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We need breathalyzer testing on demand

Bill C-46 would contribute to public safety, help address the serious court backlog problem and save taxpayers a lot of money

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Your home is your castle? Maybe not in Canada

People have a right to defend themselves, their family and their property. The Crown may not understand that but two juries have shown they did

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Lawlessness and shootings on the rise in Toronto

There’s been a significant amount of violence in Toronto since the vehicle-ramming attack in April. And too little information from police

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A staggering number of Indigenous Canadians are in jail

Canadian governments continue to allow the operation of a justice system constructed on a foundation of systemic racism

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‘Happy’ New Zealand has a teenage suicide problem

Indigenous teenagers around the world face problems they think are insurmountable. But there are solutions

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The man who cheated death again and again

Caryl Chessman won eight stays of execution until the gas chamber finally caught up with him on May, 2, 1960

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Medical errors too common but patients are paving the way for change

The Elizabeth Wettlaufer case should serve as a warning to all of us about the issue of patient safety

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Paradise Hill man faces a variety of charges

RCMP investigate collision on Highway 7 at Flaxcombe after female pedestrian struck by westbound semi

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Bail reform is critical to achieve wider U.S. social justice

Simply not being able to afford to pay the gatekeeper is a positively medieval way to determine who walks free in our modern society

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Would Bobby Kennedy have been elected president?

On the 50th anniversary of his assassination, a close look at the facts suggests another Kennedy president was unlikely

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