law and order

Stephen Harper

The real federalism problem with crime legislation

Provincial governments helped create the problems Ottawa’s tough-on-crime approach will exacerbate
too many cops

Too many cops?

The crime rate is down but police forces are growing. We’re poorer as a result, but not necessarily any safer.
A tough-on-crime bill that goes too far

A tough-on-crime bill that goes too far

With Canada’s crime rate at its lowest since the 1970s, why is the government spending more money on throwing people in jail?
System overload

System overload

The B.C. premier promised that rioters will be brought to justice. But that won’t happen.
System overload

Why the Vancouver rioters won’t be punished

The B.C. premier promised that rioters will be brought to justice. But that won’t happen.
Missing image

Actor Jackson named chancellor of Trent University

Songwriter and activist portrayed Chief Kenidi on "North of 60" for six seasons