The multi-year extradition saga of Ottawa university professor Hassan Diab has taken yet another bizarre turn with the news that Diab has not even been formally charged.
Christy Clark launched a comprehensive review of the province’s justice system two months. A new report prepared for the B.C. Civil Liberties Association says this review won't fix what's broken.
Quebec's objection to Bill C-10 is based on a lack of science to support the bill's changes to the youth justice system and on social and cultural values about how young offenders should be treated.
With last week's Senate approval of Bill C-10, Canada is close to becoming the most regressive Western democracy on criminal justice.
The first-ever Twitter Moot will examine the impact of social media on the justice system.
The Supreme Court of Canada's Chief Justice, Beverly McLachlan, raised many virtual eyebrows on January 31 when she expressed concern about the impacts of social media on Canada's justice system.
With youth gangs and the drug trade generally, a will to face it must be found in the realization that whatever we've been doing -- despite some good work at the street level -- is not enough.
Questions for the feminist community about what we can do to move forward together.
Dr. Carter takes on the Canadian justice system in this fast-paced look into the case of wrongly convicted banker Ronald Dalton.