Media Articles

  • 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
  • Sexual Assault Services of Saskatchewan
    Newsletter March 2017

  • Women's History Month Round-Up
    March 28, 2017

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

  • 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

  • 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

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

  • 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