Letter – Healing victims and offenders

For some time I have not picked up Monday as it seemed to have a focus that did not suit me

Healing victims and offenders

What a great edition! For some time I have not picked up Monday as it seemed to have a focus that did not suit me. Thanks to Grant McKenzie for “There has to be a better way.” There were so may doable suggestions about how to heal victims and offenders. So much more plausable and cost-effective than the “draconian” plan of the Harper government.

Thanks to Simon Nattrass for “Poverty crisis is creating social army.” Demonizing the poor by adding more police force is not the answer. I am happy to read of the more positive approaches mentioned.

I will not pass Monday by again.

Joanna Wilkinson,Victoria

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