Goodale: Answering the tough questions on Bill C-83 and reforming our approach to corrections
By Public Safety Minister Ralph GoodaleMay. 15, 2019
A Senate committee has raised number of questions about the bill, and they merit serious responses.
Bill C-83 creates a new way of dealing with inmates who need to be separated from the general prison population for safety reasons. Photograph courtesy of Michael Coghlan
The Senate’s Social Affairs Committee is nearing the end of its study of Bill C-83, legislation that creates a new way of dealing with inmates who need to be separated from the general prison population for safety reasons.
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