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Chronically underfunded, Canada's mental-health system now lags behind most other OECD countries.
In wake of the Orlando attack, Egale's executive director talks about the 'Grossly Indecent' report and the need to right historical wrongs.
A judge has agreed to postpone a Halifax murderer's sentencing pending an assessment of whether his African-Nova Scotian background "played a role" in the crime.
A months-long investigation by Macleans Magazine "reveals that at every step, Canada's justice system is set against Indigenous people."
An investigation by Macleans Magazine reveals that at every step, Canada's justice system is set against Indigenous people.
Consultation with front-line immigration organizations confirms the group's fears that the measure has increased the vulnerability of many newcomers, most of them women.
A new Ontario report shows how isolation for jailed youth can be dehumanizing and riddled with legal violations. How do we fix it?
Canadian usury laws ban more than 60% interest on loans, but the Conservatives passed a law exempting payday lenders from criminal sanctions and effectively removing the interest cap.
Vancouver's Insite safe injection facility and its role as part of a harm reduction strategy has made B.C. a world-beater in the fight against HIV/AIDS.
Racially biased policing is destructive and counterproductive and should be stamped out immediately, the Ontario Human Rights Commission said Thursday.
Kent Roach and Craig Forcese—arguably Canada's two top law professors when it comes to national security—have led the fight against Bill C-51.
The first national study on Canada's sex industry seriously undermines Bill C-36's assumptions that most people who sell sex are victims and those who buy sex are fiends.
A new rule setting the ceiling at the age of 18 could hurt thousands of families — and, some argue, the Canadian economy.
A Macleans article discusses what happens when do-it-yourselfers flood a system set up for lawyers and judges.
As many as 15 per cent of Ontario's law graduates may fall victim this year to an articling shortage in the province that is having a ripple effect for firms and students across the country.
With C-38 set to soon return to the House for a final showdown, Macleans presents a rough guide to the controversial budget bill.
A Macleans Magazine article says that after 12 years of lobbying for Lawful Access, our police are still unable to provide one honest example illustrating why they need it.