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Researcher says Sask. survey on recreational pot 'invalid' because it can be taken outside the province

Some critics are calling the Saskatchewan government’s survey on recreational pot “misleading” and “invalid” after they discovered it contains information that is contradictory to messages issued by the federal government. 461 more words

Local News

Wrexham prison isn't catering for Welsh inmates

HMP Berwyn, which opened in February, will be the largest prison in Europe when full. But Plaid Cymru’s regional AM is critical that the vast majority of prisoners from north Wales are still going to prisons across the border. 520 more words

Llyr Gruffydd

Our Prisons are in crisis: Prison overcrowding debate

“Can anyone doubt that today our prisons truly are in crisis—seriously overcrowded, understaffed and volatile—and that the solution cannot be simply to build more, but lies rather in adopting fresh approaches to reducing their population and restoring what is now almost entirely lost: the real prospect of prison sentences actually being used to reform and rehabilitate inmates?” 2,685 more words

Prison

Government told to change rules on costs in environmental court cases

The High Court has told the UK government to change some new rules for environmental court cases to protect those taking legal action. 610 more words

Legal

Innovation Saskatchewan looks to technology to help fight rural crime

The Saskatchewan government is looking at ways to use technology to fight rural crime in the province.

Innovation Saskatchewan is asking technology companies and researchers to submit proposals for a 16-week residency program. 190 more words

Canada

The unfolding disaster that is Universal Credit

My second favourite government department (not), the Department for Work and Pensions, has belatedly published a guidebook to help landlords prepare for the roll out of Universal Credit. 378 more words

Homelessness

Administrative error cause of delay in La Loche school shooting hearing

Justice officials are blaming an administrative error for the untimely appointment of a Crown prosecutor as a judge during a high-profile Saskatchewan trial.

Lloyd Stang was the lead prosecutor in the… 233 more words

Canada