OTTAWA—On a snowy day in another life, I had the honour of meeting Rupert Ross. He was a Crown attorney in northern Ontario, and he was looking to retire after a long career. But not on this day. On this day, he was advocating for better social programs for Indigenous peoples so they wouldn’t end up in the court system. Rupert wrote about the court system and his experience, and he was open about his pain of not being able to fix things in the system that were broken. That more than over 15 years ago.
Enter your email address to
register a free account.