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Patrick White

Patrick White

Patrick White

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Patrick has worked in the Globe's Winnipeg bureau, covering the Prairies and Nunavut, and at Toronto City Hall. He is a three-time National Newspaper Award winner and author of the book Mountie In Mukluks.



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Tens of thousands in dark as ‘very unusual’ ice storm blasts Southern Ontario
Meet Christopher Wylie, whistle-blower on Cambridge Analytica and Facebook use of data
Spike in inmate deaths raises questions around opioid crisis in Ontario’s prisons
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Indigenous leaders call on Thunder Bay police chief to resign after report alleges neglect of duty
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Corrections Minister tables bill to limit solitary confinement in Ontario prisons Subscriber content
Crime
Toronto police charge Bruce McArthur with murdering two missing men, believe there are other victims
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B.C. judge rules indefinite solitary confinement unconstitutional
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Solitary confinement
Civil-liberties group appeals solitary-confinement decision
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Canadians in Hawaii largely unperturbed by missile threat
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PRISON SYSTEM
Correctional officers face criminal charges in death of inmate at N.B. prison in 2015
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SOLITARY
Canada’s solitary-confinement laws are unconstitutional, Ontario judge rules
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Rick Sauvé’s prisoner-coaching program Life Line faces potential cancellation
Book by accused in Amanda Todd case ‘not worth the read,’ teen’s mother says
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Ontario to offer naloxone to police, firefighters as opioid-related deaths rise
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Toronto editor of Your Ward News faces hate-related charges
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Michael Nehass, Indigenous man set free after lengthy solitary time, is back in jail
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SOLITARY CONFINEMENT
Ban ‘dungeon’ for Ontario inmates in solitary confinement, prisons adviser urges
Solitary confinement for young prison inmates should be banned, watchdogs say
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Ontario corrections adviser recommends sweeping changes to prison system
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Judge labels Yukon’s handling of Indigenous inmate Michael Nehass ‘a sad state of affairs’
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