Last Friday, my Luke’s Place colleagues and I awoke to a news story about a multiple homicide inside a home in Oshawa. Not surprisingly, our minds jumped immediately to the possibility – indeed the probability – that this was a Continue reading What to call it?
Since the beginning of the pandemic, most of us have become more reliant on technology than ever before, whether that is to communicate with family and friends, participate in work meetings or virtual social events, order groceries, do our banking Continue reading Keeping control
When Darian Hailey Henderson-Bellman was killed by her boyfriend last week, she became one more of altogether too many women who are failed by the systems – police, criminal law, family law – that are supposed to protect all of Continue reading “Unacceptable failure”
On February 9th, four-year-old Keira Kagan and her father, Robin Brown, were found dead at the foot of a cliff near Milton, Ontario. There seems little doubt that this was a murder-suicide: Keira’s father had been abusive to her mother, Continue reading Changing the world