Commentary While crime and justice issues are always prominent in the news, they are rarely front and centre during election campaigns. Justice is a nuanced issue that provides a myriad of problems with few simple solutions. Due to the complexity of justice issues and the potential for them to blow up, politicians are loath to wade into the subject during election campaigns. Criminal justice is a federal issue, however, and every party has policies on it even if they don’t make leading election planks on it. While the Trudeau Liberals have not released their full platform in this election yet, we can assume they still support the justice policies that they were pursuing before the election was called. Bill C-22, introduced in February, would have reversed provisions for mandatory minimum sentencing for over 20 crimes. The mandatory minimums were imposed by the Harper government and the Liberals had long said …
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