“He was concerned about even going to a dentist again with guards. He can now perhaps go on his own."
A $108,800 contract is up for grabs for a company who can train 110 and 220 inmates chainsaw safety.
OTTAWA - Federal prisons are not the hotbeds of radical extremism some make them out to be, according to research by the
"The food is causing people to experience diarrhea, nausea, vomiting."
VANCOUVER - There were times when Lee Chapelle considered running headfirst into his cell wall to knock himself unconscious
TORONTO - Canadian prison authorities have rejected core recommendations made by the Ashley Smith inquest a year ago but
OTTAWA - The federal prison watchdog says Corrections Canada must stop isolating mentally ill, suicidal or self-harming prisoners
A group of inmates in Ontario is taking the federal government to court over its recent move to cut the pay they receive
TORONTO - Jurors at an inquest into the videotaped choking death of a teenager in her segregation cell began their deliberations
CALGARY — Stephen Harper’s Conservative party’s policies are being attacked by an unlikely foe this weekend: corrections