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This document is archival in nature and is intended for those who wish to consult archival documents made available from the collection of Public Safety Canada. Some of these documents are available in only one official language. Translation, to be provided by Public Safety Canada, is available upon request.

Le présent document a une valeur archivistique et fait partie des documents d’archives rendus disponibles par Sécurité publique Canada à ceux qui souhaitent consulter ces documents issus de sa collection. Certains de ces documents ne sont disponibles que dans une langue officielle. Sécurité publique Canada fournira une traduction sur demande.

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EVENTS AND INITIATIVES RELATED TO RESTORATIVE JUSTICE

(RECENT AND UPCOMING)

A Follow-up Survey to "Achieving Satisfying Justice:

A Symposium on Implementing Restorative Models" held in Vancouver, British Columbia,

March 1997

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Saskatchewan Justice

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Director Restorative Justice and Dispute Resolution Unit Correctional Service of Canada (613) 992- 2017

Introduction

The Correctional Service of Canada (CSC) and Saskatchewan Justice collaborated during the summer of 1997 to compile the following resource list of initiatives pertaining to restorative and related approaches to justice. The project's objective was to provide the participants of The Canadian Congress on Criminal Justice (Congress '97) and other interested parties with a resource list of recent and upcoming activities relating to the emerging fields of restorative justice and alternative dispute resolution.

Some of the events and initiatives in this compendium were inspired by "Achieving Satisfying Justice: A Symposium on Implementing Restorative Models" which was held in Vancouver in March 1997, while others were already in their planning and development stages. We have attempted to include only recently completed, new, or upcoming activities, and have tried to avoid duplicating those initiatives already ùidexed in other compendiums such as "Satisfting Justice" .

This resource list is not exhaustive. The scope of the research was limited to information provided through a survey of individuals who attended the "Achieving Satisfying Justice" Symposium. As a result, many relevant activities may not be included, nor is the document evaluative in nature. It is our hope, however, that this list will provide readers with a flavour of the various initiatives underway across the country, as well as a sense of the climate that is developing in this field. We have also included a few international events that came to our attention during the completion of the survey but no attempt was made to compile an extensive overview of international activity in this area.

We extend our thanks to summer student Jennifer Reynolds (CSC) and research consultant Wendy Stone (Saskatchewan Justice) who conducted the research for the project. Their efforts and enthusiasm are greatly appreciated. Thanks as well to Kimberly McNeill of the Restorative Justice Unit (CSC) for her capable adminstrative support.

In addition, we would like to express our gratitude to all of the people who shared their time and information. We also commend and applaud those individuals, communities and organizations who are working to advance and promote restorative justice approaches.

J ST-Lee. Jan Turner Director Community Services Branch Saskatchewan Justice (306) 787-5112

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"I urge you to do two things during the coming few days. First, don't just do something. Stand there, hear each other out with respect, stretch your minds to listen to the experience of others, to question all your ssumptions, to open the way for truly new possibilities. But then, by all means, please decide to do something. I hope that by the end of this process, we will feel able to do something . . . . But let's make sure that what we do doesn't further entrench what's wrong with the current system."

Excerpt from the keynote speech delivered by Lorraine Berzins, Church Council on Justice and Corrections, at "Achieving Satisfying Justice: A Symposium on Implementing Restorative Models" Vancouver, March 1997

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Location Activities, Initiatives Brief Description Contact & Events

Newfoundland A workshop on Given at the 1 lth Annual Atlantic Calvin Cole and Labrador Restorative Justice Crime Prevention Conference Citizens Crime Prevention

June 5-8, 1997 "Community Ownership - Let's Association of All Get Involved" Newfoundland and Presenters: Joe Price Labrador (Correctional Service of Canada P.O. Box 528 CSC), Glen Miller (RCMP) Clarenville, Newfoundland

_ AOE 1J0 tel: (709) 466-2430 fax: (709) 466-7248

Newfoundland A new Victim Offender Labrador Legal Services is Linda Anderson and Labrador Mediation Program. planning to implement a new Executive Director

Fall / Winter 1997 victim offender mediation Labrador Legal Services program. P.O. Box 899 Known Partners: Community Station B Mediation Services Inc. and the Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Mennonite Central Committee Labrador

AOP 1E0 tel: (709) 896-2919

Newfoundland A seminar on Restorative This seminar is being organized Lawrence Smith and Labrador Justice by Restorative Justice Initiative John Howard Society of

November 13, 1997 of Newfoundland and Labrador Newfoundland St. John's Known Resource People: 426 Water St.

Wayne Northy (Mennonite St. John's, Newfoundland Central Committee) AlC 1E2 Kay Pranis ( Restorative Justice tel: (709) 726-5081 Planner, Minnesota Corrections) fax: (709) 726-5509 Jane Miller-Ashton (CSC)

Newfoundland Restorative Justice This organization was formed Lawrence Smith and Labrador Initiatives of with the purpose of promoting John Howard Society of

Newfoundland and and implementing restorative Newfoundland Labrador justice responses to crime. 426 Water St.

Known Partners: A coalition of St. John's, Newfoundland 60 corrnnunity groups and AlC 1E2 criminal justice professionals. tel: (709) 726-5081

fax: (709) 726-5509 Newfoundland Increasing use of elder Judge James Igloliorte and Labrador panels and circle Provincial Court

sentencing in Labrador P.O. Box 3014, Station B Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Labrador AOP 1E0 tel: (709) 896-2404

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Location Activities, Initiatives Brief Description Contact & Events

Newfoundland The integration of This program is in progress in the Judge Robert Fowler and Labrador Aboriginal ceremonial Mi'kmaq community near Conne tel: (709) 292-4212

traditions in the court River. There has been an attempt process to address and integrate the needs

of both the community and the offender in the sentencing process.

Nova Scotia Discussions about The participants in the Judge Louis Batiot restorative justice at the discussions were members of the P.O. Box 425 Chief Judges meeting Nova Scotia Bar, criminal justice Annapolis Royal, Nova Spring 1997 officials, and members of the Scotia

Judiciary BOS 1A0 tel: (902)-532-5137 fax: (902) 424-0510

Nova Scotia Atlantic Victim Services The theme of this symposium is Joanrie Mariotte-Thorne Symposium restorative justice Director of Victim Services September 24-26, 1997 Known Partners: Nova Scotia Department of Justice Halifax Department of Justice P.O. Box 7

5151 Terminal Road Halifax, Nova Scotia B3J 2L6 tel: (902) 424-4858 fax: (902) 424-0546 or Maureen Amos Department of Justice tel: (902) 424-3309

Nova Scotia The development of a The goal of this initiative would Kit Waters provincial restorative be to facilitate the Director justice initiative is in the implementation of multifaceted Policy and Planning planning stages. restorative programs aimed at all Nova Scotia Department of Fall / Winter 1997 levels of the criminal justice Justice

system. tel: (902) 424-7782

Nova Scotia Ongoing Conflict This training initiative Wendy Keats Resolution Training for incornorates restorative justice Executive Director inmates at Nova approaches to conflict resolution. MOVE Inc. Institution for Women 64 Point Park Drive (CSC) Riverview, New Brunswick Truro, NS ElB 105

tel: (506) 386-2142 fax: (506) 386-1998

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Location Activities, Initiatives & Events

Brief Description Contact

Prince Edward Island

Conflict Resolution Co-Operative of P.E.I..

The organization provides various restorative justice and conflict resolution services. Known Partners: individual members from govermnent and community organizations.

Jill Lightwood tel: (902) 368-6133

New Brunswick

Follow-Up Workshop on Restorative Justice St. John, New Brunswick June 21, 1997

The Atlantic Region Citizen Advisory Committee's armual general meeting had a Follow-Up Workshop to the "Achieving Satisfying Justice" National Symposium on Restorative Justice Known Partners: Atlantic Region Citizen Advisory Committee, Correctional Service of Canada

Susan Melansen Regional Chairperson Atlantic Region Citizen Advisory Committee P.O. Box 130 Pugwash, Nova Scotia BOK ILO tel: (902) 243-2664 or Joanne Goodrich Member Atlantic Region Citizen Advisory Committee Box 1443 Sackville, New Brunswick EOA 3C0 tel: (506) 364- 2264 fax: (613) 364-2264

New Brunswick

Restorative Justice presentation August 25, 1997

Presentation to Atlantic Region Correctional Service of Canada managers. Known Presenters: Jane Miller-Ashton (CSC) Dan Stote and John Tonks (CSC)

Dan Stote Box 3905 Robichaud, New Brunswick EOA 2S0 tel: (506) 533-8115 fax: (506) 532-9839

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Activities, Initiatives & Events

Adult Alternative Measures Program based on restorative justice models Anticipated implementation date: Fall /Winter 1997

Contact Brief Description

Mike Boudreau Director of Programs Support New Brunswick Ministry of the Solicitor General P.O. Box 6000 Fredericton, New Brunswick tel: (506) 453-3992

Location

New Brunswick

This program is in the planning stages. Known Partners: New Brunswick Ministry of the Solicitor General

The introduction of family group conferencing and dispute resolution services. Anticipated implementation date planned for Fall 1997

New Brunswick

The Beausejour Family Crisis Resource Centre will offer these programs to the Shediac Cap-pelé community and other surrounding corrununities.

Dan Stote Box 3905 Robichaud, New Brunswick EOA 2S0 tel: (506) 533-8115 fax: (506) 532-9839 or Eva Leblanc tel: (506) 386-3414

New Brunswick

A public education / action plan in Moncton, New Brunswick. The anticipated date for this two day forum is early 1998

Preliminary proposal for a public education / action plan to focus on building safer communities through increased understanding of restorative approaches. Anticipated Partners: National Parole Board, Church Council on Justice and Corrections, CSC, Departrnent of Justice, RCMP and the Departrnent of the Solicitor General

Sheila Watkins National Parole Board 340 Laurier Ave. W. Ottawa, Ontario KlA OP9 tel: (613) 954-6547 fax: (613) 957-3241 and Rick Prashaw Church Council on Justice and Corrections 507 Bank St. Ottawa, Ontario K2P 1Z5 tel: (613) 563-1688 fax: (613) 237-6129

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Location Activities, Initiatives Brief Description Contact & Events

New Symposium on Anticipated Partners: John Brian Saunders Brunswick Restorative Justice Howard Society, New Brunswick Executive Director

planned for April 1998 Criminal Justice Association, John Howard Society of Moncton, New Church Council on Justice and New Brunswick Brunswick Corrections, the 4 Atlantic 618 Queen Street, Suite 5

Provincial Governments, CSC, Fredericton, New Department of the Solicitor Brunswick General (Secretariat), Mennonite E3B 1C2 Central Committee, the New tel: (506) 457-9810 8runswick Department of Justice, fax: (506) 459-4201 the Christian Council for Reconciliation, and the Canadian Bar Association

Quebec Presentation on Presented at the annual meeting Mylene Jaccoud restorative justice of L'Association professionnelle Professor May 30, 1997 des criminologues du Quebec University of Montreal

(A.P.C.Q.). Faculty of Criminology P.O. Box 6128 Succ. Centre-Ville Montréal, Québec tel: (514) 343-7609 fax: (514) 343-2269

Quebec National Symposium on Sessions will include mediation Thomas Dastous Conflict Resolution & in harassment matters, the Department of Justice Harassment in the mediation process and other Office of Conflict Workplace workshops which encompass Resolution and Harassment Hull, Quebec restorative justice approaches to in the Workplace October 8-9, 1997 conflict resolution. 222 Queen St. Room 920

Ottawa, Ontario KlA OH8 tel: (613) 957-0054 fax: (613) 952-8538

Quebec A course on mediation The Faculty of Criminology at Mylene Jaccoud and conflict resolution. the University of Montreal will Professor Fall 1997 be offering this course. University of Montreal

Faculty of Criminology P.O. Box 6128 Succ. Centre-Ville Montréal, Québec tel: (514) 343-7609 fax: (514) 343-2269

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Location Activities, Initiatives Brief Description Contact & Events

Quebec Two research projects are This study will measure the Mylene Jaccoud underway to analyze the impact of reparation on youth. Professor practice of mediation on University of Montreal youth justice. Faculty of Criminology

P.O. Box 6128 Succ. Centre-Ville Montréal, Québec tel: (514) 343-7609 fax: (514) 343-2269

Quebec Diversion program for A comprehensive diversion Quebec Ministry of Justice young offenders program for young offenders is 1200 route de L'Église, Forecasted being developed using restorative 5th floor implementation date is components by the Quebec Sainte-Foy, Québec early 1998 Ministry of Justice G1V 4M1

tel: (418) 643-4090

Quebec Interaction '98 The theme of The Network Michele Pineau Conference Conference will be "Conflict The Network Lennoxville, Quebec Resolution: the Road to Peace" 507 Place d'Armes, May 26-30, 1998 bureau 1900

Montréal, Québec H2Y 2W8 tel: (514) 282-1516 fax: (514) 282-1216

Ontario Three restorative justice 1) A graduate level course on Reverend Rod Carter initiatives at Queens restorative justice called Regional Chaplain Theological College "Ministry in the Context of Correctional Service of

Violence" - Spring 1997 Canada P.O. Box 1174

2) Master of Divinity degree with Kingston, Ontario a concentration on restorative K7L 4Y8 justice and corrections tel: (613) 545-8690 conunencing in the Fall, 1997 fax: (613) 545-7533

. 3) Diploma (3 weeks concentrated course) on restorative justice and corrections to be implemented in May, 1998.

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Location Activities, Initiatives Brief Description Contact & Events

Ontario A presentation on The Ottawa Sununer School for Church Council on Justice Achieving Satisfying Social Justice sponsored a and Corrections Justice and Restorative presentation on Achieving 507 Bank St. Justice Week Satisfying Justice and Restorative Ottawa, Ontario May 27, 1997 Justice Week K2P 1Z5

Known Partners: The Council of tel: (613) 563-1688 Canadians, Opt!ons, PSAC, Bob fax: (613) 237-6129 Hale Fund for Young Activists and other local community groups. The presentation was facilitated by CSC and The Church Council on Justice and Corrections

Ontario Youth and Conflict Conflict Resolution workshops Veronica Wilson Resolution Workshop incorporating restorative Public Legal Education and Ottawa approaches to conflict resolution. Information Program September 10, 1997 Department of Justice

10th Floor, 222 Queen St. Ottawa, Ontario KlA OP9 tel: (613) 941-0385 fax: (613) 941-2269

Ontario Canadian Congress on An outreach progam linked with Jim Collins Criminal Justice the 1997 Canadian Congress on Chaplaincy Division (Congress '97) Criminal Justice. All community Correctional Service of Restorative Justice Rally members are invited to Canada Ottawa participate in this event. The 340 Laurier Ave. West. September 22, 1997 objective of the rally is to bring Ottawa, Ontario

people together who are KlA 0P9 committed to bringing healing tel: (613) 996-3550 into the field of criminal justice. fax: (613) 952-8464

Ontario Canadian Congress on An outreach program linked with Dave Farrell Criminal Justice the 1997 Canadian Congress on tel: (613) 599-6514 (Congress '97) Criminal Justice. The focus of or Seniors Night this event is on how seniors can Ruth and Frank Miller Ottawa create a safer environment for tel: (613) 729-1004 September 22, 1997 themselves. There will be a panel

which will consist of two police officers, a victim who has participated in victim offender mediation and an ex-offender who once targeted seniors.

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Brief Description Contact

Ontario Canadian Congress on Criminal Justice (Congxess '97) Closing Plenary "Restorative Justice: An Avenue for Hope" September 23, 1997

There will also be several workshops at Congress '97 which focus on Restorative justice. speakers: Dan Van Ness Ruth Morris Lorraine Berzins

Gaston St. Jean Canadian Criminal Justice Association 383 Parkdale Ave. Rm 304 Ottawa, Ontario KlY 4R4 tel: (613) 725-3715 fax: (613) 725-3720

Ontario A paper on Restorative Justice will be released in September 1997

Reriate Mohr is the author of "Restoring Justice before Understanding Justice: A Supportive Critique of the Restorative Justice Movement"

Renate Mohr Associate Professor Law Faculty Carleton University 24 Belmont Ave. Ottawa, Ontario K1S OV1 tel: (613) 730-7477

Ontario Restorative justice programs for native and non-native offenders Sudbury, Ontario

A needs study will begin in September '97 to discover what kinds of restorative programming will best suit the community's needs. It is anticipated that the program will be functioning in the new year. Known Partners: Inuit Friendship Centre, John Howard Society, Elizabeth Fry Society, 0.P.P., Police, Crovvn Attorneys, Senior Provincial Judge George Michel, Native Studies Faculty of Laurentian University, Conununity Chaplains, ministers from local churches.

Senior Judge George Michel Provincial Court Government of Ontario 155 Elm Street Sudbury, Ontario P3C 1T9 tel: (705) 671-5949 fax: (705) 671-9542

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Location Activities, Initiatives Brief Description Contact & Events

Ontario Meeting with court Ron Claassen, Co-director of the VORP of Niagara officials to discuss Centre of Peacemaking and tel: (905) 688-1159 victim offender mediation Conflict Studies, Fresno Pacific or October 9, 1997 University, will be meeting with Evan Heise

Welland and St. Catharines court Community Justice officials to discuss the benefits of Ministries Coordinator victim offender mediation. Mennonite Central

Committee (Ontario) ' #6 Trinity Square

, 3rd Floor Toronto, Ontario M5G 1B1 tel: (416) 596-9341 fax: (416) 596-0557

Ontario A Day for Trainers Ron Claassen, Co-director of the Kelly Kraeker October 10, 1997 Centre of Peacemaking and tel:(416) 596-9341

Conflict Studies, Fresno Pacific or University, will share his own Evan Heise training techniques and mediation Community Justice approaches with victim offender Ministries Coordinator mediation trainers in Kitchener. Mennonite Central

Committee (Ontario) #6 Trinity Square 3rd Floor Toronto, Ontario M5G 1B1 tel: (416) 596-9341 fax: (416) 596-0557

Ontario "The Autumn River Run: A fundraising event for Bridges Bridges for Progress A 7 km walk and run for for Progress International and the International Conflict Resolution" Canadian Institute for Conflict 131 Bank St., Suite 300 October 19, 1997 Resolution. These organizations Ottawa, Ontario

promote local and international KIP 5N9 conflict resolution. tel: (613) 230-4101

fax: (613) 230-9409

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Ontario Family Group Known Partners: Ontario Fraser Raven or Ken Conferencing in Red Ministry of Solicitor General & Albrecht Lake and Ear Falls is Correctional Services, police, Probation and Parole scheduled to commence local merchants. Officer in October, 1997 Probation Services

Box 845 Redlake, Ontario POV 2M0

• tel: (807) 727-2846 Ontario Presentations and 2 days of dialogue and Jennifer Gates-Flaherty

information sessions on brainstorming on the challenges Aboriginal Policing Branch restorative justice are of implementing restorative Coinmunity, Contract and scheduled for the RCMP justice Policing Services Senior Executives RCMP Strategy Meeting tel: (613) 993-4301 October, 1997 fax: (613) 998-2405

Ontario Youth Family Group This project will focus on the Kathleen Cleland Moyer Conferencing Project in settling of school disputes The Network: Interaction Kitchener - Waterloo through family group for Conflict Resolution Schools conferences. Conrad Grebel College Fall 1997 Known Partners: Saint Mary's Waterloo, Ontario

High School, Waterloo N2L 3G6 Collegiate, Conununity Justice tel: (519) 885-0880 Initiatives, The Network: fax: (519) 941-4122 Interaction for Conflict or Resolution Rose Stocco

Community Justice Initiatives tel: (519) 744-6549

Ontario Traditional Sentencing Known Partners: Dispute Carole Eldridge Circles within the Ottawa Resolution Centre for Ottawa- Executive Director Court. The first Circle Carleton and the Crown Dispute Resolution Centre will be completed in the Attorney's Office for Ottawa-Carleton Fall of 1997 3107-161 Elgin Street

Ottawa, Ontario K2P 2K1 tel: (613) 239-1501 fax: (613) 239-1214

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Location Activities, Initiative Brief Description Contact & Events

Ontario "Dare to Hope, Dare to The final Report on "Achieving The Canadian Criminal Act", by James Scott Satisfying Justice - A Symposium on Justice Association to be published early Implementing Restorative Models" 383 Parkdale Ave. Fall 1997 held in Vancouver in March, 1997. Room 304

Ottawa, Ontario KlY 4R4 tel: (613) 725-3715 fax: (613) 725-3720

Ontario Workshop on To be offered during the Symposium Hugh Kirkegaard restorative justice of the Probation Officers Association (speaker) Richmond Hill of Ontario Community Chaplain November 1997 Toronto Community

Chaplaincy Correctional Service of Canada 330 Keele Street Toronto, Ontario M6P 2K7 tel: (416) 952-6498 fax: (416) 973-9723

Ontario Ken Bolton The objective of the Symposium is to St. Leonard's House Symposium "The increase the understanding of how the (Windsor) Halfway House Within presence of halfway houses has 491 Victoria Ave, Corrections - Building furthered and continues to further the Windsor, Ontario Links to Social Justice" course of social justice. Participants N9A 4N1 Windsor, Ontario include members from all sectors of tel: (519) 256-1878 November 7-8, 1997 the community. fax: (519) 256-4142

Co Sponsored by The University of Windsor and St. Leonard's Society of Canada

Ontario Greater Toronto Area The purpose of this event is to give Margaret Stanowski Restorative Justice participants an opportunity to consider Springboard Symposium Follow-Up restorative justice and its potential for 230 Richmond Street E. to the Restorative Ontario's criminal justice system. Toronto, Ontario Justice Symposium Known Partners: Springboard, M5A 1P4 (Achieving Satisfying Aboriginal Legal Services of Toronto, tel: (416) 367-4288 Justice"), Vancouver, Elizabeth Fry, John Howard Society, fax: (416) 367-4291 BC held in March, Ontario Ministry of the Solicitor 1997 General & Correctional Services

(Toronto), CSC, Mennonite Central November 18 - 19, 1997 Conunittee, OPP, Canadian Criminal

Justice Association, Metro Black Clergy Community Association, Department of the Solicitor General (Secretariat)

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Location Activities, Initiative Brief Description Contact & Events

Ontario Research work on Pierre Allard will be on a special Pierre Allard restorative justice assigiunent to study and research the Director General October 1997- April biblical and theological roots of do Chaplaincy Unit 1998 restorative justice with a view to Correctional Service of

building a course curriculum in a Canada number of theological faculties. 340 Laurier Ave. W. This study is being conducted in Ottawa, Ontario association with the University of Kl A 0P9 Victoria, Research Department tel: (613) 996-0373 Religion and Society fax: (613) 952-8464

Ontario Community and This project will focus on building a Church Council on Justice Personal Safety Project healthy community in the Jane and and Corrections Fall/Winter 97-98 Finch corridor in Toronto. A 4 507 Bank Street

session workshop process will help Ottawa, Ontario citizens develop practical ways to K2P 1Z5 work together to create a safer tel: (613) 563-1688 community. fax: (613) 237-6129 Known Partners: The Church or Council on Justice and Corrections Rittenhouse and Rittenhouse 736 Bathurst Street

Suite 213 Toronto, Ontario M5S 2R4 tel: (416) 538-6900 fax: (416) 538-2655

Ontario Training in "How to do Three and a half day workshop using Ruth Morris Transformative Justice" role plays and hands-on experience to Educational Director July 26, July 30, explore four major healing or Rittenhouse August 2 and August transformative systems. 736 Bathurst Street 11, 1997 Suite 213 This course will be Toronto, Ontario offered again. M5S 2R4

tel: (416) 538-6900 fax: (416) 538-2655

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Location Activities, Initiatives Brief Description Contact & Events

Ontario Expansion of Provincial The province has undertaken to Berkeley Harris Restorative Justice expand and develop restorative Manager Initiatives justice initiatives for youth and Police / Community

adult offenders, e.g. family group Development and Outreach conferencing and conununity Ministry of the Solicitor justice committees. Preliminary General work has begun in developing 25 Grosvenor St. policies, procedures and training 12th Floor related to these initiatives. Toronto, Ontario

_ M7A 2H3 tel: (416) 314-3083 fax: (416) 314-3097

Ontario The development of a Springboard has applied for funding Springboard Criminal Justice Council to sponsor the Scarborough 230 Richmond Street E.

Working Group in creating a Toronto, Ontario Criminal Justice Council. This M5A 1P4 council would work toward tel: (416) 367-4288 establishing community sentencing fax: (416) 367-4291 models and delivering restorative justice measures at the community level.

Ontario Private Prosecution This program is in its preliminary Margaret Stanowski process. stages. Once implemented, it will Springboard

deal with privately made 230 Richmond Street E. complaints at the Metro Toronto Toronto, Ontario East Court. This program will M5A 1P4 foster greater interaction between, tel: (416) 367-4288 and attempt to return control to, fax: (416) 367-4291 disputing parties Known Partners: Springboard, the local Crown Attorney's office and the Scarborough Conflict Resolution Service

Ontario Toronto-based Landlord / This council is in the preliminary Aboriginal Legal Services Tenant Community stages of development but the of Toronto Council objective is to direct Landlord / 197 Spadina Ave.

Tenant disputes out of the Suite 600 traditional justice system and to Toronto, Ontario implement restorative justice M5T 2C8 methods of dispute resolution. tel: (416) 408-3967

fax: (416) 408-4268

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Ontario Child Welfare This council is in the preliminary Aboriginal Legal Services Community Council stages of development but the of Toronto

objective is to direct family disputes 197 Spadina Ave. out of the traditional justice system Suite 600 and to implement restorative justice Toronto, Ontario methods of dispute resolution M5T 2C8

tel: (416) 408-3967 fax: (416) 408-4268

Ontario Victim-Offender Thé Thunder Bay Salvation Army Major Holly Patterson Mediation Program in has expressed interest in setting up Salvation Army Thunder Bay this program. Room 211,

105 North May St. Thunder Bay, Ontario P7C 3N9 tel: (807) 623-6285 fax: (807) 623-4077

Ontario The National Crime The National Crime Prevention Al Swaine Prevention Council Council will be funding various The National Crime

multi-faceted community based Prevention Council programs that help to achieve crime 130 Albert St. 8th floor prevention and restorative justice Ottawa, Ontario objectives. KlA 0H8

tel: (613) 957-7655 Ontario Interest in the expansion Carole Eldridge

of Dispute Resolution Executive Director services and enhanced Dispute Resolution Centre pre-charge mediation for Ottawa-Carleton programs in Ottawa to 3107-161 Elgin Street address more serious Ottawa, Ontario criminal justice matters K2P 2K1

tel: (613) 239-1501 fax: (613) 239-1214

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Ontario Achieving Satisfying A series of video tapes capturing Gaston St. Jean Justice Symposium all of the Symposium theme Canadian Criminal Justice Video Library speakers, panel presentations and Association Fall 1997 informal interviews. 383 Parkdale Ave. Rm 304

Ottawa, Ontario KlY 4R4 tel: (613) 725-3715 fax: (613) 725-3720

• or ... Jim Collins

Chaplaincy Division Correctional Service of Canada 340 Laurier St W. Ottawa, Ontario KlA OP9 tel: (613) 996-3550 fax: (613) 952-8464

Ontario A restorative justice and This project will explore a Carole Eldridge conflict resolution restorative justice and conflict Executive Director initiative resolution initiative involving the Dispute Resolution Centre

Dispute Resolution Centre for for Ottawa-Carleton Ottawa-Carleton, two open- 3107-161 Elgin Street custody facilities, police, and a Ottawa, Ontario school board. K2P 2K1

tel: (613) 239-1501 fax: (613) 239-1214

Ontario Family Group Family Group Conferencing Celina Reitberger Conferencing in Treaty 9 programs are being implemented Nishnawbe Aski Legal First Nations in the Treaty 9 First Nations Services Corp.

communities. tel: (807) 622-1413

Ontario The Victim Support Line This program is one of several Ken Sandhu established by the Ontario aimed at providing victims and President Board of Parole the community with information Canadian Criminal Justice 1-888-579-2888 or regarding parole and community Association (416) 314-2447 services. Ontario Board of Parole

2195 Yonge St., 2nd floor Toronto, Ontario M4S 1B1 tel: (416) 325-4483 fax: (416) 325-4485

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Ontario Seminar on Restorative Presented by the Church Council Church Council on Justice Justice for Ontario Judges on Justice and Corrections and Corrections to be held in Spring 1998 (CCJC) 507 Bank Street

Ottawa, Ontario K2P 1Z5 tel: (613) 563-1688 fax: (613) 237-6129

Manitoba Activities taking place in The theme during this week is Michelle Joubert Manitoba to Celebrate "Challenging Fear - Creating John Howard Society of Restorative Justice Week Hope" where a number of Manitoba November 16-22, 1997 agencies will participate in the 583 Ellice Avenue

celebrations. Winnipeg, Man. Events will include: a movie R3B 1Z7 night and discussions; speech on Transformative Justice by Ruth Morris; an institutional visit; panel discussions on different models; victim panel and/or resource display. The exact program has yet to be determined. Known Partners: Elizabeth Fry Society, The John Howard Society,YMCA & YWCA, Mennonite Central Conunittee,United Church Ministry, Catholic Archdiocesse, Oblate Justice and Committee, Interfaith Committee for Youth Justice, Mediation Services,Jessie Saulteaux Centre, and a number of community groups

Manitoba "Pathways" Newsletter The first issue is scheduled for Mennonite Central November 1997 and will focus on Committee the healing journey of victim Wilma Derksen survivors of homicide. Future 134 Plaza Drive issues will include personal Winnipeg, Man. profiles of people who have R3T 5K9 found their way through the tel: (204) 261 6381 healing process. fax: (204) 269 9875

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Manitoba Community Outreach This program has developed peer Greg Yost mediators in schools and now Program Director Research wants to develop community

Manitoba Research mediators. tel: (204) 945 0537 Known Partners:

fax: (204) 945 0433 The United Way, University of Manitoba School of Social Work, and Mediation Services.

This organization is planning an Manitoba Aboriginal Legal Greg Yost Aboriginal Worker Project. Services Organization of Director Research

ill t roj This pec w use a numer o fb Winnipeg Thi Manitoba Research

restorative approaches including tel: (204) 945 0537 mediation, family group fax: (204) 945 0433 conferencing etc.

Manitoba Mediation Services This organization would like to Greg Barrett set up Training Programs in the Program Coordinator future which would include Mediation Services facilitation, mediation, and cross 583 Ellice Avenue cultural training 3rd Floor

Winnipeg, Man. R3B 1Z7 tel: (204) 774 2469 fax: (204) 772 4776

Manitoba Mediation Services This organization would like to Greg Barrett begin workplace conflict Program Coordinator resolution in the future, which Mediation Services would include assessments 583 Ellice Avenue training and mediation within the 3rd Floor workplace. Winnipeg, Man.

R3B 1Z7 tel: (204) 775 2469 fax: (204) 772 4776

Manitoba Mediation Services This organization intends to start Marvin Boakye work on the gang situation in Mediation Services Winnipeg, but this program is 583 Ellice Avenue still in the planning stages 3rd Floor

Winnipeg, Man. R3B 1Z7 tel: (204) 775 2469 fax: (204) 772 4776

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Manitoba Mediation Services In the future, the intention is to Marvin Boakye get Aboriginal youth working in Mediation Services the area of mediation. 583 Ellice Avenue

3rd Floor Winnipeg, Man. R3B 1Z7 tel: (204) 775 2469

. fax: (204) 772 4776 Saskatchewan A study to examine how The results from this study may Nancy Stableforth

disputes are resolved at lead to the implementation of Deputy Commissioner for the Okimaw ohci Healing similar dispute resolution Women Lodge for federally methods in other women's Correctional Service of sentenced Aboriginal correctional institutions Canada Women (CSC). 340 Laurier Ave. W. This project began in the Ottawa, Ontario summer of 1997 KlA 0P9

tel: (613) 992-6067 fax: (613) 992-4692

Saskatchewan Community Releasing The first full community Irene Fraser Circles releasing circle conducted by Regional Manager

National Parole Board members, Community Relations and Prairie Region, was held on Training August 1, 1997 on the Alexis National Parole Board Reserve 601 229 4th Avenue South Known Partners: Saskatoon, Sask. Correctional Service of Canada, S7K 4K3 the National Parole Board and the tel: (306) 975 5539 Alexis Reserve fax: (306) 975 5892

or Michael Auger tel: (403) 240 1530

Saskatchewan Family Group Skills-based workshop for S/Sergeant Gary Tuffs Conferencing Seminar community members to develop RCMP Sept. 22, 23, 24, 1997 facilitation of Family Group Box 690

Conferencing LaRonge, Sask.

(A session was also held SOJ 1L0 in Meadow Lake on July tel: (306) 352 2166 23-25, 1997) fax: (306) 425 2169

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Saskatchewan Aboriginal Tribal Council Development

This Council will encourage Restorative Justice ideals through the use of Justice Committees. This Council will also be establishing Sentencing Circles with an emphasis on reducing the judge's role in the process.

Darren Winegarden Director of Justice Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations Suite 200 103 A Pacldiam Avenue Saskatoon, Sask. S7N 4K4 tel: (306) 665 1215 fax: (306) 244 4413

Saskatchewan Indian Justice Currently FSIN is entering talks with the Office of the Treaty Commissioner to negotiate Indian jurisdiction for justice and the manner in which this jurisdiction will relate to Canada, the province and First Nations.

Darren Winegarden Director of Justice Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations Suite 200 103 A Packham Avenue Saskatoon, Sask. S7N 4K4 tel: (306) 665 1215 fax: (306) 244 4413

'Saskatchewan Indian Police Agreements This project involved development of a model policing agreement in 1993 which has led to the creation of 15 community services policing agreements covering 26 Bands in the Province. This work is ongoing and it is likely that as many as 50 Bands will be covered by such agreements by the year 2000. Police management boards, involving the use of elders and community justice workers, have responsibility for policing on reserves.

Darren Winegarden Director of Justice Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations Suite 200 103 A Packham Avenue Saskatoon, Sask. S7N 4K4 tel: (306) 665 1215 fax: 306 244 4413

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Saskatchewan First Nations Training Programs

Darren Winegarden Director of Justice Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations Suite 200 103 A Packham Avenue Saskatoon, Sask. S7N 4K4 tel: (306) 665 1215 fax: (306) 244 4413

This program involves the development of a training program comprised of First Nations Community Justice Workers who can facilitate the establishment of First Nations Justice Committees in considering options for Justice reform. Plans include the development of a First Nations Justice certificate program through the Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technology and a detailed Justice training program offered through the Saskatchewan Indian Federated College.

Saskatchewan Child and Family Services Agreements

This initiative has involved the development of 6 Child and Family Services Agreements between various Tribal Councils and the Province. These Agreements have been developed on an interim basis in order to gain experience and greater control over difficult decisions about the best interests of First Nations children and families. This experience has provided a more complete appreciation of youth Justice and family Justice issues affecting Saskatchewan First Nations citizens, both on and off reserves.

Darren Winegarden Director of Justice Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations Suite 200 103 A Packham Avenue Saskatoon, Sask. S7N 4K4 tel: (306) 665 1215 fax: (306) 244 4413

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Saskatchewan Variety of Recent Saskatchewan Bands have Darren Winegarden Aboriginal Initiatives recently begun participating in Director of Justice

the Wellness Initiative: First Federation of Saskatchewan Nations Solvent Abuse Programs; Indian Nations Project Bold Eagle with the Suite 200 Department of National Defence; 103 A Packham Avenue and the FSIN Science Summer Saskatoon, Sask. Camp for Indian Youth. S7N 4K4

tel: (306) 665 1215 _ fax: (306) 244 4413

Saskatchewan Preliminary Activity on The judiciary has shown interest Chief Judge Brosi Nutting Aboriginal Restorative in the development of Aboriginal Provincial Court of Justice Restorative Justice initiatives Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan Justice 220-19th Street East Saskatoon, Sask. S7K 2H6 tel: (306) 933 6689 fax: (306) 933 8008

Saskatchewan Regina Aboriginal Member Agencies: Human Services 1. Youth Unlimited: Youth Unlimited Cooperative Provides outreach, educational, 3014 Dewdney Avenue

recreational, social, cultural and Regina, Sask. training opportunities to inner- tel: (306) 525 2148 city and "at risk" children and youth 2. Circle Project: Circle Project Food bank referrals, counselling, 1102-8th Avenue Fine Option opportunities, Regina, Sask. cultural programs, on-the-job tel: (306) 347 7515 training, alcohol/drug abuse programs, basic education/literacy programs, Womenspeak Menspeak, healing circles, First Nation parenting and child care programs 3. All Nations Hope: All Nations Hope HIV-AIDS presentations, 1852 Angus Street educator training, information Regina, Sask. and displays, counselling and tel: (306) 924 8424 support for Aboriginal people

• with HIV-AIDS and their families

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4. John Howard Society: Public education, service to victims, Fine Option program, Community Service Order Program, Youth Mediation, Youth Stop-lift and Conununity Service Order for Youth 5. Circle of Life-Lutheran

Native Ministry: Sunday worship, drop-in lunch program, food bank referrals, Fine Option program, emergency aid, referral and counselling, social advocacy and intervention, Alcoholics Anonymous meetings and children/youth programs 6. Namerind Housing

Corporation: Provides low-income housing to Aboriginals, including a social development unit offering support to tenants 7. Indian and Metis

Christian Fellowship: Sunday worship, morning prayer circle, food bank referrals, food program, A.A. Meetings, talking/healing circles, pastoral counselling/support, cultural and sport activities, children's bible class, social activities and special events, elders and youth programs and placement agency for Fine Option. 8. Regina Metis Sport and

Culture: Sport, cultural and social activities for youth, including boxing, dancing, traditional hunting and trapping school, and drop-in centre

John Howard Society 2332-1 lth Avenue Regina, Sask. tel: (306) 757 6657

Circle of Life-Lutheran Native Ministry 1459 Retallack Street Regina, Sask. tel: (306) 757 0120

Namerind Housing Corporation 1121 Winnipeg Street Regina, Sask. tel: (306) 525 0147

Indian and Metis Christian Fellowship 3131 Dewdney Avenue Regina, Sask. tel: (306) 359 1096

Regina Metis Sport and Culture 1235-2nd Avenue North Regina, Sask. tel: (306) 775 2385 or tel: (306) 775 1093

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Saskatchewan Regina Aboriginal Two programs that attempt to Dale Pelletier Human Services implement restorative justice Executive Director Cooperative approaches are in development: Regina Aboriginal Human

1) a post release program Services Cooperative 2) Action Committee for 2932 Dewdney Avenue Children at Risk Regina, Sask.

S4T OX9 tel: (306) 352 5415

« fax: (306) 565 2445

Saskatchewan Alternative Measures With the help of store security Barry Guy

Shoplifting Program personnel, cases of shoplifting are Regina Police Service

diverted to Regina Alternative Box 196

Measures Program (RAMP) Regina, Saskatchewan

without having to consult police. S4P 2Z8 tel: (306) 777 6517 fax: (306) 777 6599

Saskatchewan Family Group The Regina Alternative Measures Dale Pelletier

Conferences Program (RANIP)has been Executive Director

offering Family Group Regina Aboriginal Human

Conferencing since September Services Cooperative 1996. An ongoing evaluation 2932 Dewdney Avenue

component has been developed Regina, Sask. and added to the program. S4T 0X9

tel: (306) 352 5415 fax: (306) 565 2445

Saskatchewan Mediation A move towards more mediation Chief Judge Brosi Nutting

Regina and Prince Albert that deals with civil actions / Provincial Court of claims. Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan Justice 220-19th Street East Saskatoon, Sask. S7K 2H6 tel: (306) 933 6689 fax: (306) 933 8008

Saskatchewan Adult Diversion The Regina Alternative Measure Dale Pelletier Program (RAMP) includes youth Executive Director and adult offenders for both pre Regina Aboriginal Human & post charge diversion. The Services Cooperative adult diversion program has 2932 Dewdney Avenue many alternatives such as Regina, Sask. accountability hearings, healing S4T OX9 circles, referrals to programming tel: (306) 352 5415 and victim/offender mediation fax: (306) 565 2445

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rovided is Supportand training p Saskatchewan Continued support for Ken Acton, Director of rams andro g pg Restorative Justice in runnin Mediation Services

ing p . rojects initiatives focusing on the develop Saskatchewan Justice Training sessions were held Northern areas of the 120-2151 Scarth Street August 12-21, 1997 province Regina, Sask.

S4P 3V7 tel: (306) 787 5749

fax: (306) 787 0088

support and training su oing pp g Saskatchewan Restorative Justice Ong in Ken Acton the province in the areas of Training Director of Mediation Restorative Justice, Family Services Group Conferences, and Saskatchewan Justice Victim/Offender Mediation. 120-2151 Scarth Street Known Partners: Regina, Sask. Provincial Government, Social S4P 3V7 Services, Justice, Community tel: (306) 787 5749 Agencies, Aboriginal Community fax: (306) 787 0088 (FSIN, Local Tribal Council).

The John Howard Society is Saskatchewan Promotion of and public Rick McCormick involved in developing education on new Executive Director restorative projects and in Restorative Justice John Howard Society of promoting public education on projects Saskatchewan this subject. 171 2nd Avenue South

Saskatoon, Sask. S7K 1K6 tel: (306) 244 8347 fax: (306) 244 9923

Saskatchewan Program Development A Restorative Justice Committee S/Sergeant Gary Tuffs currently exists and there are RCMP plans to put a Street Worker Box 690 Program in place. The final LaRonge, Sask. adjustments on Young Offender SOJ 1L0 and Adult Mediation (both pre tel: (306) 352 2166 and post charge) are in progress fax: (306) 425 2169 Known Partners: - RCMP - Social Services - Lac LaRonge Indian Band - Pimowaton Women's Shelter - Kilanahk Centre - Town of Air Ronge - Saskatchewan Justice - Some concerned citizens

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Saskatchewan Province Wide This program has been operating Melanie Pedersen Restorative Justice for about a year. An agreement Aboriginal Women's Initiative has been made to provide Council of Saskatchewan

mediation and counselling to Inc. clients from Justice and Social Selkirk Place Services 101-118-121st Street East Known Partners: Prince Albert, Sask. - Community Services Branch of S6V 1B6 Saskatchewan Justice (Maxine tel: (306) 763 6005 Hodgson or Peter Braun) on the fax: (306) 922 6034 Mediation/Counselling initiative - Community Services, Policy Planning and Evaluation, SIMAS (Doreen Bradshaw), Saskatchewan Social Services and Saskatchewan Health on the province wide issues.

Alberta Alberta Criminal Justice Panels on Restorative Justice and Kathy Gregory Association - Conference a follow up meeting of Alberta Calgary John Howard on Restorative Justice participants to the "Achieving Society

. Satisfying Justice" Symposium tel: (403) 297-2977 May 22-24, 1997 were held as part of this event. or

Howard Sapers MLA Edmonton Glenora Constituency Office 10224-140 Street Edmonton, Alta T5N 2L4

Alberta Utilization of Restorative The concepts of restorative D. Hildreth Justice Concepts justice are utilized in the Young Alberta Justice

Offender and Adult Alternative Correctional Services Measures Prograrns and through Division the more recently expanded 2nd Floor utilization of Youth Justice Provincial Building Committees and Sentencing 4709-44 Avenue Circles. Stoney Plain, Alta

T72 1N4 tel: (403) 963 6114 fax: (403) 963 9709

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Alberta Edmonton Police Service This initiative involves a plan to Randy Wickens Edmonton Police Service create a coordinator position in 9620-103A Ave. the Restorative Justice area. Edmonton, Alta.

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tel: (403) 421-2822 fax: (403) 421-2341

Alberta Canadian Criminal Preiiminary plans are underway Gaston St. Jean Canadian Criminal Justice Justice Association for Congress '99 on the theme of Association Biammal Conference "A Restoration in Justice" 383 Parkdale Ave.

1999 Room 304 Ottawa, Ont. KlY 4R4 tel: (613) 725 3715 fax: (613) 725 3720 OR Howard Sapers MLA Edmonton Glenora Constituency Office 10224-140 Street Edmonton, Alta. T5N 2L4

British Article on "Achieving "Restorative Justice: A Model for Fraser Simmons Columbia Satisfying Justice - A the Future" was written by Fraser Regional Director

Symposium on Simmons and published by the National Parole Board hnplementing Restorative Canadian Criminal Justice 32315 South Fraser Way, Models" held in Association (CCJA) in Justice 3rd Floor Vancouver - March 1997 Report Vol. 12 No. 3. Abbotsford B.C. Spring 1997 V2T 1W6

tel: (604) 870-2462 fax: (604) 870-2498

British "Restorative Justice and This paper was widely distributed Tracy Porteous Columbia Criminal Justice Reform in June 1997 as a discussion Co-ordinator

in B.C. - Identifying document. BC Association of Some Preliminary Specialized Victim Questions and Issues" - a In October 1997, BCASVACP is Assistance and Counselling discussion paper prepared Progratns (BCASVACP) planning to hold a Restorative for BCASVACP by 505-620 View Street Justice Discussion Session as an Sandra A. Goundry Victoria, BC opportunity for dialogue between June 1997 service providers and senior V8W 1J6

decision makers within the B.C. tel: (250) 995 2166 Ministry of the Attorney General. fax: (250) 995 2167

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The video conference reached Achieving Satisfying Willie Blonde British Justice in Your over 400 participants in 9 Executive Director Columbia Corrununity: locations across the province and

John Howard Society of BC A Video Conference on was a result of a collaborative #3-481 Head Street effort to bring together Restorative Justice Victoria, BC

representatives from a variety of Approaches V9A 5S1 stakeholder groups. A number of TEL: (250) 361 1551 follow-up activities are planned British Columbia FAX: (250) 361 4383

June 19 - 20, 1997 as à result of this conference. Objectives of the Conference: - To provide information about the current over-use of prisons, especially for non-violent offenders - To explain the philosophy & principles of Restorative Justice approaches - To share experiences of Restorative Justice approaches presently operating in BC & elsewhere

. - To plan Restorative Justice approaches which will effectively respond to victims & offenders in . the community - To create a Task Group to monitor & advise Justice Ministries & to support conununity based groups in implementing Restorative Justice approaches - To ensure that Victim/Assistance representatives were able to come to the table and express their concerns

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British Western Correctional Several sessions on restorative Ron Wiebe Columbia Association Training justice make up a part of the Warden

Conference conference agenda. Ferndale Institution Resource persons for relevant 33737 Dewdney Trunk Rd

White Rock, B.C. plenaries and workshops include: P.O. Box 50

September 28-October 1, Ujjal Dosanjh (Attorney General Mi

. ssion, B.C.

1997 Province of B.C.) Jane Miller -Ashton (CSC) V2V 4L8

Sharon McIvor (Nicola Valley tel: (604) 826-5410 Institution of Technology) fax: (604) 826-5519

Dave Gustafuson (Fraser Region Community Justice Initiatives)

Hugh Kirkegaard (CSC Community Chaplaincy)

British Justice Reform in British The Attorney General released a Fern Jeffries Columbia Columbia paper entitled "Strategic Reforms Ministry of the Attorney

of British Columbia's Justice General System" which sets out the 1001 Douglas Street province's priorities for Justice Reform and encourages Victoria, B.C. restorative approaches which V8V 2C3

include victim involvement, tel: (250) 387-8030 offender accountability, conununity participation, and early resolution of conflict.

British Course on understanding This course will draw on Ron Geddert Columbia and managing conflict principles of restorative justice tel: (604) 853-5343

October 3, 1997 and interest-based negotiation as primary strategies, and will be taught by Ron Claassen, Co- director of the Centre for Peacemaking and Conflict Studies, Fresno Pacific University. It will be held at the . Mennonite Biblical Seminary (B.C. Centre) in Abbotsford B.C.

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British Pastors and Spiritual Known Partners: Correctional Bernard Mullins Columbia Leaders Workshop on Service of Canada, Mennonite Chaplain,

Restorative Justice Central Committee, Abbotsford Ferndale Institution October 28, 1997 Community Services and Fraser

Region Community Justice Correctional Service of Initiatives Canada Restorative Justice tel: (604) 826-1231

Victim Services Providers Workshop

' October 29, 1997 _

Restorative Justice Victims of Crime Workshop

October 31, 1997

British Restorative Justice This course on restorative justice Dave Gustafson Columbia Course will be taught by Dave Gustafson Co-Director, Fraser Region

at Simon Fraser University in the Cortununity Justice Spring 1998 Initiatives Association

#101-20678 Eastleigh Cres. Langley, BC V3A 4C4

, tel: (604) 534 5515 fax: (604) 534 6989

British Support to Gitxsan House This initiative will provide Victoria Russell Columbia Groups services that support Gitxsan Gitxsan Health Authorities

house groups in taking action and tel: (250) 849 5555 making decisions: or

- about crime prevention, Don Ryan intervention, and dispute Gitxsan Treaty Office resolution; tel: (250) 842 6082 - affecting members who or are involved with the Linda Morrison

• Canadian justice system, Unlocking Aboriginal at the time of laying Justice charges, sentencing and tel: (250) 842 6511 rehabilitation. or

The initiative will also create a Val Napoleon justice plan which extends tel: (250) 842 5844 beyond Unlocking Aboriginal

- Justice (UAJ) to include social, • economic, and health services.

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British Inside Out: Applied This research project is designed Val R. Napoleon Columbia Research for Gitxsan to critically examine justice P.O. Box 172

Justice issues from within a Gitxsan Hazelton, BC cultural perspective. The project VOY 1Y0 builds on and draws from years tel: (250) 842 5844 of practical experience delivering fax: (250) 842 6104 the Unlocking Aboriginal Justice (UAJ) program in six Gitxsan communities. Funding costs for UAJ are provided by the Attorney General of BC, Solicitor General, and provincial ministries of Social Services and Health

British Conference- "Ethics in This conference will consider the Professor Margaret Jackson Columbia Practice: The Challenges potential of Restorative Justice School of Criminology

of Everyday Experience" principles for assisting with Simon Fraser University decision-making strategies in Burnaby, BC

Spring 1998 ethically-based contexts. V5A 1S6 tel: (604) 291 4305 fax: (604) 291 4140

British The Spiritual Roots of Proposed Partners: Michael L. Hadley Columbia Restorative Justice - International Centre for Professor

Criminal Justice Reform University of Victoria August 16-25, 1998 - School of Religion, U. Of Iowa P.O. Box 1700 Sorrento Retreat & - Conrad Grebel College, U. Of Victoria, BC Conference Centre Waterloo V8W 2Y2

- Prison Fellowship International tel: (250) 721 6325 Sorrento, BC - Chaplaincy, Correctional fax: (250) 721 6234

Services Canada

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British Planned Educational Workshops will be offered to: Joanne Severn Columbia Workshop on Restorative - the Mayors of the Lower Fraser Correctional Services

Justice Valley in response to their Canada (Pacific Region) interest 32560 Simon Avenue

Early 1998 - the Pacific Council of Senior P.O. Box 4500 Federal Officials (heads of all the Rm 205, 2nd floor federal departments) Clearbrook, BC

V2T 5L7 tel: (604) 870 2647

„ fax: (604) 870 2430

This model, based on a Dave Gustafson British Collaborative Sentence Restorative Justice framework, Co-Director Columbia Planning Model (CSP) has been further developed by Fraser Region Community Fraser Region Cotnmunity Justice Initiatives Justice Initiatives, and plans to Association implement the model are under discussion with various partners. 101-20678 Eastleigh

Crescent

Langley, BC V3A 4C4

tel: (604) 534-5515 ° fax: (604) 534-6989

British Self Evaluation Manuals The projects that are to be funded Dianne Wood Columbia by the Aboriginal Justice Senior Policy Advisor

Directorate will be consulted and Aboriginal Justice will receive a self evaluation Department of Justice manual which is in the process of 130 Albert Street being developed. Ottawa, Ont.

K1A OH8 tel: (613) 957 4719 fax: (613) 957 4697

The Community Justice Division North West Alternative Ways of Colin Bonnycastle art of a larg Territories Administering Justice in is p er initiative GNWT Department of

involving judges, police, the North Justice prosecutors, Corrections, and Community Justice Division especially communities. The 989 Gitzel Street Community Justice Approach is Yellowknife, NWT based on a volunteer committee X1A 2C7 model that is representative of a tel: (403) 873 7002 cross section of the conununity. fax: (403) 873 0299 This allows communities to seize

° a higher degree of responsibility to resolve their problems.

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North West Territories

First Nations and Inuit Interest

There are a number of First Nations and Inuit organizations that are interested and working in

this field on a regional and cultural specific basis.

Colin Bonnycastle GNWT Department of Justice

Community Justice Division 989 Gitzel Street Yellowknife, NWT X1A 2C7 tel: (403) 873 7002 fax: (403) 873 0299

North West Territories

NWT Committee involvement

Some NWT committees are involved in: - crime prevention and healing initiatives; - cautioning initiatives through assisting RCMP with home visits to problem solve with families; - assisting the Justice of the Peace and judges in sentencing considerations; - providing alternative placements for incarcerated offenders; and; - post release reintegration of offenders into the community.

Colin Bonnycastle GNWT Department of Justice Community Justice Division 989 Gitzel Street Yellowknife, NWT X1A 2C7 tel: (403) 873 7002 fax: (403) 873 0299

Yukon Dena Keh Jeanie Norby Program Co-ordinator Liard First Nations tel: (403) 536-2131

A comprehensive justice initiative to help Liard First Nations re-establish healthy communities and achieve the full potential of all Liard First Nations citizens through healing, education and employment opportunities. Phase 1 of the program plan is currently in place and includes diversion of both adult and youth matters based on a family group conferencing model, meaningful participation in deliberation on territorial and federal sentencing matters and reintegration of offenders to the conununity.

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Yukon Family Group A program to help six to eleven Mary Jane Oliver Conferencing for year olds and their families deal Social Worker Children Under 12 with and prevent further harmful Family and Children

behaviour using a family group Services conferencing approach tel: (403) 667-3002

Yukon Restorative Justice Yukon participants at the Joy Waters Working Paper Achieving Satisfying Justice Director

National Symposium on Community and ReÉtorative Justice held in March Correctional Services 1997, have formed an ad hoc Yukon Department of working group to follow though Justice on three goals made at the P.O. Box 2703 Symposium wrap-up. The Whitehorse commitments include: YlA 5S4 1-developing an inventory of tel: (403) 667-8293 restorative justice initiatives fax: (403) 393-6326 currently in operation in the or Yukon Sandra Gleason 2- developing a common set of Council for Yukon First values and principles for Yukon Nations restorative justice initiatives Justice Services

‘ To achieve this objective, the tel: (403) 667-8294 planning of a Yukon wide conference is in development with a target date for spring 1998. This conference would bring together all the players who are currently involved in restorative justice initiatives. 3- developing a strategy for public education about restorative justice.

Yukon Coinmunity Justice The communities of Carcross, Bob Cole Committees Haines Junction, Carmacks and Director

Faro have implemented Community Development community justice committees and Policing involved in pre and post charge Yukon Department of adult and youth diversion Justice activities. Some committees P.O. Box 2703 include victim offender Whitehorse reconciliation when appropriate. Yl A 5S4

.. tel: (403) 667-5962

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Yukon Kwanlin Dun Community The project coordinates circle Wendi Randall Justice Project sentencing initiatives, provides Acting Program Director

support to offenders and offers Yukon Department of some support to victims. The Justice program is currently in the P.O. Box 2703 process of expanding the scope of Whitehorse their programming to include YlA 5S4 adult youth pre and post charge tel: (403) 667 -4803 diversion.

Yukon Teslin Tlingit Cotmcil The objectives of the Peacemaker Mimtie Judes Peace Malcers Court Court are to : Justice Program

- encourage healing and Coordinator reparation for individuals in Telsin Tlingit Council dispute or in conflict with the law tel: (403) 390-2532 - combine traditional and contemporary forms of justice to create a balanced system -educate and create awareness of the history, culture and traditions of the Tlingit people relating to justice -hold Teslin Tlingit citizens accountable to their community and Clan(s) in a way that is meaningful to them by practicing traditional justice

Yukon Workforce Transition This project consists of an Sandra Gleason Project intensive one to one re- Justice Services

integration program for "high risk Council for Yukon First to re-offend" incarcerated Nations offenders who are returning to tel: (403) 667-3781 their home communities. The aim is to provide intensive support upon offenders' return to the community so that they can

. become meaningfully re- established in work or school and with other support systems.

Various The National Parole One full day was devoted to Sharon Rideout Locations Board Annual General Aboriginal issues. Presentations National Parole Board

Meeting and discussions focused around 340 Laurier Ave. W. March 1997 Aboriginal issues and restorative Ottawa, Ontario

justice models. KlA 0P9 tel: (613) 954-7479 fax: (613) 995-4380

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Various "Building Community Written by Judge Barry Stewart For copies contact the Locations Justice Partnerships: Aboriginal Justice Section

Community Department of Justice of Peacemaking Circles" Canada March, 1997 Ottawa, Ontario

KlA OH8 tel: (613) 941-4105 fax: (613) 957-4697

Various Report: "Restoring The Alternative Justice Project of For copies contact: Atlantic Locations Peace" the Atlantic Coordinating Crime Prevention

Fall 1997 Committee on Crime Prevention Headquarters and Community Safety will be Box 1207 releasing its report this fall. This Charlottetown, P.E.I. report will highlight various CIA 7M8 initiatives related to restorative tel: (902) 892-0853 justice and alternative dispute fax: (902) 368-4096 resolution measures currently underway in the Atlantic Provinces

Various Development of and Scott Clark Locations consultation on a A/Director

Department of Justice Research and Statistics draft policy framework Department of Justice on Restorative Justice 239 Wellington St. Fall 1997 Ottawa, Ontario

KlA OP9 tel: (613) 957-9594 fax: (613) 957-2491

Various Development of a Jane Miller-Ashton Locations framework paper which Director

will assist in Restorative Justice & determining CSC's role Dispute Resolution Unit, and plans with respect to Correctional Service of Restorative Justice Canada Fall 1997 340 Laurier Ave. W.

Ottawa, Ontario KlA OP9 tel: (613) 992-2017 fax: (613) 941-8477

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Various The establishment of the Since its creation 18 months ago, Jane Miller-Ashton Locations Restorative Justice and this unit has been exploring Director

Dispute Resolution Unit, CSC's role with respect to Restorative Justice & Correctional Service of restorative justice and dispute Dispute Resolution Unit, Canada resolution, and has supported a Correctional Service of

variety of internal and external Canada educational, training, and direct 340 Laurier Ave. W. service initiatives relevant to this Ottawa, Ontario field. There have also been other KlA 0P9 NHQ, Regional and local tel: (613) 992-2017 initiatives within CSC that have fax: (613) 941-8477 been launched in support of restorative goals.

Various Restorative Justice This week is an inspirational and Chaplaincy Division Locations Week: Community, educational initiative planned by Correctional Service of

Victims, Prisoners representatives of the various faith Canada November 16-22, 1997 conununities in Canada and 340 Laurier Ave. W.

coordinated by the Correctional Ottawa, Ontario Service of Canada. KlA 0P9

tel: (613) 996-9034 fax: (613) 952-8464

Various National Initiative to Circles of Support attempt to Hugh Kirkegaard Locations develop Circles of reduce the risk of repeat offences Community Chaplain

Support across the by sexual offenders released at Toronto Community country. Warrant Expiry. The project Chaplaincy Comencing September involves community volunteers Correctional Service of 15, 1997 who form support groups with sex Canada

offenders who are re-entering the 330 Keele Street community. Toronto, Ontario

M6P 2K7 tel: (416) 952-6498 fax: (416) 973-9723

Various Training Conferences for The objective of these two-day REAL JUSTICE Locations Family Group conference coordinators P.O. Box 229

Conferencing workshops is to prepare Bethlehem, PA, USA Winnipeg, Manitoba participants to run REAL 18016-0229 November 3-4, 1997. JUSTICE family group tel: (610) 807-9221 Toronto, Ontario conferences. Educators, police, In Canada: November 17-18, 1997. probation officers, youth workers, tel: (416) 944-8705 Vancouver, B.C. victim service providers and January 5-6, 1998. others who want to conduct Edmonton, Alberta family group conferences are February 5-6, 1998. invited to attend. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan (US sites also available) February 9-10, 1998.

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Various A Canadian restorative Jennifer Gates-Flaherty Locations justice training manual Aboriginal Policing Branch

for the RCMP. Community, Contract and November 1997 Policing Services

RCMP tel: (613) 993-4301 fax: (613) 998-2405

Various Literature Review An international review of Tim Roberts Locations initiatives regarding Restorative Principal

J_ustice with a main focus on Focus Consultants Adult Alternative Measures. 100 Viaduct Avenue West

R.R. # 7 Victoria, BC tel: (250) 479-2962 fax: (250) 479-2962 or Scott Clark A/Director Research & Statistics Department of Justice 239 Wellington Street Ottawa, Ontario KlA OH9 tel: (613) 957-9594

- fax: (613) 957-2491 Various Aboriginal elder-assisted This program attempts to ensure Fraser Simmons Locations parole hearings cultural sensitivity in the parole National Parole Board

conducted in the Prairie process for Native offenders Prairie Region and Pacific regions tel: (604) 870-2462

fax: (604) 870-2498 and Norm Fagnou National Parole Board tel: (306) 975-5046 fax: (306) 975-5892

Various The development of This program attempts to increase Norm Fagnou Locations Hearing Circles in the community involvement in the National Parole Board

Prairie region parole process. • tel: (306) 975-5046 fax: (306) 975-5892

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Various Program to Share This program is designed to Carole Whissell Locations Mediators in Cases recruit and train mediators in Counsel

Involving Harassment or federal government departments Dispute Resolution Project Conflict on the to conduct mediations in cases Department of Justice Workplace involving harassment or conflict Canada

in the workplace. The program 239 Wellington Street will establish a registry of Room 158 qualified mediators and these Ottawa, Ontario mediators will be shared among KlA 0H8 different departments as needed. tel: (613) 941-4111

fax: (613) 954-8030 or Jane Miller-Ashton Director Restorative Justice and Conflict Resolution Unit Correctional Service of Canada 340 Laurier Avenue West Ottawa, Ontario KlA OP9 tel: (613) 992-2017 fax: (613) 941-8477

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Brief Description Contact

Various Locations

Community Justice Forums

The RCMP has trained over 50 members and conununity volunteers to facilitate the implementation of nation-wide Community Justice Forums.

Nova Scotia A few forums have been held by the RCMP and additional training is plarmed for this fall.

Prince Edward Island There will be additional training for Forum facilitators this fall. A team approach to the training has been proposed. Anticipated Partners: RCMP, municipal forces and community members

Manitoba Portage La Prairie has established Family Group Conferencing and Youth Justice Committees

National Contact: Jennifer Gates-Flaherty Aboriginal Policing Branch Community, Contract and Policing Services RCMP tel: (613) 993-4301 fax: (613) 998-2405

Nova Scotia Contact: Const. L.D. (Mac) MacIver (902) 798-2207

Prince Edward Island Contact: Constable Patricia MacNeil (902) 432-6500

Manitoba Contact: Greg Yost Director Research Manitoba Research tel: 204 945 0537 fax: 204 945 0433

Conference - "Justice Without Violence: Views from Peacemaking, Criminology, and Restorative Justice" Albany, New York, USA June 5-7, 1997

International

International Conununity Conferencing in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA The first conference will be held on September 4th, 1997

These conferences will be used in the Minneapolis downtown area to resolve disputes involving low level nuisance crime

Gena Gerard Steven Square Community Organization 110 East 18th Street, Suite 112 Minneapolis, Minnesota 55403 tel: (612) 871-7307

Dennis Sullivan Institute for Economic and Restorative Justice tel: (518) 765-2468

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International Training Session on "How to This is an intensive three day Elaine Enns Start a Victim Offender training session based on the Associate Director Reconciliation Program" Fresno Victim Offender Centre for Peacemaking Fresno, California USA Reconciliation Program and Conflict Studies October 13-15, 1997 (VORP) which includes 1717 South Chestnut

organizational development, Ave. Fresno, California case management, CA 91702 restitution/case follow-up, and tel: (209) 455-5843

« volunteer recruitment. Hosted fax: (209) 252-4800 by the Fresno Pacific University Centre for Peacemaking and Conflict Studies.

International Annual Conference of the The theme of this conference SPIDR International Society of Professionals in will be "The Evolution of Office Dispute Resolution (SPrDR) Dispute Resolution: SPIDR's 815 15th Street, NW, Portland, Oregon, USA Silver Amiiversary". The Suite 530 October 14-18, 1998 conference will begin with Washington, D.C. USA

plenary on the present state of 20005 dispute resolution throughout tel: (202) 783-7277 the world and will conclude fax: (202) 783-7281 with a plenary which focuses on where the field has been and where it is going.

International 5th Annual Restorative Justice Hosted by the Fresno Pacific Elaine Enns Conference University Centre for Associate Director Fresno, California USA Peacemaking and Conflict Centre for Peacemaking October 17-18, 1997 Studies and the Victim and Conflict Studies

Offender Reconciliation 1717 South Chestnut Program of the Central Valley, Ave. Fresno, California Inc. (VORP). CA 91702

tel: (209) 455-5843 fax: (209) 252-4800

International Family Group Conferencing to The staff of the institution Connie Roehich be implemented in Shakopee have already been trained in Warden Women's Institution Family Group Conferencing. Shakopee Women's Minnesota, U.S.A. The hope is to use this training Institution Fall 1997 to resolve conflicts within the MCF Shakopee

institution. 1010 West 6th Ave. Shakopee, Minnesota 55379 tel: (612) 496-4440

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International 15th Annual Conference of the Workshops are designed to Academy of Family Academy of Family Mediators present information about Mediators "Mediation: Spotlight on Process" topical areas of mediation 4 Militia Drive San Francisco, California USA practice and special issues of Lexington, MA July 7-11, 1998 interest to mediators. 02173

tel: (617) 674-2663 fax: (617) 674-2690

International First North American Conference on This conference will provide REAL JUSTICE Conferencing: A New Responsé to a forum for exchange on P.O. Box 229 Wrongdoing" .. program models, Bethlehem, PA, USA Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA implementation and legal 18016-0229 August 5-7, 1998 information, research (610) 807-9221

findings, evaluation results, In Canada: and experiences with (416) 944-8705 conferencing. Types of conferencing to be discussed include community, police, court and corrections conferencing.

International Sentencing Circles in Urban 2 projects are in the planning Kay Pranis Communities, USA and development process: Restorative Justice

one in Minneapolis and the Plamier other in Washington County. Restorative Justice The anticipated Unit

.. implementation date for both Minnesota of these projects is the fall of Department of Justice 1997. 1450 Energy Park

Drive, Suite 200 St. Paul, Minnesota 55108-5219 tel: (612) 642-0329 fax: (612) 642-0457

International 10th UN Conference Restorative Justice has been added to the agenda

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International 6th Armual International Conference The theme is "Sharing Tools Steve Olweean or on Conflict Resolution for Personal/Global Sandra Friedman May 8-18, 1998 Harmony" Common Bond St. Petersburg, Russia Institute

12170 S. Pine Ayr Drive Climax, Michigan, USA 49034 tel. and fax: (616) 665-9393

International Standards in Restorative Justice, Standards in Restorative Martin Wright U.K. Justice is a group which tel: (0181) 671-8037

attempts to influence the development of restorative justice. The group has established principles and standards for the guidance of future Restorative Justice practice.

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