Sting may deny that his 1983 song, “Every breath you take,” is a stalker’s anthem, but the lyrics certainly seemed to anticipate technological stalking before the technology to do so had even been created. I hear a lot of stories Continue reading I’ll be watching you. . .
In 2017, the Single Mothers Alliance of B.C., a grassroots non-profit organization led by single mothers for single mothers with a mandate of community building, leadership and advocacy, launched a constitutional challenge to British Columbia’s legal aid program. Represented by Continue reading Is there a constitutional right to legal aid?
As Remembrance Day rolled around this year, once again I found myself thinking of how selective our country’s commemorations of the war dead are. On November 11, there are many wars this nation does not commemorate: the colonization of the Continue reading Choosing which wars we remember
Stories about domestic violence in the media, particularly at the early stages of the case, often appear almost antiseptic in their lack of concrete information about what has happened. Often, the lack of information is because the police have not Continue reading The devil is in the details