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David Theo Goldberg and Bill C-10

David Theo Goldberg’s Critical Theories Reveal the Racisms Inherent to the Omnibus Crime Bill Canada’s popular multicultural narrative celebrates the ideology that the nation “consistently supports a high quality of life for everyone, be one white or settler, Indigenous, or … Continue reading




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Although the future outcomes of our public policies are difficult to predict, their promised results are often quite different from their realities. Consequently, it is vital to evaluate all the potential impacts of proposed legislation as critically as possible. In … Continue reading




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Why Canada’s ‘Tough on Crime’ Policy Is Not Safer for Our Communities




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  The Harper ‘Apology’: Residential Schools and Bill C-10 Shauna MacKinnon, Director of the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, explains how the proposed Crime Omnibus Bill, if passed by the Senate this spring (it is currently under review), will inflict … Continue reading




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