Geraldine Malone

News

Why Canada’s Prisons Abuse Solitary Confinement

Last year, roughly 1,200 Canadians were placed in solitary confinement for more than 15 days.
Geraldine Malone
11.7.16
News

Indigenous Leaders Call for Meeting with Trudeau After Latest Youth Suicide

Four Indigenous girls between the ages of 10 and 14 took their lives earlier this month in northern Saskatchewan.
Geraldine Malone
10.21.16
News

How a Northern Saskatchewan First Nation Is Responding to Three Youth Suicides

Calls for a national suicide prevention strategy grew louder following a funeral for a 14-year-old Lac La Ronge girl Saturday.
Geraldine Malone
10.16.16
News

Immigration Detainees Go on Hunger Strike to Highlight Canada’s Disturbing Detention Policy

Canada has a no cap for locking up migrants, meaning thousands of non-criminals are behind bars.
Geraldine Malone
7.13.16
News

Citing Trudeau’s Plan to Legalize, Judge Refuses to Give Convicted Marijuana Trafficker Jail Time

The former football star would have seen significant prison time under the Conservative regime, but a judge said the times are a-changing, even if the laws have not yet.
Geraldine Malone
6.24.16
News

How a Promising Kickstarter Campaign Devolved into Embezzlement Allegations

Peachy Printer was going to create a $100 3D printer, until one of the founders allegedly used part of the crowdfunded money to build his own house.
Geraldine Malone
5.15.16
Culture

What Does It Mean to Be an Indigenous Man in 2016?

A new book looks at the complex reality and why even just exploring the topic is a difficult task.
Geraldine Malone
5.12.16
Stuff

Canada Had All the Information It Needed to Predict Attawapiskat Suicide Crisis

The community is all too aware that just because a crisis is declared, it doesn't mean the government will make any significant changes.
Geraldine Malone
4.28.16
Stuff

What It Was Like Being a Test Subject in Saskatchewan's LSD Experiments

Doctors and nurses in the province used to be tripping out all the time. Now years later, LSD as medicine could be back.
Geraldine Malone
3.21.16
Stuff

Why Indigenous Women Are Canada’s Fastest Growing Prison Population

The Aboriginal women inmate population has risen over 100 percent since 2001. These stories explain why so little has been done.
Geraldine Malone
2.2.16
Paris

We Spoke to the Indigenous Protester Who Called the Paris Climate Conference on Its Bullshit

Erica Violet Lee's viral picture mocking a nearby Brad Wall was an act of resistance.
Geraldine Malone
12.15.15
News

Saskatoon Cops Make Good on Promise to Crack Down on Pot, Raid Medical Dispensary

The owner of the dispensary spoke to VICE, saying he's worried the charges will stick before the Trudeau government can legalize.
Geraldine Malone
11.4.15
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