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Creative & Healing Approaches to Justice Event

Thanks to everyone who made our Creative & Healing Approaches to Justice Event at Saint Paul University on September 24, 2018 a wonderful success! Many Thanks to our guests: Jill Kooymans of Ontario Theatre and Rehabilitation through Arts in Corrections Mark Fry...

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Restorative Justice, Empathy and #MeToo

May is Sexual Assault Prevention Month. Additionally, Victims and Survivors of Crime Week begins today, May 28th. This is an important time to bring to the forefront of our minds and hearts the experiences of victims…

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Easter Message 2018

We at CCJC believe in the Easter power of God to enter our lives and redeem and resurrect that which has been broken. Join with us in finding those people and places in our lives and in our world where we need to shine the light of redemption.

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Christmas Message 2017

The wise ones were risk takers. Following the star, traveling beyond the familiar and the known, they sought something new. Perhaps they were motivated by the everyday reminders that something wasn’t right: poverty, cultural oppression, aggressive empires. Discouraged...

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CCJC Supports the Implementation of UNDRIP

The UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) is the most comprehensive international instrument establishing a universal framework of minimum standards for the survival, dignity and well-being of the indigenous peoples of the world. The values that...

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Word From The President

Dr. Rebecca Bromwich was elected President of the Church Council on Justice and Corrections in 2017, after having served on the Board as Treasurer for six years. She shares Archbishop Desmond Tutu’s encouragement that we all do our “little bits of good that, together, can overwhelm the world”.

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CCJC 2017 Annual General Meeting

A Friendly Reminder - CCJC's Annual General Meeting is Coming Up! Tuesday, September 12, 2017 12:00 pm (EDT) Via Teleconference   Each current member (in good standing) of The Church Council on Justice and Corrections who is aged 18 and over is entitled to one vote on...

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