Ontario Is Re-examining the Law that Allows Doctors to Practice After Sexually Assaulting Their Patients
The regulations concerning Ontario doctors and sexual misconduct are vague and have allowed many doctors accused of wrongdoing to continue seeing patients. Finally, something might be done about that.
The UN Told Canada to Stop Detaining Migrants Indefinitely and Without Charge
A commissioner on the UN's Human Rights Working Group on Arbitrary Detention recently took Canada to task for jailing an immigrant for eight years without charge, and called on the country to set a maximum time limit for this type of detainment.
The Supreme Court Just Made it Harder to Undermine Rape Victims
The Supreme Court of Canada decided unanimously last week that people accused of sexual assault will not get automatic access to their victims' personal records, ending a practice that made coming forward about sexual violence even more difficult.