To help prevent domestic-violence crimes, researchers and policy makers need a full picture of the problem – but statistical loopholes and varying provincial standards leave many deaths unaccounted for, creating barriers for change
Original Article: Toronto Star | Kelly Geraldine Malone, The Can
Celebration of life scheduled Friday for homicide victim Ashley Ames
A made-in-London solution to domestic violence is poised to go nationwide.
National inquiry challenges governments, justice system and others to make substantive changes
Beginning next week, foreign workers can leave abusive job situations with open permit
Original Article: National Post | May 1, 2019
Researchers hope the training will spark conversations about domestic violence
Dr. Mohammed Shamji has pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in the death of Dr. Elana Fric, his wife of 12 years and the mother of their three children.