A Hill Times Live Event

A Discussion on Criminal Justice Reform

Hill Times Events is pleased to bring you a free Policy Panel reader event on March 10, to discuss suggested reforms to Canada’s criminal justice system. Howard Sapers, Correctional Investigator for Canada will open the event and provide his insights that will frame the ensuing discussion.

Following, Catherine Clark will moderate a substantive discussion with Stan Stapleton, National President Union of Solicitor General Employees, Kim Pate, Executive Director, Canadian Association of Elizabeth Fry Societies, Dawn Lovell-Harvard President Native Women's Association of Canada and Louise Bradley, President The Mental Health Commission of Canada.


Hill Times Events is pleased to bring you a free Policy Panel reader event on March 10, to discuss suggested reforms to Canada’s criminal justice system. Howard Sapers, Correctional Investigator for Canada will open the event and provide his insights that will frame the ensuing discussion.

Following, Catherine Clark will moderate a substantive discussion with Stan Stapleton, National President Union of Solicitor General Employees, Kim Pate, Executive Director, Canadian Association of Elizabeth Fry Societies, Dawn Lovell-Harvard President Native Women's Association of Canada and Louise Bradley, President The Mental Health Commission of Canada.

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Speakers

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Howard Sapers
Correctional Investigator for Canada

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Stan Stapleton
National President Union of Solicitor General Employees

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Kim Pate
Executive Director, Canadian Association of Elizabeth Fry Societies

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Louise Bradley
President The Mental Health Commission of Canada


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Dawn Lovell-Harvard President of NWAC

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Moderated by
Catherine Clark


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