In mid-March, an Amber Alert was issued by York Regional Police because the mother of a five-year-old girl became alarmed when the child’s father — the parents had recently separated — had picked her up from school without her knowledge Continue reading Don’t believe everything you hear
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