Disconnected: Ontario prisoners lack basic phone access

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  • Polish News says:

    Excellent ideas throughout this post, personally Im gonna have to bookmark this and come back to it. Im curious if you have any follow ups to this post?

  • Dalv Arora says:

    And what exactly does this have to do with the healthcare system, or medicine ?

  • Paul Anderson says:

    Thank you for this thoughtful article. There are many deficiencies in way incarceration is handled in Ontario. In addition to the injustices done to prisoners, the public would likely be outraged to know how many innocent people on the outside are harmed by the system’s flaws, and at what cost to the broader society.


Clara Pasieka


Clara Pasieka holds a master’s degree in Public Policy, Law and Public Administration and is an alumna of the Ontario Legislature Internship Programme and Tebasum Durrani is a lawyer in Toronto, who has worked in community legal clinics across the city. 

Tebasum Durrani


Tebasum Durrani is a Toronto-based lawyer in and a Global Journalism Fellow at the Dalla Lana School of Public Health.

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