KRights Radio!

    ● EP-BC Home About  Issues  Testimonials News  Reference Fun Stuff Members


News Area Home

Abella, Judge Rosalie, SCC
Ackack, Ack A:  Martian Ambassador
ACT UP! Homosexual Activists
AFCC = A. Family Conciliation Courts
Agenda 21, Earth Summit
Ahmadinejad, Mahmoud
Aquino, Col. Michael: Green Beret PsychOps,
Armenian Genocide, 1915 - 1923
Arterburn, Steve: "Want sex tonight?"
Augustine of Canterbury, RIP 604
Ayers, Bill:  Weather Underground
Bailey, Alice: Lucifer / Lucis Trust
Barbie, Klaus:  Vatican Assassin
BCHRT = BC Human Rights Tribunal
BCTF = BC Teachers "It's OK to be Gay"
Benwell, Richard:  CBA-FMEP-Kamloops, BC
Bilderberg Group
Blavatsky, Helena:  Theosophiy
Bohemian Grove:  Molech Ritual Sacrifice
Bouchard, Pierrette:  Laval University
Bretton Woods
Brown, Cynthia: "Deadbeat Parent" Piz...
Bryant, Michael: ON AG murders Cyclist
Buford, Bob;  Peter Drucker's Evangelist
Cameron, Dr.Ewen, MKULTRA in Canada
Camp Fyrefly
Campbell, Gordon:  Bilderberg 2010
Cantwell, Dr. Thomas: Waterford Hospital
CAS = Children's Aid Society
Cauchon, Martin:  "Fathers have no Rights"
CBA = Canadian Bar Association
CFR = Council on Foreign Relations
CCE = Chicago Climate Exch, Cap & Trade
COR = Club of Rome:  Ten Regions
Cotler, Irwin: "Parents have NO RIGHTS"
CPS = Child Protective Services
Codex Alimentarius
"Common Purpose": Tyranny by Pedophiles
Craig, Dr. David of Newfoundland
Creme, Benjamin:  Herald of Maitreya
Cross, Pamela: Feminist Law, Univ Ottawa
Crowley, Aleister:  Luciferian Freemasonry
CUPE = Canadian Union Public Employees
Day, Shelagh
de Jong, Michael:   Legalizing Child Trafficking
de Nysschen, Engeline:  Lesbians murder boy
Dewey, John:  Hegelian Communitarianism
Dobson , James: Focus on the Family
Douglas , "Her Whoreship" Judge Lori
Drucker, Peter:  Global Nazism
Edward VIII The Traitor King
Eichmann , Adolf:
Ellison, Tom:  Pedophile Teacher
Fabian Society, "Wolves / Sheep's' Clothing"
Fawkes, Guy the Villain, 1605
Fry, Hedi  & SOW
G20
Georgia Guide Stones:  Depopulation
Gessen, Masha  "Gay Marriage is a LIE"
Gothard, Bill:  "Basic Youth Conflicts
Goudge Enquiry, ON
Graham, Bill:  Pedophile Parliamentarian
Haq,Naveed: "Fueled by Hate <Quran>"
Hall, Manly P:  Luciferian Freemasonry
Hertzman, Clyde: World Bank Consultant
Hickman, Judge T. Alex, NL
Hood, Sherman:  BCSC Judge
Houle, Francois: Speech "Crimes"
Huxley, Aldous
IMF = International Monetary Fund
Ingram, Heather, Teacher-Student Sex
Ingham, Michael:  St. John's Anglican
IPCC = Intergov. Panel Climate Change
Ireland, YWCA, NOW
Jafee, Peter: DV Scamster
Jessup, Philip C:  World Court
Kendall, Robert T:  "Total-Forgiveness"
Kinsey, Alfred: Pedophilia, Fake "Studies"
Kissinger, Henry
Lessard, Hester:  "Trociuk ..must be ignored"
LEAF = Women's Legal Ed & Action Fund
Lombard, Frank, Duke's Pedophile Professor
Loyola, Ignatiusf:  Jesuits' Founder
Lynch, Jennifer:  Canadian Human Rights
Lucis / Lucifer Trust
McCartney, Bill: Promise Keepers Cult
McLachlin, Beverly:  Judicial Globalization
McLellan, Anne: Joint Custody
MacDonald, Margaret:  Husband Sniper
Machiavelli, Niccolò "The Prince"
Matthews, Bill of Newfoundland
Maximus Inc., AKA NYSE:MMS
MCF = Min Children & Families
Mollenkott, Virginia:  "Word to Phrase" NIV
Monsanto GMOs & Food
Morgentaler’s Order of Canada
Mosley, Oswald
Murdoch, Rupert:  Publishing, Phone Taps
Murray, Dennis:  Special Prosecutor
NAMBLA = NAm Man-Boy "Love" Ass.
NAWGLA = NAm Woman-Girl "Love" Ass.
Newbury, Mary
Ng, Mass Murderer Charles Chitat
Noyes, Robert:  Pedophile Principal / Teacher
Obama's Fake Birth Certificate
Obama's Muslim Faith
OECD = Org. Economic Cooperation, Dev.
Olson, Clifford:  Charismatic BC Pedophiler
Orr, NFLD Judge  David
Paulson, Henry: Treasury Sec., Bail-Outs
Pechaluk, Ashleigh: Lesbian axe-murderer
Pike, Albert: Luciferian Freemasonry
Prowse, Jo-Ann
Ramsay, BC Judge David: Pedophile
Rathenau, Walter
Ratzinger, Joseph, AKA  "Nazi Pope"
Rhodes, Cecil: (1853 - 1902)
Richelieu, Cardinal, BIH 1642
RIIA = Royal Institute of International Affairs
RIAA =  Recording Industry Ass / Am
Robinson, Svend:  Lawyer / Thief / "Hate"
Rockl, Allan: Passport Removal
Rockefeller Foundation
Rothchild Family:  Central Banks
Ruddy, Raymond:  MAXIMUS
Ruskin, John:  Mentor of Cecil Rhodes
Russell , William: "Scull & Bones" to US
Sanger, Margaret / Planned Parenthood
Schlosser, Dena:  Cut off baby's arms
Sgro, Judy:  Fast-Tracked Immigration
Sharpe, John:  Kiddie Pornographer
Shaw, BC Judge Duncan Kiddie Porn
Simms,  Mary Woo:  BCHRT Chief
Skull & Bones, 322, Yale
Smalley, Gary & Steve Arterburn
Smith, Judge Daphne, Adoptions
Smith, ON Dr Charles:  Falsified Death Certs
Smithson, James : Smithsonian Institution
Solana, Javier
Southin BC Judge Mary, Pedophiilia
Stansfield, Hugh:  Chief Judge / Pedophile
Stansfield, Hugh:  Judge / Pedophile
Stocker, Petrina:  Munchausen Mom
Strong, Maurice:  Global Warming Fraud
Trudeau, Pierre:  Pals of Gorbachev, Castro
Themis Inc.
UNESCO World Heritage Properties
UNSC = United Nations' Security Council
Verbeeck,  Jozeph:  UNICEF's Pedophile Ringle
Verichip = Positive ID,  RFID  Surveillance
Wynne, Kathleen:  Lesbian "Education"
von Hagen, Gunther:  "Body Works
Young, Dr. Lionel Trevor:  Psychiatrist
Warman, Richard:  "Hate" Bounty Hunter
Warren, Rick,
WCC = World Council of Churches
Westcott & Hort vs. Textus Receptus
WHO gags unbiased DV studies
Weishaupt, Adam:  Illuminati Founder
Williams, Danny:  NL Premier / Mount Cashel
Winkler, Mary
News - 2010
News - 2009
News - 2008
News - 2007
News - 2004
News - 2003
News - 2002
News - 2001
News - 2000
News - 1999
News - 1998
News - 1997
News - 1996
News - 1995








Kari Simpson & Terry O'Neal's "RoadKill Radio"

Tuesday Call-In show to combat attacks on the Natural Family, Parental Rights, Freedom of Speech, Common Law..

Kari Simpson, RoadKill Radio - Google Search;

Kari Simpson, RoadKill Radio - Google Videos

Kari Simpson is executive director of the Citizen's Research Institute in Langley, B.C.  CALL IN:  (604) 525-4167;  Tuesdays,  7:30-9:30 PM;  EMAIL THE SHOW LIVE:  Roadkillradio@live.ca 

www.roadkillradio.com
RoadKill Radio on Vimeo


More:  Issues:  Simpson, Kari;
Issues:  Barbara Kay,  National Post
News:  Simms,  Mary Woo: BC HRT;
News:  BC Human Rights Tribunal;
Issues:  Corren Agreement;
About:  EPT =  Equal Parenting Trek;
About:  EPR = Equal Parenting Roundups;
EP Trek Generic Calendar;
About:  Equal Parenting How To's:  Three Layer Cake;
About:  Grandparents in Equal Parenting;
EP Trek Generic Calendar:
Issues:  Kinship Families or Grandparents raising Children::
About:  Grandparents in Equal Parenting

Liberal Irwin Cotler:  "Natural Parents have NO RIGHTS"

Irwin Cotler, former Liberal "Justice" Minister robbed Canadians of their NATURAL PARENTS' Rights

Irwin Cotler - Google Search;
Irwin Cotler - Google Video

"Natural Parents have NO RIGHTS....  ONLY RESPONSIBILITIES....

"Natural Parents' Rights now  gone with my Homosexual Marriage bill"

16.10 Maximum Contact & Friendly Parent Rule has to go to conform to Judicial Practice, or Judges may be held in criminal BREACH OF TRUST"

FYI, the ideas that the State assigns Rights & Responsibilities to it's Citizen is straight from pre-war Nazi Germany.   Under the British system rights are not State-given, but God Given.

Buying into the Court's position that what rights remain are Children's Rights, is buying into the same position that "<Natural> Parents have no rights", and Canadian Children are at birth the property of the Courts.

More:  News:  Cotler, Irwin:  "Natural Parents have NO RIGHTS...;
News:  European Union;
Issues:  Paul Watson:  Nazi Origins of European Union;;;
Issues: G. Edward  Griffin ;
Issues: Fabian Socialism;

Common Law Perverted by Activist Judges and Legal Oligarchy

Chapter VII. The English Common Law. Section 57. The Norman Conquest

A beautiy of British  Common Law is that it is STATIC, and NOT DYNAMIC as these Activist Judges would have you think.

Ask a lawyer what "Common Law" is and they will likely tell you it is "Judge Made Law", and expand up this to say "Common Law is whatever the Judges are commonly saying these days"

This is completely FALSE.  The Judges are Agents of the Crown and they BY DEFINITION Judges are WITHOUT CAPACITY to make any law whatsoever.  Since 1649, only PARLIAMENT has the Capacity to make Law.

British Common law was NOT created by Judges, it was only observed and documented by individuals sent out by the newly Norman Crown after the Norman Conquest of 1066  to observe and codify the laws and customs of the various peoples of Britain..  This was done with a view to aggregate existing customs which may vary across the land,  into a unified body of Laws.  The Authority quoted by the Commoners in their administration of Common Law were frequently direct quotations from the Bible and principles of Danelaw

The process of documentation took only a couple of hundred years, and the product was a STATIC body of Law which was historical, popular, and has served in the intervening centuries as a Benchmark against which Statutory Law may be measured for "Fairness".  It does NOT change.

More:   Issues:  Common Law Perverted by Activist Judges and Legal Oligarchy;
Issues:  "Judicial Interpretation" to pervert Statutes of Parliament;
Issues:  Judicial Activism is Breach of Trust;
Issues:  Judicial Globalization is Treason

Beware of the "Parental Rights" IMPOSTER!!!!

"Natural Parent's Rights" Vs "Parent's Rights"

Be on the lookout for the "Parent's Rights" IMPOSTER.  Insist on "Natural Parents Only", please!

It comes as a big surprise to us that many groups that present themselves as "Parents Rights" groups  REFUSE to defend the  NATURAL PARENT, and  and to demand RESTORATION of Natural Parents Rights taken from Canadians in the Homosexual Marriage legislation.

Instead their position to promote the "rights" of  a "Parent" in the widest sense of the word, making NO distinction  between NATURAL PARENTS and wannaabe Legal Parents.  They have bowed to University of Victoria's  assertion that  the SCC's Trociuk Decision "endorses a Heterosexual View of the Family and must be ignored", legitimizing the ongoing Child Trafficking by the State which views Canadian children as State Property and merchandise for  sale in the lucrative Child Adoption Market  They refuse to be hampered by prior obligations to that pesky Natural Parent who thinks they can Veto an Adoption.


It appears that many "Fathers Rights" groups commonly fall in with the United Nations and Liberal Irwin Cotler's assertion that the Child's Right is to be protected, but the Natural Parent has "NO RIGHTS", making the State, not the Natural Parents the Protector of the Child..

Without Cause or Consent, no Child shall be removed from a Natural Parent!!!

More:  About:  Beware of the IMPOSTER!!!!  "Natural Parent's Rights" Vs "Parent's Rights";
News:  Lessard, Hester - Heterosexual view of Parenthood must be ignored
News:  Smith, Judge Daphne, BCSC, for Child Trafficking;
Issues:  Trociuk, Darrell;
Issues:  Child Trafficking, Canadian;
Testimonials:  Rick Fredrickson of Saskatoon

Obama's Muslim Faith



Obama's Muslim Faith - Google Video
Obama's global currency / reserve notes - Google Video

"Quran commands Muslims to TERRORIZE unbelievers".

"Pretend you are your Enemy's Friend.... and then Kill him"

“Slay the idolaters wherever you find them, and take them, and confine them, and lie in wait for them at every place of ambush” (from Sura 9)

Fitna - Google Video

Revolution Muslim - Google Search;
Revolution Muslim - Google Video

More:  News:  Obama's Muslim Faith;
News:  Obama's Fake Birth Certificate & Presidential Ineligibility;
Testimonials:  Jessen, Gianna: Right to Life for Children surviving Abortions, Born Alive Truth
Issues:  William Wagener:  "On Second Thought";;
Funstuff:  Biltz, Mark:  Blood Moons over Isreal;
Issues:  Russo, Aaron:  "America, Freedom to Fascism"

Funstuff:  Life of Christ, ESV


Obama's Fake Birth Certificate & Presidential Ineligibility

Obama's Birth Certificate - Google Search
Obama's Birth Certificate - Google Video

More:  News:  Obama's Fake Birth Certificate & Presidential Ineligibility;
Issues:  William Wagener:  "On Second Thought";
News:  Obama's Muslim Faith;
News:  Obama's Forged Birth Certificate;
Funstuff:  Biltz, Mark:  Blood Moons over Isreal;
Issues:  Russo, Aaron:  "America, Freedom to Fascism"
Funstuff:  Life of Christ, ESV

Svend Robinson:  NDP MP, Lawyer & Thief

Svend Robinson - Jewl Thief

FOR broader  "Hate Crimes" Legislation

Svend Robinson - Google Search;
Svend Robinson - Google Video

Bill C250 - Google Search

Svend Robinson (right) cries while being supported by his partner Max Riveron.  Robinson claimed "stress"  caused him to steal the jewelry he intended to give his boyfriend.  Robinson continues to practice law in BC following a deal cut with his  Special Prosecutor

Svend's Bill C250 added Homosexuals to the super class of groups in Canada's retarded "Hate Law". who can destroy in Criminal Court regular Canadians for exercising Free Speech

More:  News:  Robinson, Svend  NDP MP, Lawyer & Thief for "Hate Crimes" Legislation;
Issues:  "Special Prosecutors"  for Lawyers & Judges;
Issues:  "Hate Crime" Thought Police, Tyranny of Human Rights Tribunals;
Issues:  Coulter, Ann:  Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Assembly;
News:  Shaw, Duncan:  BC Judge for retailing Child Pornography

Pink Conservatives Moore, Keddy & Prentice vote for Homo-Marriage and elimination of Natural Parents Rights

2005-06-28  How'd They Vote Bill C-38, Third Reading (Same-sex Marriage) Voting FOR Homosexual Marriage (& putting into our children's schools, Homosexual Sex Education  Homosexual School Counselors, etc. therefore)   is James Moore, (Port Moody--Westwood--Port Coquitlam) 

2005-06-29  Marriage now just a sexual relationship, National Post

2005-06-29  For better or worse House of Commons approves same-sex marriage 158-133, National Post

Even France has rejected Homo-marriage (preferring France's homosexuals to emigrate to Canada?!). International societies of Women Judges & Lawyers appear to have designated Canada as the globe's Homosexual habitat of choice: Meijers Latest news about globalizing Homo-Marriage & Homo-Parenting;   Coming up:  26-29 June 2005, Toronto, Canada, the conference of the International Lesbian and Gay Law Association (ILGLaw),

Fabian Society, Communitarian "Wolves in Sheep's' Clothing"

Globalizing National Socialism (Nazism) since 1884

Fabian Society - Google Search;
Fabian Society - Google Video 

More:  News:  Fabian Society, Communitarian "Wolves in Sheep's' Clothing";
News:  John Dewey, Educating Americans for Hegelian Communitarianism, (AKA Marxism)






Real Fathers for Justice - News



News Links:





news.google.ca
mensnewsdaily.com

CBC Radio
news1130.com, Vancouver
Glenn Sacks' Hisside
Fathers-4-Justice.ca News
Calgary Herald
CKNW.com
CKNW Audio Vault
CNN.com
CPAC.ca
CTV News
CTV Streaming News
Chipeur Advocates
Edmonton Journal
Fathers 4 Justice News
Federal Election, 2004
Financial Post
FoxNews.com, US
GlobeAndMail
Global Edmonton
Kidon Media Link
London Eve. Standard
MassNews.com
Maple Rid / Pitt Mead TIMES
Men's News Daily
Maxine Marz
National Post
Northern News Service
Ottawa Mens Centre
Ottawa Sun
Ottawa Citizen
Radio-Online.com
Shared Parenting
Surrey Leader
Toronto Star
Transcripts.TV
Tri-City News
Times Colonist, Victoria
Vancouver Sun
Vancouver Province
World TV Channel.com

Manitoba Canada Newspapers

Sniper Killer Margaret MacDonald acquitted of husband's murder

Claire Margaret MacDonald / AAP

2006-03-04  Tears as 'sniper' woman acquitted of murder; "Claire Margaret MacDonald, 39, pleaded not guilty to murdering her 40-year-old husband Warren MacDonald at the couple's property  ...  she donned camouflage gear and hid in a "sniper's nest" in bushes for 90 minutes before shooting her husband six times."  Claire Margaret MacDonald, 39 - Google Search

Goudreault, Gisele:  Mother's abduction of son Orey

2005-06-15   Mom imprisoned for '89 abduction  

In June 1989, Gisele Marie Goudreault, 46 disobeyed a court order to hand her son Orey over to his father, Rod Steinmann of Ponoka, who had been awarded custody. She fled with the boy to Mexico and lived there for four months before moving to California. ...  Justice Peter Martin condemned Goudreault's behaviour, which prevented Orey and his father from being together during the child's formative years.   "They had the right to know and love each other.  "That possibility was totally and irrevocably destroyed," Martin said.  "What this woman did to this man and this child is every parent's nightmare."  2004-02-19  US teen 'discovers own kidnap', BBC

More....

Trociuk, Darrel:  Constitutional Right to Paternity Registration in BC Vital Statistics

Trociuk Story:  Dad  wins in the Supreme Court of Canada - He takes on the provincial government of British Columbia to get his name on the birth record, Children's Rights Council;

Darrel should be able to sue Justice Southin PERSONALLY for DAMAGES, but will that ever happen?  All members of the Law Societies have sworn their First Allegiance to their Society members.

More on ..Trociuk Darrell

2006-04-20 “Men in Black” Black Fridays for Divorced Canadian Men and Non-Custodial (NCP) Fathers

Many thanks to the Western Standard for reporting Jeremy's Story.  Jeremy is a nominee for Equal Parenting's "Shadow-Parliament".  

News 2010

 

December 2010

November 2010

 

October 2010

 

September 2010

 

August 2010

 

July 2010

 

June 2010

 

May 2010

 

April 2010

 

March 2010

 

February 2010

 

January 2010

 

 

'Groundbreaking' new law will change definition of family

 

30-year-old act not relevant to today's reality, AG says

 
 
 
The B.C. government plans revolutionary changes to family law to better reflect the realities of modern society.

Its proposals to update the 30-year-old Family Relations Act include revising the legal definition of a parent, changing property-division rules, making children's interests the "only" consideration in parenting disputes, and even replacing the terms "custody" and "access" with "guardianship" and "parenting time."

Another key aspect of the proposals is to change the adversarial aspect of separations, making it easier for couples to use out-of-court options to resolve issues such as child custody and division of assets.

"This is groundbreaking, absolutely groundbreaking," said Vancouver lawyer Georgialee Lang, adding many lawyers have wanted to see these types of changes for years.

"I think they've done a very comprehensive job."

In releasing more than 170 pages of recommended changes that will be open for public reaction and comment until October, Attorney-General Mike de Jong underscored how much families have changed in recent years.

"Increasing numbers of children are living with single parents or step-parents, the traditional family structure has changed, divorce and separation are far more common than they once were and we have a far better understanding today than perhaps we once did about the challenges associated with family violence and the impact that conflict has on children," he said.

"We have family law built around a very adversarial model and we think there is a better way -- when a family changes or when a relationship comes apart -- there is a better way to resolve some of those issues then rushing off to court," said de Jong.

"We will always need the court, but we do not need a system that is primarily an adversarial system."

Under the proposed new law, couples seeking a court proceeding must first demonstrate they have considered resolving their issues using other means. The law will also make the rules around negotiated agreements more predictable and easier to understand.

Reaction to the recommendations was immediately positive.

Tracy Porteous, executive director of the Ending Violence Association, said the government "is taking a big step today to increase the safety of women and children with respect to enforcement of protection orders and looking at the best interest of the child."

She particularly liked the proposal to make the best interests of a child the "only" consideration in parenting disputes, and extending the definition of those interests to include factors such as the history of the child's care, family violence and consideration of related civil or criminal proceedings.

New Democratic Party critic for the attorney-general Leonard Krog said he supported the proposed changes, and agreed the best place for family law cases is outside the court.

But he said he is concerned the B.C. Liberal government will not provide enough resources to support people going through mediation or other out-of-court settlements.

"Given [the government's] record on broken promises, will they provide the kind of financing that is needed to support this system? Will there be accessible and affordable mediation services?" he asked.

"It's all well and good to talk about trying to keep people out of the courtroom, well fine, where are you going to put them and how much is it going to cost them?"

De Jong invited the public to review the detailed recommendations and to submit comments before Oct. 8. He said once the consultation is finished, government will finish drafting a bill that can be introduced into the legislature.

Coming after four years of consultation, the proposed changes reach into a variety of areas of family law.

The proposals would extend the rules of property division to couples who have been living together as common-law partners for more than two years, as well as to any common-law couples who have a child together.

That change would be significant, as the property division aspect of the existing Family Relations Act generally does not apply to unmarried spouses.

The proposed new law also changes the way property is divided in the event of a separation, which the government says will create more certainty.

Under the new scheme, a couple would split property owned by one or both spouses at the time of separation, but with some exceptions. Those exceptions include items such as gifts and inheritances to one spouse; pre-and post-relationship property, and settlements or damage awards from tort claims involving just one spouse.

Under the existing law, property eligible for division is defined as that "ordinarily used for a family purpose," a definition many have said is too vague.

The new proposals also seek to add legal clarity to situations where more than two people may be involved in the conception and birth of a child, such as artificial insemination or in vitro fertilization.

The new law would state that a birth mother would be the child's legal mother and could only give up her parental status through either adoption or surrogacy.

In an assisted conception that is not a surrogacy, the law would presume the birth mother's partner -- either opposite sex or same sex -- to be the child's other parent.

Third-party donors of eggs, sperm or embryo would not be considered a legal parent, though they would be allowed to apply for such a designation and the new law would allow for more than two legal parents to be named.

The proposed new law would also replace terms like "custody" and "access" with "guardianship" and "parenting time," a move many say will lead to a less adversarial process.

The law would also make child access as much a responsibility as a right by allowing a court to intervene and take action if a parent "fails to exercise the parenting time or contact without notice to the applicable guardian."

Those interested in seeing the recommendations or providing feedback can do so at: www.ag.gov.bc.ca/legislation

jfowlie@vancouversun.com



Read more: http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:FgNWJjri2MgJ:www.vancouversun.com/life/Groundbreaking%2Bwill%2Bchange%2Bdefinition%2Bfamily/3299062/story.html+government+proposes+chantes+to+family+relations&cd=3&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=ca#ixzz0x5TQ14w7
 
 

'Groundbreaking' new law will change definition of family

 

30-year-old act not relevant to today's reality, AG says

 
 
 
The B.C. government plans revolutionary changes to family law to better reflect the realities of modern society.

Its proposals to update the 30-year-old Family Relations Act include revising the legal definition of a parent, changing property-division rules, making children's interests the "only" consideration in parenting disputes, and even replacing the terms "custody" and "access" with "guardianship" and "parenting time."

Another key aspect of the proposals is to change the adversarial aspect of separations, making it easier for couples to use out-of-court options to resolve issues such as child custody and division of assets.

"This is groundbreaking, absolutely groundbreaking," said Vancouver lawyer Georgialee Lang, adding many lawyers have wanted to see these types of changes for years.

"I think they've done a very comprehensive job."

In releasing more than 170 pages of recommended changes that will be open for public reaction and comment until October, Attorney-General Mike de Jong underscored how much families have changed in recent years.

"Increasing numbers of children are living with single parents or step-parents, the traditional family structure has changed, divorce and separation are far more common than they once were and we have a far better understanding today than perhaps we once did about the challenges associated with family violence and the impact that conflict has on children," he said.

"We have family law built around a very adversarial model and we think there is a better way -- when a family changes or when a relationship comes apart -- there is a better way to resolve some of those issues then rushing off to court," said de Jong.

"We will always need the court, but we do not need a system that is primarily an adversarial system."

Under the proposed new law, couples seeking a court proceeding must first demonstrate they have considered resolving their issues using other means. The law will also make the rules around negotiated agreements more predictable and easier to understand.

Reaction to the recommendations was immediately positive.

Tracy Porteous, executive director of the Ending Violence Association, said the government "is taking a big step today to increase the safety of women and children with respect to enforcement of protection orders and looking at the best interest of the child."

She particularly liked the proposal to make the best interests of a child the "only" consideration in parenting disputes, and extending the definition of those interests to include factors such as the history of the child's care, family violence and consideration of related civil or criminal proceedings.

New Democratic Party critic for the attorney-general Leonard Krog said he supported the proposed changes, and agreed the best place for family law cases is outside the court.

But he said he is concerned the B.C. Liberal government will not provide enough resources to support people going through mediation or other out-of-court settlements.

"Given [the government's] record on broken promises, will they provide the kind of financing that is needed to support this system? Will there be accessible and affordable mediation services?" he asked.

"It's all well and good to talk about trying to keep people out of the courtroom, well fine, where are you going to put them and how much is it going to cost them?"

De Jong invited the public to review the detailed recommendations and to submit comments before Oct. 8. He said once the consultation is finished, government will finish drafting a bill that can be introduced into the legislature.

Coming after four years of consultation, the proposed changes reach into a variety of areas of family law.

The proposals would extend the rules of property division to couples who have been living together as common-law partners for more than two years, as well as to any common-law couples who have a child together.

That change would be significant, as the property division aspect of the existing Family Relations Act generally does not apply to unmarried spouses.

The proposed new law also changes the way property is divided in the event of a separation, which the government says will create more certainty.

Under the new scheme, a couple would split property owned by one or both spouses at the time of separation, but with some exceptions. Those exceptions include items such as gifts and inheritances to one spouse; pre-and post-relationship property, and settlements or damage awards from tort claims involving just one spouse.

Under the existing law, property eligible for division is defined as that "ordinarily used for a family purpose," a definition many have said is too vague.

The new proposals also seek to add legal clarity to situations where more than two people may be involved in the conception and birth of a child, such as artificial insemination or in vitro fertilization.

The new law would state that a birth mother would be the child's legal mother and could only give up her parental status through either adoption or surrogacy.

In an assisted conception that is not a surrogacy, the law would presume the birth mother's partner -- either opposite sex or same sex -- to be the child's other parent.

Third-party donors of eggs, sperm or embryo would not be considered a legal parent, though they would be allowed to apply for such a designation and the new law would allow for more than two legal parents to be named.

The proposed new law would also replace terms like "custody" and "access" with "guardianship" and "parenting time," a move many say will lead to a less adversarial process.

The law would also make child access as much a responsibility as a right by allowing a court to intervene and take action if a parent "fails to exercise the parenting time or contact without notice to the applicable guardian."

Those interested in seeing the recommendations or providing feedback can do so at: www.ag.gov.bc.ca/legislation

jfowlie@vancouversun.com



Read more: http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:FgNWJjri2MgJ:www.vancouversun.com/life/Groundbreaking%2Bwill%2Bchange%2Bdefinition%2Bfamily/3299062/story.html+government+proposes+chantes+to+family+relations&cd=3&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=ca#ixzz0x5TQ14w7
 

'Groundbreaking' new law will change definition of family, 30-year-old act not relevant to today's reality, AG says,  July 20, 2010

2010-07-20  'Groundbreaking' new law will change definition of family, 30-year-old act not relevant to today's reality, AG says,

The B.C. government plans revolutionary changes to family law to better reflect the realities of modern society.

Its proposals to update the 30-year-old Family Relations Act include revising the legal definition of a parent, changing property-division rules, making children's interests the "only" consideration in parenting disputes, and even replacing the terms "custody" and "access" with "guardianship" and "parenting time."

Another key aspect of the proposals is to change the adversarial aspect of separations, making it easier for couples to use out-of-court options to resolve issues such as child custody and division of assets.

"This is groundbreaking, absolutely groundbreaking," said Vancouver lawyer Georgialee Lang, adding many lawyers have wanted to see these types of changes for years.  "I think they've done a very comprehensive job."

In releasing more than 170 pages of recommended changes that will be open for public reaction and comment until October, Attorney-General Mike de Jong underscored how much families have changed in recent years.

"Increasing numbers of children are living with single parents or step-parents, the traditional family structure has changed, divorce and separation are far more common than they once were and we have a far better understanding today than perhaps we once did about the challenges associated with family violence and the impact that conflict has on children," he said.

"We have family law built around a very adversarial model and we think there is a better way -- when a family changes or when a relationship comes apart -- there is a better way to resolve some of those issues then rushing off to court," said de Jong.

"We will always need the court, but we do not need a system that is primarily an adversarial system."

Under the proposed new law, couples seeking a court proceeding must first demonstrate they have considered resolving their issues using other means. The law will also make the rules around negotiated agreements more predictable and easier to understand.

Reaction to the recommendations was immediately positive.

Tracy Porteous, executive director of the Ending Violence Association, said the government "is taking a big step today to increase the safety of women and children with respect to enforcement of protection orders and looking at the best interest of the child."

She particularly liked the proposal to make the best interests of a child the "only" consideration in parenting disputes, and extending the definition of those interests to include factors such as the history of the child's care, family violence and consideration of related civil or criminal proceedings.

New Democratic Party critic for the attorney-general Leonard Krog said he supported the proposed changes, and agreed the best place for family law cases is outside the court.

But he said he is concerned the B.C. Liberal government will not provide enough resources to support people going through mediation or other out-of-court settlements.

"Given [the government's] record on broken promises, will they provide the kind of financing that is needed to support this system? Will there be accessible and affordable mediation services?" he asked.

"It's all well and good to talk about trying to keep people out of the courtroom, well fine, where are you going to put them and how much is it going to cost them?"

De Jong invited the public to review the detailed recommendations and to submit comments before Oct. 8. He said once the consultation is finished, government will finish drafting a bill that can be introduced into the legislature.

Coming after four years of consultation, the proposed changes reach into a variety of areas of family law.

The proposals would extend the rules of property division to couples who have been living together as common-law partners for more than two years, as well as to any common-law couples who have a child together.

That change would be significant, as the property division aspect of the existing Family Relations Act generally does not apply to unmarried spouses.

The proposed new law also changes the way property is divided in the event of a separation, which the government says will create more certainty.

Under the new scheme, a couple would split property owned by one or both spouses at the time of separation, but with some exceptions. Those exceptions include items such as gifts and inheritances to one spouse; pre-and post-relationship property, and settlements or damage awards from tort claims involving just one spouse.

Under the existing law, property eligible for division is defined as that "ordinarily used for a family purpose," a definition many have said is too vague.

The new proposals also seek to add legal clarity to situations where more than two people may be involved in the conception and birth of a child, such as artificial insemination or in vitro fertilization.

The new law would state that a birth mother would be the child's legal mother and could only give up her parental status through either adoption or surrogacy.

In an assisted conception that is not a surrogacy, the law would presume the birth mother's partner -- either opposite sex or same sex -- to be the child's other parent.

Third-party donors of eggs, sperm or embryo would not be considered a legal parent, though they would be allowed to apply for such a designation and the new law would allow for more than two legal parents to be named.

The proposed new law would also replace terms like "custody" and "access" with "guardianship" and "parenting time," a move many say will lead to a less adversarial process.

The law would also make child access as much a responsibility as a right by allowing a court to intervene and take action if a parent "fails to exercise the parenting time or contact without notice to the applicable guardian."

Those interested in seeing the recommendations or providing feedback can do so at: www.ag.gov.bc.ca/legislation

B.C.'s Family Relations Act gets an overhaul,  Reform means government will recognize three-parent relationships, July 30, 2010

2010-07-30  B.C.'s Family Relations Act gets an overhaul,  Reform means government will recognize three-parent relationships

Reforms to B.C.'s Family Act means government will recognize three-parent relationships.

 

Steve Burri's two daughters are always outnumbered when it comes to arguing with their parents.

That's because Jazz, 17, and Zea, 7, have two moms and a dad, something the B.C. government has said it may legally recognize as one of many proposed reforms to B.C.'s Family Relations Act.

Under the current law, the government will not recognize all partners in a three-parent relationship as equal guardians of a child -- only the two biological parents.

Under the new proposal, however, the law could recognize same-sex couples and the biological mother or father of their child as equal parents if all three parties set out that wish in writing before the birth of their child.

Burri and his former wife, Wendy, were married for three years before having their first daughter, Jazz.

Four years after she was born, however, Steve and Wendy ended their marriage and both came out as homosexual.

Years later when Steve, Wendy and Wendy's partner Coreen decided in 2002 to have another child, they agreed that Steve and Coreen would be the child's biological parents and all three adults would share parenting roles for both children.

"At the time we avoided going before a judge because the state of the law was so ill-defined and we felt we were best able to manage our own lives," said Burri.

And so, with two biological parents and one "legal guardian" listed on her birth certificate, Zea was given her father's last name as her middle name and the last names of her moms as a hyphenated last name.

But while Burri still lives within minutes of Wendy and Coreen and evenly splits custody of the children between the two homes, he said all three still harbour doubts about such important things as whether their legal wills will be recognized under current two-parent laws.

"We've always been able to discuss our situation and agree on things but we've always had concerns that if something were to happen to one or more of us ... like a death or an illness, then the law may not follow the direction we'd want it to," said Burri. "Because it's not clearly defined when you have a situation with more than two parents, we've always been careful to let all of our friends and family know what our intentions are."

John-Paul Boyd, a Vancouver lawyer specializing in family law, called the government's proposal for allowing more than two people full parental rights a revolutionary departure from the province's 1850s-based marriage laws.

He said he'd be surprised if such an idea had even been mentioned anywhere else in Canada. "If these changes are accepted, it will enshrine the legal concept that there can be more than two parents [in a family] and that is groundbreaking."

As they stood Monday, the proposed "parenthood" changes in the government's report would still require a written contract signed by all three parties before the birth of the child for all three to be considered legal parents.

Burri said that while he is optimistic about the proposed changes to B.C.'s marriage laws, the written-contract clause won't help most existing three-parent families.

"I don't know that we could find a document before the birth of our daughter that shows in writing our intentions, although it was clear among ourselves as parents as well as our friends and families that that was what we were aiming for," said Burri. He added that they had set out specific conditions with each other, such as an agreement that they'd all live together for at least two years after Zea's birth, after which they'd be neighbours.

"We'd hope the proposals would be retroactive or that there'd be a capacity to make them retroactive so that, although our daughter is seven years old, we'd be able to show that all three of us are legal parents to our two children."

Family-law reforms pushing conflict resolution out of the courtroom, Jul. 19, 2010

2010-07-19  Family-law reforms pushing conflict resolution out of the courtroom

Calling the current family-court system “the most expensive dispute resolution” we have, B.C. Attorney-General Mike de Jong has released draft reforms to family law that include a new emphasis on ways to resolve issues without going to court.

Mr. de Jong said Monday he isn’t aiming to cut costs with the reforms, part of the first major review of the Family Relations Act since the 1970s.  Rather, he said in an interview, it’s time for change to take account of changing family dynamics and realities over the past three decades.

“In the past 30 years, relationships have changed, society’s approach to relationships and what should occur when they break down has changed. We have a statute that determines the law in an area that affects more people and more families than probably any other area of the law, and it’s out of date,” he said.  “The modernization of the statute is important.”

Immigration judge <Steve Ellis> sentenced, July 29, 2010

Steve Ellis, a former immigration judge in Ontario, is sentenced for trying to coerce sex from a refugee claimant in exchange for citizenship.

Ontario premier <Dalton McGuinty> defends sex-ed curriculum, Apr. 20, 2010

2010-04-20  Ontario premier <Dalton McGuinty> defends sex-ed curriculum

"We [can] provide it in a format and in a venue in which we have some control," Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty said of Ontario's new sex education curriculum.

Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty defended the province’s new sex education curriculum Tuesday, saying children as young as eight years old should be learning about a variety of issues, including gender identity and sexual orientation. 

“I think I speak with an understanding of the information available to children today. They are going to get this information. We [can] provide it in a format and in a venue in which we have some control, or they can just get it entirely on their own and be informed by potentially uninformed sources like their friends at school.”

The revised curriculum, which will be implemented in Ontario schools beginning in the fall, will see Grade 3 students being taught about gender identity and sexual orientation. This is the first time this topic has been specified in the sex education curriculum.

Students in Grade 6 will learn about masturbation and wet dreams while those in Grade 7 will be taught about oral and anal sex.

The curriculum was developed after more than a year of consultations between academics, students, educators and ministries from other provinces. For example, children learn about puberty, including menstruation, in Grade 4 in schools in B.C. and Alberta.

Rev. Ekron Malcolm with the Institute for Canadian Values said Tuesday that he and a number of other “family-focused” groups have launched a campaign against the new curriculum and are set to protest in Toronto on May 10.

Rev. Malcolm said he has received more than 200 e-mails and letters of support from concerned parents across the province, prompting him and Charles McVety, the president of Canada Christian College, to start an online petition.

“I can’t imagine a child now has to question their gender, question their identity,” he said. “I think there’s enough confusion among our children in the world, for them now having to question themselves. This is where I would draw the line.”

Rev. Malcolm said his group is against the topic of sexual diversity in elementary schools, and objects to teachings on oral and anal sex until kids reach an older age.

“Schools don’t need to be teaching my children about sexual orientation or sex education. Those decisions should be left to the family, to the parents, to guide children. These topics can be taught at the high school level, at the university level, when children can make up their minds.”

Gary Wheeler, a spokesman for the Ontario Ministry of Education said the curriculum covers a variety of topics, including emotional and physical health, along with a focus on “the uniqueness of the individual.” The aim of the document is to provide teachers with clearer language and suggestions on how to approach these subjects in classes.

“If there is a component of any course, in conflict with the personal beliefs of the parents, something they don’t believe in, the parents can withdraw the student from that component of the course,” Mr. Wheeler said.

Alex McKay with the Sex Information and Education Council of Canada said although the teachings seem controversial, the move only puts Ontario in line with sex education curricula from other provinces.

“It is developmentally appropriate for students in Grade 3 to have an awareness that not all people are heterosexual,” he said. Before any type of education takes place in the schools, many kids are going to be walking through the doors with that awareness anyway. The curriculum is appropriate and knowledge is preferable to ignorance.”

Mr. McKay said this new outline for teachers is based on “sound scientific education methods.”

“The issue is that we live in a culture that is saturated with sexual imagery and that it is more important than ever that young people have a solid foundation of basic knowledge about human development and sexuality, and that this curriculum helps to deliver that,” he said. “It would be compromising the health and well-being of our youth if we shy away from providing this important information and skill set.”

Read more: http://www.nationalpost.com/news/story.html?id=2930506#ixzz0vSjaxuhD
 

Dalton McGuinty’s abrupt spin-a-rama on Sex-Ed leaves ministers flapping, April 25, 2010

2010-04-25  Dalton McGuinty’s abrupt spin-a-rama on Sex-Ed leaves ministers flapping

It turns out Rahim Jaffer mightn’t be the only person in Canada thinking he was hung out to dry last week.  The abrupt spin-a-rama by Premier Dalton McGuinty on his government’s proposed new sex-ed curriculum left a few of his ministers and staff flapping in the breeze.

The premier himself spent Tuesday explaining why the initiative — which would have introduced Grade 1 pupils to the correct terminology for genitalia and Grade 3 students to lessons on homosexuality — was the right thing to do.

On Wednesday, his Education Minister, Leona Dombrowsky, spoke at length on the merits of the move. Not least of the points she made was how thorough the consultation process had been.  “We began work in 2007. We have consulted extensively with all partners, certainly including parents. We have received some 2,400 responses to the curriculum document.

“This document is not one that was devised totally in ministry offices,” she said. “We received a lot of input from people. We have listened to them.”

There may be those opposed to the plan — “the extent of consultation notwithstanding,” she said — but “I have the responsibility of talking about why it’s important to change” a curriculum that’s a dozen years old and has been overtaken by revolutionary change in media and society.

On Thursday, while the premier was in London, cabinet minister Sandra Pupatello firmly carried the same message in the Legislature.  “Tell me you are not in the Dark Ages,” she scolded PC critics.

Former education minister Kathleen Wynne, the first openly lesbian cabinet minister in Ontario history, called the PCs “despicable.”  “You’re aligning yourself with homophobes,” she shouted.

At noon on Thursday, all seemed on course, a McGuinty staffer distributing a letter from the Ottawa Catholic School Board saying it “was not opposed to the new curriculum.”

Just a few hours later, McGuinty announced his conversion on the road to southwestern Ontario.  The new curriculum was being withdrawn, he said, to be given “a serious rethink.”

It’s easy to see the politics at play.  McGuinty already has trouble looming with the implementation July 1 of the new Harmonized Sales Tax. He’s in the midst of a war with pharmacists in the province. The last thing he needed was a third front opening on the incendiary battleground of schools, sex and religion.

Politicians are always loath to reverse themselves. The same opposition critics who demand a change will immediately denounce a government as weak and vacillating the minute it does so.

McGuinty can, as he has, portray it as a simple matter of having listened to the public and responded.

The trouble is that the reasons he gave for doing so rendered laughable the words his ministers were uttering just hours before.

It would be entirely understandable for Dombrowsky, Pupatello and Wynne — three of his strongest women ministers — to feel embarrassed by McGuinty.

Dombrowsky talked about extensive consultation. McGuinty said it was inadequate.

Pupatello said opponents were in the Dark Ages. If so, her boss apparently needs a flashlight too.

Wynne accused opponents of siding with homophobes. Within hours, McGuinty aligned himself with them, not her.

It would hardly be unreasonable if ministers so burned found themselves less eager to sell the next bright idea the boss puts on their plate.

The premier might have rid himself of a political hot potato.

But he’s probably got some steamed colleagues on his hands.

Jim Coyle's provincial affairs column appears Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

Restoring Faith in Big Business, Carly Fiorina

Restoring Faith in Big Business, Carly Fiorina

News 2010 Links

2010-12-31  Billy the Kid won’t be pardoned: Governor

2010-12-31  Older man with an innocent younger woman? Fine, if you hold the sex

2010-12-29  Canada condemns Khodorkovsky conviction as ‘worrying’ about Russia’s rule of law

2010-12-30  No more dog fights in court, judge asks

20101230 Woman arrested in death of 12-year-old Texas boy

2010-12-29  Grits dismiss NDP-Tory détente as electioneering

2010-12-29  Ontario mental health system faces overhaul

2010-12-28  Canada condemns Khodorkovsky conviction as ‘worrying’ about Russia’s rule of law

2010-12-28  Ottawa police management mocked in video

2010-12-28  Winner and losers 2010 <Julian Assange>

20101228 'Teen Mom' star charged with domestic battery

20101228 Judge tells perv: 'You have disgraced the military'

2010-12-28  Elton John and his partner become dads

20101228 Tories soften tone with NDP ahead of 2011 budget

20101227 Elton John and partner David Furnish celebrate their first child together

20101227 For former Russian oil tycoon, Khodorkovsky, a preordained guilty verdict

20101227 Judge orders girl, 14, to live with sect

20101226 A new-year toast to paid parental leave

20101226 No CIA conspiracy he raped us, say Assange women

20101225 Male victims get lost in domestic-abuse data

20101224 Assange says 'high chance' he would be killed in US jail

20101224 The truth lies trapped in a web of intrigue

20101224 Assange named a man of the year

20101223 Supreme Court tweets may be possible in non-jury trials: Chief Justice Marilyn Warren  Australia

20101223 Assange to become MEAA member

20101223 Assange issues warning to journalists - 'They're going to be next'

20101222 Women in a tizzy over STDs, says WikiLeaks boss Julian Assange

20101222 Sheppard subway extension: A quarter the stops for three times the cost

20101221 Julian Assange hits back at US Vice President Joe Biden's attack

20101221 Assange to write memoir: report

20101221 WikiLeaks' Assange: I'm the victim of leaks

20101221 Woman who faked cancer gets house arrest, tells court she's pregnant

20101221 House arrest for Timmins woman who faked cancer

20101220 Justin Trudeau plays ShamWow pitchman for indebted Liberals

20101220 Intervention or intrusion? Hospital asks patients about abuse

20101220 Tories target vulnerable ridings that could boost majority prospects

20101219 WikiLeaks' Assange gets leaked on

20101219 Assange's 'promiscuous lifestyle, refusal to test for HIV led to charges'

20101217 10 days in Sweden: the full allegations against Julian Assange

20101217 WikiLeaks chief says he fears U.S. ready to indict

20101221 Female teacher jailed for sex with boys

20101219 Abused women still see partners as "dependable"

20101218 Fur flies over Justin Trudeau’s Christmas card

20101217 It's not enough for men to be men

20101216 In family court, a judge turns to ridicule to defuse the rage Bruni v. Bruni, 2010 ONSC 6568 (CanLII)

20101215 Assange lawyer tries to juggle his many hats

20101215 Swedish challenge to Assange bail to be heard Thursday

20101215 As Christmas nears, courtrooms fill with parents battling over kids

20101216 WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange granted bail

20101215 Rengel killer's sentence appeal denied

20101214 Assange issues plea from jail

20101213 Welfare rules forcing people into destitution, report finds

20101212 Manipulation led to years of delays and other criminals will try it, too the murder of John Ruffolo who just wanted a divorce

20101212 Brains alone won’t get you into McMaster medical school

20101212 Justice minister prioritizes ‘tough-on-crime’ legislation before break

20101212 NDP leader Jack Layton tells Edmonton credit card companies are Christmas Grinches

20101212 Ontario expands mediation services to 49 courts

20101212 Wife charged after Didsbury senior found shot dead - Heather Wilson Duncan charged

20101212 Julian Assange: A hero or a villain?

20101211 Julian Assange - victim or villain? Gold coast news

20101211 The warped world of Julian Assange

20101211 Court rejects mental illness defence for child abuse

20101211 Child support too low a priority FRO propaganda

20101210 Harkat to fight security certificate ruling

20101210 Ont. mom convicted of killing daughters appeals

20101210 It's politicians who hide truth

20101209 Social worker is accused of aiding child's abduction Gina Woolaston

20101209 High Court Publicity Order re Perl Rose Gavaghan Da Massa pdf

20101209 Harkat security certificate upheld

20101209 Baton-wielding officer seen in new photo

20101209 The Aussie who blitzed Visa, MasterCard and PayPal with the Low Orbit Ion Cannon

20101208 Top judges giving up silence to embrace the people’s court

20101208 ‘We have a problem,’ acting police chief admits

20101208 Don't shoot messenger for revealing uncomfortable truths

20101208 Julian Assange arrested on sex assault charges, vows to fight extradition

20101208 The curious sex case against Julian Assange

20101207 Assange's arrest won't stop WikiLeaks cables Gold coast news

20101207 Public Statement by Ottawa Police Acting Chief Gilles Larochelle -official propagana

20101207 Outside review of cellblock incidents common practice, experts say

20101206 Vancouver police launch program to combat violence against women

20101205 Most voters want Harper and Ignatieff to step aside, poll finds

20101205 Harper pulls away as ‘fall swoon’ hits Ignatieff in poll

20101205 Harper government delays firearms marking regulations

20101205 Australia says Assange entitled to consular help if arrested

20101204 Digitizing the law

20101204 Land that belonged to 'Unabomber' for sale

20101203 Harper backs ambassador on criticism of Karzai

20101203 WikiLeaks website forced to move again

20101202 How to raise $20,000 in a single night

20101125 AG should resign over assault case: Prof

20101125 Domestic Violence - 100 Thousand women  - youtube hit

20101201 Ontario police can impound vehicles for longer list of offences starting today

20101201 School suspends teen who criticized athletics program

20101201 Bullish PM rolls out welcome mat for Julian Fantino

20121129 Real men do cry - The hidden pain: domestic abuse of men

20101129 Asst. Crown busted for drunk driving

20101129 Cop faces rape charges against three women

20101126 Husband of Belleville police chief gets 30 days for beating her in jealous rage

20101124 Court urged not to jail genital burner

20101123 B.C. woman with 2 partners decries polygamy law

20101123 Canada would become magnet for polygamy if law struck down, court told 20101123_magnet.htm

20101122 Crown ‘making strange faces’ causes murder mistrial

 

20101119 The man is blamed

20101121 Peel eyes one-stop centre to tackle domestic violence

20101119 Arbitrator assails Fantino’s ‘willy-nilly’ disbanding of police squad six years ago

201018 Province ordered to pay lawyers more money

20101117 Debtor's prison for dads The Suicide of Paul Donavan

20101117 Murdered daughters 'were my life'

20101117 Judge decides cop's fate Friday - Shyldon Safruk, -Judge Grant Radley-Walters

20101117 Teacher busted for kid porn says he's sorry

20101117 DiManno: Caring father hardly the 'monster' described by ex-wife

20101117 Strip-search in police cell 'a travesty,’ judge rules

20101117 Police assault victim wants justice

20101117 Ottawa police brutalize lone, 100-pound female – and aren’t fired?

20101117 Christie Blatchford: Arrested for making the police look bad

20101117 Judges push back against hospitals turning away mentally ill offenders

20101116 Police taped cutting off prisoner's bra

20101116 Woman charged with killing husband

20101116 Stormy marriage detailed in video of accused man  Panghali

20101116 Ontario looks into why fraud charges dropped   Mortgage Faud

20101116 Mother who drowned daughters guilty of first-degree murder

20101115 Cellphone records will help prove man killed pregnant wife, Crown tells trial   the murder of pregnant Ms. Panghali

20101115 Campione guilty of murdering daughters

20101115 Ontario mother who drowned daughters found guilty of first-degree murder

20101115 The gentler side of killer mom's estranged husband  The Leo Campione story

20101113 CAS pressed defendant to relinquish custody of daughters, murder trial told

20101113 Killer mom awaiting jury's decision

20101112 Mother of accused tells murder trial her daughter was ‘disengaged’

20101112 Jury deciding fate of mother asks judge to clarify ‘morally wrong’

20101113 Jury in Campione sisters drowning trial to deliberate for a fifth day

20101111 Law reforms to protect children

 

20101111 Woman charged after boy assaulted with hockey stick  Timmins

20101110 Abuse victim wants laws changed

20101109 Barbara Kay: Courts get a new way to discriminate against fathers

20101108 Ontario parents who fail to pay support can lose car

 

20101107 Mom allegedly kills baby in washer

20101105 Prisons plagued by overcrowding, poor conditions, ombudsman reports

20101105 DiManno: What drove a mother to drown her daughters

20101105 DiManno: Mom's video shakes insanity plea

20101105 Woman pleads guilty to incinerating husband (four years!)

20101105 Tactics 'out of whack' with threat to police

20101105 Police kill Oshawa man holding screwdriver - Durham Regional Police Sergeant Alistair Renshaw

20101104 Quebec grants common-law alimony rights

20101104 Longtime foster parent faces more sex charges - Garry Prokopishin

20101102 Conviction tossed out over ‘police brutality’ Constable Will Vander Wier Peel Regional Police & John Sutherland Director of SIU and now Justice of the Ontario Court of Justice

20101101 Lawyers argue for broader scope in Ashley Smith death inquest

20101101 Officer breaks ‘little’ accountant’s arm, but no charges laid

20101031 Police ‘deeply regret’ mistakes that led to man’s 26 years in jail

20201030 Officer who ran over teens was cleared by SIU probe

20101030 Are these cops above the law?

20101029 Anonymity for sperm donors not up to the courts, Crown argues

20101028 Man arrested after south-Ottawa standoff - doing renovations at the ex's home

20101028 Officer who killed grandmother avoids charges, fined $500 -Toronto Police Sergeant Juan Quijada-Mancia. Quijada-Mancia

20101027 Boyfriend killed toddler — lawyer

20101027 CAS hopeful crisis can be averted

20101026 Ottawa Police Lay Charges in Airline Ticket Fraud Investigation

20101025 Khadr pleads guilty at Guantanamo Bay

20101025 Harper discusses human rights in Ukraine

20101025 Woman fighting to find sperm donor dad

20101025 Court case seeks to strip sperm donors’ anonymity

 

20101023 John Howard nominates divorce laws as most important social legislation  - Aus

20101022 Domestic violence has no gender - time to recognize women's role

20101022 Time to admit female violence exists and examine its role in domestic abuse

20101022 Wife attacked me: Accused killer

20101021 Dismantling the façade of a monster like Russell Williams

20101021 A pyschopath’s monotone act of contrition

20101021 Five things teachers and parents can do to engage boys

20101021 Father found baby in northwest Calgary dumpster

20101018 Are we medicating a disorder or treating boyhood as a disease?

20101018 U.S. schools seek role models for boys

20101018 Failing Boys: The endangered male teacher

20101018 Jogging and yoga help curb anxiety

20101018 Judges unplugged and on the record

20101017 Lawyers get $5b a year from family law - Aus

20101017 Rule changes needed to meet the benchmark

20101017 Acquitted can't afford civil suit

20101017 Judges fed up with drunken violence clogging our courts

20101016 A haze of disbelief and fear, pain and confusion

20101016 Former terrorism suspect David Hicks breaks silence on Guantanamo odyssey

20101016 For the first time, David Hicks tells

20101015 Dragun's suicide may have been avoided: coroner

20101015 Who's going to advocate for boys?

20101014 Deal in works for Khadr guilty plea

20101011 Fantino hints at federal run in Vaughan

20101008 North America's first serial killer ended 'career' in Toronto

20101008 No right to lawyer during police interrogation: Supreme Court

 

201011007 Woman blames sex with son on 'cocktail of drugs'

20101006 Dry-eyed justice': Judge questions impact of victims on rulings

20101006 Supreme Court ruling will clarify government’s right to keep Canadians in the dark

20101007 Make my day: cop from hell's great barrier grief

20101005 Census change not about complaints: Bernier

20101001 Drop in caseload worries Supreme Court of Canada observers

20100930 Russell Williams undergoing mental health evaluations: Source

20100930 Corporal punishment, the next generation

20100930 Legal Aid scheme ruled unlawful - UK

20100928 Prostitution laws struck down by Ont. court

20100927 Explode the mental illness stigma

20100927 Lottery proposed to fund divorce reform

20100924 It’s time to blow up divorce court

20100924 Jean Charest cites unwritten rule in defending judicial appointments

20100924 Man who fathered 23 children with 14 women sent to prison after missing more than $500,000 in child support payments

20100924 Leave deal for victims of domestic violence

20100919 Stephen Harper – the last Straussian?

20100927 Accused in girls’ deaths described as a model mother

20100917 Mother accused of drowning daughters weeps in court at photos of their bodies

20100917 Calgary man faces rare libel charges for criticizing police online

20100917 Calgary police critic hit with rare libel charges over U.S. website posts

20100917 Charges expected for website critical of Calgary police officers

20010916 Quebec police cadets subject to ‘suitability’ testing

20100915 Jack Layton hopes to capitalize on gun-registry schism

20100914 National Post editorial board: Murder is murder, psychosis is psychosis

20100913 Tories draw a bead on pro-registry opposition MPs

20100912 Cheaters do prosper– but are they psychologically ill?

20100911 Judges have been told to deal less severely with female criminals than men when determining how to sentence them

20100907 Liberals unleash David McGuinty on John Baird

20100907 A 'family affair' to counter human trafficking

20100907 Wife’s lies ruined his world  Dan Major's story

20100903 No jail for fake doctor

20100903 Trail in alleged parental abduction leads to Toronto

20100903 Screening out the empathy

20100903 PM’s top adviser leaving after months of Tory turmoil

20100902 Toronto Police News Release re Perl Rose Gavaghan Da Massa  .pdf

20100902 Controversial ACC rally fires up teachers. Was it worth it?

20100901 Killer mother Donna Fitchett sentenced to 27 years

20100831 Nude photos of judge contained in complaint  - Madam Justice Lori Douglas - sex scandal

20100831 Justin Trudeau admires his mother's 'self-awareness'

20100830 Students' early struggles with math count later on, study shows

20100830 Jack Layton’s potential legacy includes slaying a gun registry he supports

20100827 Judge jails 'tagger' another 30 days for Preston Street graffiti spree - Justidce Lajoie and  Mc Andrew

20100824 Double fatal crash driver 'thought he was in starship'

20100818 U.S. blood analysis lab withheld full reports from defence teams, review finds

20100818 Witnesses: Woman slapped baby on plane

20100817 Ottawa failing its troops, watchdog warns

20100817 Only children: not so lonely after all

20100815 Chief Justice McLachlin suggests ways to cut legal fees

20100813 Judge orders Skype visitation for kids, father

20100811 Belleville police chief says she was victim of ‘domestic incident’

20100810 No time for five babies: Keli Lane accused

20100810 River searched after report of woman throwing newborn from bridge

20100810 Dr. Charles Smith: The man behind the public inquiry

20100809 Omar Khadr’s lawyer says his confession was coerced

20100809 London sergeant reaches out to prostitutes to keep them safe

20100809 ‘The world doesn’t get it’ Omar Khadr's letter to his lawyer Deniss Edney of May 26, 2010

20010805 Woman faked cancer to raise money

20100803 Canadian immigration officials told to flag U.S. war resisters

20100803 Stockwell Day confounds critics, says new prisons needed for unreported crimes

20100803 Crime statistics not accurate, Day suggests

20100802 Ex-CFLer's girlfriend talks

20100729 The Alan Gross Case: Could Twelve Dozen = Five?

20100729 Arizona judge gets it exactly right

20100726 Make hate crimes history, NDP urges for Pride Week

20100726 For jailed artist’s family, Chinese justice is little more than revenge

20100722 Texans wonder if they executed an innocent man

20100722 Helena Guergis wants meeting with Harper

20100722 Daughters groomed as sex partners by their father

20100722  arrested at anti-poverty rally after Liberal party office occupied

20100720 Ontario plans four centres to help sexually abused men get counselling, support

20100719  Time for a road trip

20100719 Cheech & Chong take pot shots at Stephen Harper

20100618 Detained American a Sticking Point in Cuba Talks The Allan Gross Spy Story

20100715 Ottawa barbershop won't cut woman's hair

20100715 Oshawa man hit women in self-defence, lawyer argues

20100715 Liberals would shoot down fighter-jet plan, Garneau says

20100713 'Killer' mum admits spinning child in washing machine: reports

20100713 Complaint against liposuction doctor was a perceptive warning

20100713 How a killer used the system against itself

20100712 Ace earns perfect report card. How did she do it?

20100711 How to reform Children’s Aid

20100709 Ex-policewoman jailed for child sex assault

20100709 Iran’s grave-like prison cells

20100708 Central Queensland tragedy: Mother may have shot herself before crashing car

20100707 Russians on trial for inciting hatred with art

20100707 Lewis’s appointment is a vote for the status quo

20100707 Outgoing OPP chief won't rule out political future

20100708 Shared babies at risk of anxiety - says Femist study

20100707 All the Khadr news that's fit to print?

20100707 Will Tories try to bury spy scandal?

20100707 Senate approves bill to help abused, divorced aboriginal women

20100707 Man who recorded Dziekanski tasering chronicles G20 confrontations

20100704 We have some questions for you, Mr. Fadden

20100626 Queen set to arrive in Halifax

20100626 Justice behind closed doors for those facing G20-related charges

20100626 Ottawa caps number of skilled immigrants

20100625 Toronto fortified but quiet ahead of summit

20100624 It should have been Stephen Harper's shining hour

20100624 NDP MP Olivia Chow slams ‘baseless spy stories

20100622 Divorced B.C. father kept from seeing child

20100622 Canada ‘furious’ over U.S.-backed women’s rights super agency

20100622 Well-educated, older immigrants prefer Canada to U.S., poll finds

20100622 Sentencing act to cost billions: report

20100622 Airport volunteer fired for talking to press

20100621 Abusive mother of 8 jailed for 4 years

20100621 Matt Gurney: Man jailed by courts after courts bankrupt him

20100620 Tax workers use government computers to snoop on ex-spouses, family members

20100618 Arrests in Ottawa firebombing

20100618 Consent for sex didn’t apply to twin, appeal court rules

20100618 Address to legal aid conference

20100618 A double whammy that keeps filling jails

20100618 Top judge targets tough jail sentences

20100617 The loneliest man in Parliament: Stephen Harper

20100617 The gong show’s over – Parliament can use the break

20100617 You can't get away from the exes when you marry the divorced

20100617 Victoria lawyer suspends practice for jury tampering

20100617 Should killer get 'one last hurrah'?

20100617 Court says free expression at stake in suppressed police report

20100616 Jaffer ignores summons, says he 'inadvertently' gave incomplete testimony

20100614 Ottawa cop told to resign from force - Jeffrey Gulick

20100614 Partner-assault unit rife with stress, police officers testify at disciplinary hearing

20100614 PTSD studies should focus on soldiers 'immune' to it as well as those afflicted

20100614 New, more powerful civilian board will monitor RCMP

20100614 Abused wife granted a bigger divorce payout

20100614 California bill would ensure murderous spouses don’t profit in divorce

20100614 The new heavyweight champions - women are out-earning men

20100613 Chrétien’s wise advice to Ignatieff

20100611 Pardon overhaul toughens rules, changes nomenclature

20100611 Working poor shut out of dental cash

20100611 Alfred Apps: shock and awe

201011 Supreme Court muzzles media and public’s right to know

20100610 Bogus ‘dentists’ prey on immigrants

20100610 The Supreme Court sets back open courts

20100610 Court orders DNA test in paternity case

20100609 Despite denials, merger debate continues in restive Liberal ranks

2010609 Boom in 'lonely' singles as nuclear families wane

20100608 Vile gal gets jail in bid to split kids, dad

20100608 Man gets 5 years for abusing stepdaughter

20100608 Groups split on whether woman should be allowed to testify wearing veil

20100608 Ticket cancelling manual released

20100608 Mom, grandma arrested after dog kills infant

20100608 Lawsuit claims OPP officer accused ‘retards’ of lawn mower theft

20100608 A wanderer from Islam with a message for the West

20100607 Man sets himself alight in Brisbane

20100607 Kids of lesbians have fewer behavioral problems, study suggests - pigs fly too

20100606 Harper’s Message Event Proposals reveal ‘hyper-extreme’ political control

20100604 Hope for ending new mothers’ postpartum depression

20100604 Kathleen Worrall jailed for stabbing sister to death after failing to take medication

20100603 Trudeau open about disorders

20100603 Toronto teacher faces sexual assault charges

20100601 I ran a yellow and crashed. Can I fight the ticket?

20100531 What this woman wants

20100531 Belinda Stronach on why girls need their own summit

20100531 Mother and son, together after 33 years

20100531 Mouth-shaped urinal removed from Hamilton eatery - Honest Lawyer Restaurant

20100531 Dad stabbed to death as daughter watched -  This one actually made the front page.

20100529 Layton urges Ignatieff to play hardball with Tories on budget

20100529 We can’t afford to live in health-care denial

20100527 Former Ontario chief justice Gregory Evans dies at 96

20100527 Full parole for RCMP officer who threw wife from Toronto balcony

20100527 G8/G20 security bill to approach $1-billion

20100526 Michael Ignatieff vents spleen over summit costs

20100526 For Michael Bryant, an extraordinary kind of justice

20100525 Charges against Michael Bryant dropped

20100525 Charges against Bryant in fatal crash withdrawn CBC

20100525 One law, many views on keeping the public informed

20100520 Family plans set out by coalition BBC

20100519 Mom accused of killing her kids at resort in Spain

20100518 The best thing you can do for your kids? Put your marriage first: author

20100518 Postpartum depression can affect dads

20100517 RCMP gun confiscations prompt legal fight

20100517 Message to the G8: Put up the money and save the mothers

20100517 Pay legal bills for McCallion’s son, judge tells Mississauga - Another Justice Douglas Cunningham decision

20100517 Helena Guergis: demonized, ostracized and vilified

20100516 Proposed pardon reforms worry ex-offenders

20100516 'Love drug' may help mums bond to babies - the role of oxytocin

20100514 Tory MP takes election-style aim at long-gun registry

20100514 Police shootings link to mentally ill

20100514 Pimp mother jailed for 10 years

20100513 Anti-abortion activists praise Harper’s maternal-health stand

20100513 Marrying a younger man could shorten a woman’s life: study

20100511 ‘Prince of Pot’ will be extradited

20100511 RD demanded money from man in a coma  New Zealand Story of Brendan Hareb

20100511 Storage of newborns’ blood samples raises privacy concerns

20100511 Woman jailed for trying to cut unborn baby out of pregnant friend's belly

20100511 Teacher pleads guilty to murdering daughter's playmate

20100510 Guergis insists Jaffer didn't lobby

20100509 Montreal man dies after jumping from balcony

20100508 'Please, God, not my babies'

20100506 How’d they do it? 20 couples share their marriage secrets

20100506 As in Britain, hopes stir for Canada’s third party

20100506 Police groups join forces in support of long gun registry

20100505 Linguistic feud under way in legal community

20100504 Showdown looms in legal-services turf war

20100504 Khadr ends hearing boycott

20100504 'Sleep lessons' aim to sharpen up grumpy teenagers

20100504 Lack of sleep 'linked to early death'

20100504 Ignatieff promises broadband for all

20100504 Obama's plea for civility is exactly right

20100501 Why weddings matter more than ever

20100429 Stephen Harper stuck between
Speaker’s ruling and ‘legal obligations

20100429 Plea-bargain talks held in Khadr case, lawyer says

20100428 Winston Blackmore will not participate in polygamy hearing

20100428 Vancouver teacher claims Catholic school fired her because she is a lesbian

20100427 Manslaughter charge stayed in death of toddler Calgary

20100423 Ontario denies compensation to wrongfully convicted men

20100423 Allegations send judicial shockwaves throughout Quebec

20100423 Governments feel the sting of private prosecutions  

20100421 Tories seek to renew anti-terrorism powers - Law would restore 9/11-era abilities of police to arrest without charge, judges to compel testimony

201004221 Charges stayed against relentless critic of Ontario Provincial Police in Caledonia occupation

20100421 Rahim Jaffer shunned and humiliated

20100421 The perils of being soft on crime

20100421 Surge in infants taken from mothers after DOCS crackdown

20100420 There’s no justice at the Supreme Court when good linguists beat good judges

20100419 Defence lawyers want inquiry into failed interpreters

20100419 Officer to face impaired driving charges   - Ottawa Police Const. David Dubois

20100419 Homolka eligible for pardon as Tories crack down

20100419 Canadian outlook on crime hardening, poll suggests

20100416 Mother forced daughter, 13, to perform sex acts in truck in exchange for fuel

20100414 Legal battle kicks off between Quebec Premier, former justice minister

20100414 Guergis retains lawyer who negotiated Jaffer’s plea bargain

20100410 Judge gives former Tory MP $500 slap on wrist

20100409 Jaffer avoids criminal charges, leaving questions unanswered

20100409 Wife's suspicions behind child porn conviction

20100408 Soft sentence in racially motivated attack

20100408 Tennessee family adopts Russian boy, 7, then sends him back

20100408 Gay Ricky worth 10 judges, says Kirby

20100409 Federal Tories accused of hypocrisy on Jaffer case

20100409 Why are the exceptions to the support guidelines ignored?  - Lawyer's Weekly

20100409 Judging would-be judges - more self-serving propaganda from Harvy Brownstone

20100408 The story behind Ex-MP Rahim Jaffer's drunk-driving arrest  - A must read story of corruption in Ontario Justice

20100407 Public barred from Afghan detainee hearing

20100403 Biological brothers find each other across the street after 30 years

20100401 Grief-stricken mom kept babies' remains on move

20100331 Guergis embarrassed by letters

20100331 The prison spending boom

20100330 Studying the silent world of male domestic violence victims

20100330 Who will be next to slap Stephen Harper down?

20100327 The judge defence lawyers try to avoid - Australia

20100326 Class actions against law firms raise alarm bells  Ok guys, read this one carefully.

20100325 Opposition fumes as Tories release reams of redacted detainee files

20100325 Mr. Moms get little respect

20100323 Qantas kept sick pilot in the sky - mentally ill pilot wanted to crash

20100322 German home-schoolers seek asylum in Canada

20100322 Women and girls are just not important

20100322 The airline that flew too high, and other cautionary tales - Classic story of how absolute power corrupts absolutely.

20100321 Killer Olson reaps the benefits

20100321 A pedophile and his condo

20100321 Toronto police $100K club continues to grow

20100319 Is Michael Ignatieff engaging with youth
or using kids as props?

20100319 Woman spared jail time for killing driver in crash

20100319 Silver Powers - Mr. Harper fails to recognize a need for Equal Parenting legislation

20100317 Contraception and mothers' lives Harper doesn't care about children's right to equal parenting or Canada's looming economic time bomb.

20100317 Lawyer gets new hearing

20100317 Local judge frustrated with docket overload

20100317 Crowns, police to get domestic-violence training

20100316 No parole for mother who set fire to children

20100309 The serial killer they couldn't cure dies behind bars

20100309 Convicted serial killer won on 'Dating Game'

20100305 Senior barrister 'should be condemned' over courtroom behaviour that led to two retrials

20100303 41 judges who got promotions had given Tories money: study

20100301 Spotlight On Male Victims Of Domestic Abuse

20100226 Woman charged after man found dead

20100225 Violent French husbands 'may be tagged'

20100223 'Truth in sentencing' bill becomes law

20100223 It is not just women who are the victims of spousal violence

 

20100223 Legislation restricting credit for time served

20100219 Top court bucks tough-on-crime trend

20100218 Why Househusbands Are the Future

20100219 Protecting assessors from disgruntled parents  More propaganda from Nicholas Bala

20100219 - Bala's proposal as sent to the judiciary - more garbage from Bala

20100216 How can a marriage survive a baby?

20100216 Canadian base commander accused of murder directed police to evidence

20100216 SIU continues probe into murder-suicide

20100215 Psychologist, killer in affair

20100215 Domestic Violence-Time For a Change Don Dutton UBC

20100212 My advice to married women out there: Suck it up

20100212 Funeral arrangements set for slain woman

20100212 Woman charged after grandchildren drowned  Jennifer LaMarsh charged with murdering her daughter

20100211 Canadian aid groups told to keep quiet on policy issues

20100211 No longer a registered sex offender, but the stigma remains

20100211 Serial killers can easily live double lives: Experts

20100210 Serial killers become chameleons to get away with murder: Experts

20100210 Fear for partner drove officer to kill teen, inquest hears - (the murder of Duane Christian)

20100210 Protester becomes lawyer, turns tables on police

20100210 Qld revamps law for domestic abuse

20100210 Queensland's domestic killing defence an Australian first

 

20100209 Utah Legislature: House OKs bill to protect child visitation

20100209 Tire tracks led police to Williams

20100208 Therapist goes from foe to friend

20100208 US soldier charged with 'waterboarding' 4-year-old daughter

 

20100204 Charge against OPP chief dropped, but activist won't cede fight  (more on the private prosecution of Fantino by Gary McHale)

20100204 Mounties will no longer investigate their own

20100204 De Gwynedd domestic abuse service to include men

20100203 Alta. father didn't know drowned boys were with mother

20100203 Crown withdraws charges against Fantino

20100202 PP chief's pursuit of activist laid bare in e-mails (more on the private prosecution of Fantino by Gary McHale)

20100202 Williams could have had surgery in Canada, cardiac experts say

20100201 Obama unveils $3.83-trillion budget

20100128 Credentials unchallenged in case of man accused of posing as psychologist

20100126 Women's Studies is still with us

20100125 The burden of innocence

20100121 Natives still have Ontario's attention

2010120 Summons served on Ontario's top cop  (the private prosecution of Fantino by Gary Mchale)

20100120 Time to stand up for Parliament

20100122 Are Canadians getting tougher on crime?

20100118 Fiorito: Tenant faces eviction over $8 in arrears

20100117 B.C. set to reveal domestic-violence reforms

20100115 Charge against OPP commissioner put over until February

20100114 Activist outmatched in fight with top cop  (private prosecution of Fantino)

20100109 Groping victim too attractive not to notice, says judge  The moronic Justice Robert N. Fournier

20100109 Fantino vows to fight allegation of illegal influence

20100108 Activist a nagging thorn in Fantino's side

20100108 Fantino summoned on allegations of influencing elected officials

20100109 Pulled over by the cops: Now what?

20100107 Female psychopath admires Bernardo

20100107 Want more sex? Time to start vacuuming

20100101 Decoding the Decade - James Lockyer, His wrongful-conviction crusade shook up the system.

20100106 Misconduct draws 6-month suspension

20110106 RCMP wants less strict rules on disclosure to defence lawyers

20100105 Julian Fantino: Superstar?

20110105 Son facing double murder charges wasn’t sane at the time, father says

20101104 Sweden's stay-at-home dads

20101104 Part 5: Why Sweden pays dads cash to stay home with the kids

20110104 Father in botched paternity test case settles with lab

20110104 USS Enterprise Sailors Rally to Capt. Honors's Defense for Raunchy Videos

20110104 DNA clears US man after 30 years in jail

20110102 Unrepentant bank robber' gets right to sue

 

20110103 Woman, 26, charged in Ottawa man's death Jennifer Bird Stanley Ave

20110102 Ottawa police investigate New Edinburgh death

 

News 2010

More:  News:  News - 2010

News 2009

2009-12-17  Proposed changes to family law in Ontario applauded

2009-07-03  New <LGBT> camp offers 'sexual minority' <aged 14 to 29> their own space

2009-01-05  Kissinger calls on Obama to create a New World Order

More:  News:  News - 2009

News 2008

fathers rights 2008 - Google Search

More:  News:  News - 2008

News 2007

2007-12-12  Mom gets 18 months for abducting son

2007-12-08  'No incentive to settle'

2007-12-08  Divorce in Canada by the numbers

2007-12-08  With no fault, there's no sanctity

2007-12-08  The plight of divorced dads

2007-10-03  Adoption law needs overhauling to give children knowledge about their birth dad

2007-08-xx_Report from the DC Rally 2007, John Murtari

More:  News:  News - 2007

News 2006

2006-10-09  The war on fathers

2006-07-26  Former Teacher Pleads Guilty To Having Sex With Student

2006-05-07  Widow, hit man guilty of murdering her husband

2006-04-18  Appeal blow for man <Liam Magill> who paid maintenance for another's children

2006-04-13  Lenience for baby-killer <Selena Odette>

2006-04-07  Judge: Mom who killed baby insane

2006-04-10  Parent Trap? Litigation Explodes Over Paternity Fraud

2006-04-05 Child Support Gold Diggers

2006-04-05  Cops: Teacher allegedly had sex 28 times with 13-year-old

2006-03-31  What's Happening to Boys?

2006-03-31 Family law overhaul passes Senate

2006-03-28  Woman who killed son avoids jail time

2006-03-27  Divorced dads want equal time with kids

More:  News:  News - 2006

News 2005

2005-12-20  Judicial selection

2005-10-28 Court trims provinces' powers over judges Federal judge's ruling

2005-09-03  Board rehires teacher <Laura Sclater> who sent sexy letters to student

2005-06-28  How'd They Vote Bill C-38, Third Reading (Same-sex Marriage)

2005-11-11  "1939-1945 I fought for democracy.  To-day I fight for JUSTICE", Maurice Conway, British Royal Marines, Retired

2005-08-31  Are boys better off without fathers?  Peggy Drexler thinks so

2005-08-23  Debtors' prison claimed in appeal; A prison term given in a child support case is being challenged by a defense attorney who argues it amounts to debtors' prison for inability to pay.

2005-07-22  Indiana Mother Charged With Beating Sons To Death

2005-01-18  Child access law shake-up planned: Parents who refuse to allow former partners contact with their children could be electronically tagged under plans being considered by ministers. 

More:  News:  News - 2005


     
Copyright 2002  equalparenting-bc.ca 

 

        Disclaimer: EqualParenting-BC.Ca encourages  exercising democratic rights such as the freedom of expression, but does not by association or reference to other materials condone or sanction violence or hatred.