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While Ontario’s other court systems bounce back from their pandemic-era backlogs, analysis by The Local shows that “the people’s court,” where many low-income people seek justice, is lagging far behind.
Toronto’s former police chief has run his campaign for mayor almost exclusively on a law and order platform. In a city grappling with its relationship with the police, does Saunders’ service record help or hinder his chances?
The Toronto Police take three times longer than they should to get to the most urgent emergencies. Why a $1.1 billion force doesn’t come when you need them.
Overnight, almost every aspect of the justice system has transformed in the name of public health. So why are we still sending people to crowded jails?
How the prison system became a ramshackle, underfunded wing of the health care system.
As more and more seniors with dementia become entangled with the law, how can the justice system adapt?
Were last summer’s high-profile disappearances from CAMH signs of a broken program—or a complex system working as it should?
Even as the rate of convicted offenders drops, the number of people in detention awaiting trial keeps growing. The uncertain, boring, brutal reality of life on remand.
For a time, I was the only openly gay man in my prison. Then I met a trans woman and we started our own LGBTQ2 support group.
An animated documentary about one teenager’s journey to visit her dad in prison.