Anyway: A Manual for Decolonization” Continue reading “There is no middle ground”
Legislative reforms in the United States in recent months have let us see just how quickly the needle can move backwards on the issue of abortion, and there is no doubt that the issue of women’s right to choose whether Continue reading Methinks, she doth protest too much