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Stan Stapleton

Stan Stapleton is the president of the National Union of Solicitor General Employees representing all of Canada's federal parole officers and other rehabilitative staff within and outside of Canada's federal penitentiaries.

Opinion | BY STAN STAPLETON | February 3, 2020
The public, media, and elected officials—including Quebec MP Pierre Paul-Hus and Quebec’s Justice Minister Sonia LeBel—expressed outrage that someone with such a violent past would be allowed back into the community, not to mention permitted by the Parole Board of Canada to regularly visit a local massage parlour to 'satisfy his sexual needs.' Photographs courtesy of Wikimedia Commons
Opinion | BY STAN STAPLETON | February 3, 2020
Opinion | BY STAN STAPLETON | February 3, 2020
The public, media, and elected officials—including Quebec MP Pierre Paul-Hus and Quebec’s Justice Minister Sonia LeBel—expressed outrage that someone with such a violent past would be allowed back into the community, not to mention permitted by the Parole Board of Canada to regularly visit a local massage parlour to 'satisfy his sexual needs.' Photographs courtesy of Wikimedia Commons
Opinion | BY STAN STAPLETON | October 17, 2018
An aerial view of Okimaw Ohci Healing Lodge for Aboriginal Women in Maple Creek, Sask., where Terri-Lynne McClintic was transferred. She pleaded guilty in 2010 to first-degree murder in the death of eight-year-old Tori Stafford. There are no fences around the lodge. Photograph courtesy of Flickr/Correctional Service Canada
Opinion | BY STAN STAPLETON | October 17, 2018
Opinion | BY STAN STAPLETON | October 17, 2018
An aerial view of Okimaw Ohci Healing Lodge for Aboriginal Women in Maple Creek, Sask., where Terri-Lynne McClintic was transferred. She pleaded guilty in 2010 to first-degree murder in the death of eight-year-old Tori Stafford. There are no fences around the lodge. Photograph courtesy of Flickr/Correctional Service Canada
Opinion | BY STAN STAPLETON | September 17, 2018
Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale, pictured in this file photo on the Hill. Three weeks ago, Mr. Goodale released, for the first time ever, his mandate letter to the newly appointed commissioner of the Correctional Service of Canada. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY STAN STAPLETON | September 17, 2018
Opinion | BY STAN STAPLETON | September 17, 2018
Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale, pictured in this file photo on the Hill. Three weeks ago, Mr. Goodale released, for the first time ever, his mandate letter to the newly appointed commissioner of the Correctional Service of Canada. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY STAN STAPLETON | November 21, 2016
Police officers responding to the protests in Toronto during the G20 Summit in June 2010. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
Opinion | BY STAN STAPLETON | November 21, 2016
Opinion | BY STAN STAPLETON | November 21, 2016
Police officers responding to the protests in Toronto during the G20 Summit in June 2010. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
Opinion | BY STAN STAPLETON | July 4, 2016
Recently, Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale announced that he will launch a study on whether it's possible to restore two of the former federal prison farms that are based in the Kingston area. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
Opinion | BY STAN STAPLETON | July 4, 2016
Opinion | BY STAN STAPLETON | July 4, 2016
Recently, Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale announced that he will launch a study on whether it's possible to restore two of the former federal prison farms that are based in the Kingston area. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
Opinion | BY STAN STAPLETON | May 2, 2016
Opinion | BY STAN STAPLETON | May 2, 2016
Opinion | BY STAN STAPLETON | May 2, 2016