Farm Work Gives Convicts and Victims of Violent Crime a Chance to Heal
On small farm in BC, offenders and victims have something to offer each other.
(2016, CBC News article with embedded videos)

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My Friend Killed Five People in My Home But I Won’t Call Him a Monster Brendan McCabe Vice 2017

How one woman came to forgive the man who murdered her father

Podcast CBC Radio – The Current 2017
Farm Work Gives Convicts and Victims of Violent Crime a Chance to Heal (article with embedded videos) Nick Purdon and Leonardo Palleja CBC News 2016
Podcast CBC Radio – The Current 2016
Liberals to Study Restoring Kingston Ontario Prison Farms
(Jul 2016) (for more information (see below), view 2015 video/documentary on prison farms in Canada  “Til the Cows Come Home”)
Article CBC News 2016

Supreme Court strikes down 2 Conservative sentencing reforms: Rulings from Canada’s top court strike down mandatory minimum sentences for drugs and bail conditions

Kathleen Harris CBC News 2016

Canada’s bail system set up to fail, says criminal defence lawyer   (for transcript of program click here)

 Podcast CBC Radio – The Current 2016
Manitoba Passes Law to Offer Victims of Domestic Violence Leave from Work Zosia Bielski
The Globe and Mail 2016
Til the Cows Come Home
(a 2015 documentary on prison farms in Canada)
Video Tell Tales Media 2015

Shannon Moroney examines how crime hurts families of perpetrators

Podcast CBC Radio – The Current 2015
Cuts to Sex Crime Prevention Program  Video CBC News 2015
Forgiving the Unthinkable – Li case brings up memories for Morden man who lost wife, son Mary Agnes Welch Winnipeg Free Press 2015
Restorative Justice Benefits Everyone Andrew Swan Winnipeg Free Press 2014

Micah Mission Offers Restorative Justice
to Ex-offenders

Donna Schultz Canadian Mennonite  2014
Hard Time on the Outside Richard Wright UCObserver 2013