Media Articles

  • Human Rights Watch: Police Abuse of Indigenous Women in SK
    Submission to the Government of Canada on Police Abuse of Indigenous Women in Saskatchewan and Failures to Protect Indigenous Women from Violence June 19, 2017

    Human Rights Watch
  • Sask. Government tackling jail overcrowding with new programs
    Barb Pacholik - April 27, 2017

    Star Pheonix
  • Correctional centres focus of Ombudsman report
    Ashley Martin - April 27, 2017

    Star Pheonix
  • 'We need to be better': Half of the people in Sask. jails are on remand
    Kendal Latimer - March 25, 2017

    CBC
  • Death of inmate raises issues of restraint, health care at New Brunswick jail
    Michael Tutton - August 23, 2016

    Toronto Star
  • Turning Natives into Criminals
    by Tanya H. Lee - August 19, 2016

    Indian Country
  • Inmates argue their own court case, win release from segregation
    Alexandra Zabjek - August 18, 2016

    CBC
  • Number of Women in Jail Has Grown Far Faster Than That of Men, Study Says
    Timothy Williams - August 17, 2016

    NY Times
  • Keeping inmates in isolation 'not reasonable', Alberta Judge rules
    Patrick White - August 18, 2016

    Globe & Mail
  • Solitary Confinement for Disciplinary Infractions up at Saskatchewan Penitentiary
    October 20, 2016

    CBC
  • Aboriginal community fights back against suicide epidemic with powerful video campaign
    Simon Little - October 21, 2016

    i880news
  • Elizabeth Fry Society argues to join Kinew James inquest
    James died at Regional Psychiatric Centre in 2013 February 4, 2016

    CBC Article
  • Elizabeth Fry Society to get second try for standing at Kinew James inquest
    James died in 2013 while in custody

    CBC Article
  • Viewpoint: Phone access vital for incarcerated moms
    Sue Delanoy and Sarah Buhler May 11, 2016

    The StarPhoenix Article
  • A story of redemption: Elizabeth Fry honoree dedicated life to helping others
    Charles Hamilton May 11, 2016

    The StarPhoenix Article
  • Q&A with Elizabeth Fry Society of Saskatchewan's Executive Director Sue Delanoy
    United Way of Saskatoon

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  • Twenty years after federal government changed sentencing, aboriginals still disproportionately fill our prisons
    Graeme Hamilton

    National Post Article