Category Archives: bill C-10

Canada’s mental health system is turning prisons into ‘asylums of the 21st century:’ report

National Post “In a 2008 survey conducted on behalf of the Canadian Medical Association, nearly half (46 per cent) of those polled believed that mental illness isn’t always “real” but rather an excuse for poor behaviour and personal failings.”

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loss of a true friend

Adele Breese

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WTF?!! Bill C-10 – The Harper Government Omnibus Crime Bill

To contact the Canadian Senate, go to: http://www.parl.gc.ca/SenatorsMembers/Senate/SenatorsBiography/isenator.asp Senate phone toll-free (Canada): 1-866-599-4999 Senate phone (Local Ottawa): 1-613-992-4793 Here are all the emails of the Canadian Senators who currently have emails (about 10 do not): andrer@sen.parl.gc.ca, anguswd@sen.parl.gc.ca, atauls@sen.parl.gc.ca, bakerg@sen.parl.gc.ca, boisvp@sen.parl.gc.ca, … Continue reading

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David Daubney, former Conservative MP and Chair of the Justice Committee, opposes Bill C-10

Power Play : Dec. 8 : Justice Adviser blasts crime bil

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Kim Pate versus C10

Most people in jail are considered non-violent, by police and correctional authorities. In order to prevent more men, women, and especially children, from being marginalized, victimized, criminalized and imprisoned, Canadians are telling us and politicians that they would rather see … Continue reading

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Omnibus Crime Bill Public Forum – Sibylle Artz – UVic School of Child and Youth Care

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Postcards

Created at Crossing Communities Art Project in 2008 with Jessica MacCormack

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