Canada’s court systems remain, procedurally and sometimes substantively, rooted in the past. Admittedly, judges and lawyers do not wear wigs, as do their counterparts in some countries. However, even here, judges robe, with different coloured sashes denoting which court they Continue reading Zooming ahead
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
When Kristin Howell and Greg Moss completed the birth registration form for their newborn son a few weeks ago and submitted it to Nova Scotia’s vital statistics department, they thought that job was done. But, because Kristin and Greg aren’t Continue reading Does the difference matter?
As the holiday season approaches, many of us are making plans to spend time with family and friends we love and who love us. It can be a wonderful time of year, when we slow down from our usual hectic Continue reading Making a difference