Justine Treadeau cares more for Syrian children than he does for Native children.


DaSleeper
+1
#31
Liberals and global warmists have to believe!
 
MHz
#32
Quote: Originally Posted by DaSleeperView Post

I stand corrected on the native correctional facility, the header mentions Native children..
But Gerry is correct in his reason for posting it...


Plus it's a child like attempt at gathering undeserved sympathy...


another OCD characteristic!

I already have a thread going about how chance was murdered by Alberta Health. This thread is far less important as it only shows how two-faced the ones with the power to change things are. If that bothers you speak up of get off the thread. Not that hard of a decision.
You should have left gerr out of it, now you have no credibility at all.
My reason for posting it is JT says his support for bombing a foreign country was to protect the children when there are indian children that are being experimented on and he gives a s*it about that when it is in his own back yard.

It is Federal issue when it is Health Canada putting out vids that target Indians in the north and their 'solutions' are guaranteed to spread a little mold throughout the whole house and that is where the children come in. (unlike the Lawyers in Calgary who get a whole different way to deal with the very same kind of mold.

There goes yours and gerr's pet theory. Perhaps you should examine gerr's motives for following thread that he has no actual interest in, that would go for yourself as well toad.

Mould and Your Health - What you need to know for a healthier home: Information for First Nations Community Members [Health Canada, 2010] (external - login to view)

Dish soap doesn't do it and it should not keep coming back if white vinegar is used in the clean-up and then the area doused with a solution made with water and borax and the borax will keep the mold from coming back. Heath Canada's method would have a whole house infested with mold and that would soon include the whole community and all the illnesses that come with such exposure.

Does Borax Kill Mold? Cleaning, Removal, Powder, Detergent, Solution (external - login to view)

Remove Mold With Borax and Vinegar. The Royal maid Service. (external - login to view)

Does Vinegar Kill Mold? Cleaning & Removal, Ratio to Water, Solution (external - login to view)

removemoldguide.com/do-it-you...t-rid-of-mold/ (external - login to view)

Bleach is no longer recommended as it is a harsh chemical and all the other methods are not. All items are extremely good at killing mold and all are very cheap to buy and can be found almost anywhere. Heath Canada and Alberta Health like sick people as it justifies their existence.
 
gerryh
#33
Quote: Originally Posted by MHzView Post


Mould and Your Health - What you need to know for a healthier home: Information for First Nations Community Members [Health Canada, 2010] (external - login to view)


Very good video put out by Health Canada, as long as it is listened to and followed.
 
petros
#34
If you don't it's murder.
 
gerryh
+2
#35
Quote: Originally Posted by petrosView Post

If you don't it's murder.


obviously mhz didn't follow it. I'm sure, though, that that would be someone elses fault.
 
MHz
#36
Good summation of why you are such a f*cktard. It's an article with some very bad advice.

Quote: Originally Posted by gerryhView Post

obviously mhz didn't follow it. I'm sure, though, that that would be someone elses fault.

We should have a coffe, real soon.
 
DaSleeper
+1
#37
A true story: I bought my house my house in '87.....The asking price was 63K, the normal price for the area for a 1000 square foot two bedroom bungalow, with another one in the one half finished basement....
When we went to check it in september it had been empty all summer and the basement stank of sewer gas so bad, the real estate lady was holding her breath and couldn't wait to get out.
After I had a good look around as we were going out I surreptitiously unlocked the back door before we went out the front.
When she dropped us off at the real estate office....I went back to the house, which my wife was dead set against buying because of her sensitive sense of smell
We went down the basement, I found the shut off valve for the water, turned it on and filled the P Traps of the two floor drains, opened a few windows, and turned just the fan on the furnace.
The next morning, even my wife couldn't smell anything, so I shut the windows, locked the door and went to the office and offered 48K and went to the bank to start loan procedure.
Three days later my offer was accepted, the owner was a transferred OPP, and the real estate lady convinced him he wouldn't get any more.....
The officer didn't really loose a thing, because on a transfer they get paid the loss.
After he came up north to sign the papers, he came to see me and we had a good laugh when I told him what I had done to knock the price down.
Last edited by DaSleeper; 2 weeks ago at 06:01 PM..
 
MHz
#38
I assume you mean 1,000sqft rather than 100. Good score.
 
gerryh
#39
Quote: Originally Posted by MHzView Post

Good summation of why you are such a f*cktard. It's an article with some very bad advice.


Of course it is.

Quote: Originally Posted by MHzView Post

We should have a coffe, real soon.


That ain't gonna happen.
 
MHz
#40
Aw, come on it would be a real eye-opener for you. Figuratively speaking of course. Be glad I'm not asking you to go moose hunting.
 
Bar Sinister
No Party Affiliation
#41
Quote: Originally Posted by DanbonesView Post

Oh...and this is the first liebarrel government we have ever had is it?

I wonder if Trudie is a catholic...?

Irrelevant, Bonehead. Aboriginal society has generally been ignored by pretty much every government Canada has had since the time of Confederation.
 
Johnnny
No Party Affiliation
#42
Its not that Justin cares more for Muslims than First Nation children its that he cares more about helping who is popular with the UN than who actually needs the help the most. He is like a Populist, :P
 
Tecumsehsbones
#43
Quote: Originally Posted by JohnnnyView Post

Its not that Justin cares more for Muslims than First Nation children its that he cares more about helping who is popular with the UN than who actually needs the help the most. He is like a Populist, :P

Deport 'em all. Problem solved.
 
MHz
#44
The prison and the inmates weren't ignored, they were used as lab rats to study the effects of long term exposure to mold. When the conclusion comes out (to the public) that overcrowding was the sole cause of all the 'problem' you should suspect something is very wrong with the assessment.

McCready Consultants Ltd.
December 2012


h: 0px; "> Nunavut Correctional Facility Strategy
Table of Contents
Summary........................................... .................................................. .................................. 1
Background .................................................. .................................................. ....................... 6
Introduction...................................... .................................................. .................................................. ..................................... 6
Context........................................... .................................................. .................................................. .......................................... 7
Strategy Foundations .................................................. .................................................. ........ 9
Correctional Mission & Objectives .................................................. .................................................. ............................... 9
Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit................................. .................................................. .................................................. ................... 9
Programs, Practices and Services .................................................. .................................................. ...............................10
Facility Strategy.......................................... .................................................. ....................... 13
Objectives........................................ .................................................. .................................................. ......................................13
Programs.......................................... .................................................. .................................................. .....................................13
Need for Custody Beds .................................................. .................................................. .................................................. ..13
Facilities for Men .................................................. .................................................. .................................................. .............15
Bed target of 268 beds in 15 years............................................. .................................................. ......................................15
Replace BCC with a new core facility, in Iqaluit. .................................................. .................................................. .....15
Add more beds for the Kitikmeot region .................................................. .................................................. .....................19
Add more beds for the Qikitaaluk region, outside of Iqaluit........................................... .......................................19
Facilities for Women .................................................. .................................................. .................................................. ......21
Implement ‘custody home’ concept for women and girls .................................................. ......................................21
Double the size of the women’s facility .................................................. .................................................. ........................21
Facilities for Youth............................................. .................................................. .................................................. ............... 22
Implement ‘custody home’ concept for open custody........................................... .................................................. ...22
Needs for Men .................................................. .................................................. ................ 23
Present Facilities........................................ .................................................. .................................................. ........................ 23
Past Facility Use............................................... .................................................. .................................................. .......................23
Future Requirements for Men............................................... .................................................. ......................................... 27
Federal Offenders .................................................. .................................................. .................................................. .................28
Regional Distribution...................................... .................................................. .................................................. .....................30
Community Distribution .................................................. .................................................. .................................................. ...33
Programs for Men............................................... .................................................. .................................................. ...............34
Existing BCC Programs.......................................... .................................................. .................................................. ..............35
BCC Institutional Services .................................................. .................................................. .................................................. 36
Programs at Other Facilities........................................ .................................................. .................................................. .....37
Federally Sentenced Men............................................... .................................................. .................................................. .....37
Programs of Interest.......................................... .................................................. .................................................. ...................38
Program Recommendations for Men............................................... .................................................. ...............................39
"> Nunavut Correctional Facility Strategy
Needs For Women............................................. .................................................. ................ 41
Present Facilities........................................ .................................................. .................................................. ........................ 41
Past Facility Use............................................... .................................................. .................................................. .......................41
Future Requirements for Women............................................. .................................................. ....................................43
Security Distribution...................................... .................................................. .................................................. .......................45
Regional Distribution...................................... .................................................. .................................................. .....................45
Community Distribution .................................................. .................................................. .................................................. ...47
Programs for Women............................................. .................................................. .................................................. .......... 47
Existing Programs.......................................... .................................................. .................................................. ........................48
Women – General .................................................. .................................................. .................................................. .................50
Program of Interest for Women .................................................. .................................................. ......................................52
Program Recommendations for Women............................................. .................................................. ..........................52
Needs for Youth .................................................. .................................................. .............. 53
Present Facilities........................................ .................................................. .................................................. ........................ 53
Past Facility Use............................................... .................................................. .................................................. .......................53
Future Requirements for Youth .................................................. .................................................. ..................................54
Security Distribution...................................... .................................................. .................................................. .......................56
Regional Distribution...................................... .................................................. .................................................. .....................56
Community Distribution .................................................. .................................................. .................................................. ...59
Programs for Youth .................................................. .................................................. .................................................. ........ 60
Existing Programs.......................................... .................................................. .................................................. ........................61
Institutional Services.......................................... .................................................. .................................................. ..................61
Young Female Offenders .................................................. .................................................. .................................................. ...62
Programs of Interest for Girls............................................. .................................................. ................................................62
Program Recommendations for Youth............................................. .................................................. ..............................62
Appendix I................................................. .................................................. ........................ 64
Facility Alternatives...................................... .................................................. .................................................. .................... 64
Adult Correctional Centre .................................................. .................................................. .................................................. 64
Healing Centre............................................ .................................................. .................................................. .............................65
Community Custody .................................................. .................................................. .................................................. ............65
Halfway House............................................. .................................................. .................................................. ............................66
Custody Home .................................................. .................................................. .................................................. ........................66
Attendance Centre .................................................. .................................................. .................................................. ...............66
Outpost Camp.............................................. .................................................. .................................................. .............................67
Appendix II................................................ .................................................. ........................ 68
Strategy Graphic........................................... .................................................. .................................................. ..........................68
Appendix III............................................... .................................................. ........................ 69
The Problem of BCC............................................... .................................................. .................................................. ................69

text-stroke-width: 0px; "> Appendix III
The Problem of BCC
Studies referencing the Baffin Correctional Centre, listed by date – most recent first:
Title, Author, Date
Fire Prevention Inspection Report, Frederick Morrison, 2010
Inspection Report, WSCC, June 2010
Baffin Correctional Centre Security Assessment, Accutech Engineering Inc.,
January 2009
RFD – Options for Correctional Offender Redistribution Required, Minister of
Justice – Government of Nunavut, April 2008
FMB - Baffin Correctional Centre Supplementary Funding for 2007 – 2008,
Department of Justice – Government of Nunavut, 2007
FMB – Baffin Correctional Centre Supplementary Funding for 2006 – 2007,
Department of Justice – Government of Nunavut, 2006
Rankin Inlet Healing Centre: Facility Role, McCready Consultants Ltd.,
November 2006
Government of Nunavut: Strategic Plan for Correctional Facilities, McCready
Consultants Ltd., June 2002
Cost Benefit Analysis: Correctional Services & Accommodations for Men
Offenders in Nunavut, Department of Justice – Government of Nunavut, 2001
BN – Corrections & Community Justice, Director of Corrections and Community
Justice – Government of Nunavut, March 2000
BN – Corrections & Community Justice, Director of Corrections and Community
Justice – Government of Nunavut, October 2000
Planning for Nunavut Corrections, Nunavut Corrections Planning Committee,
October 1999
Nunavut Social Development Council Retreat & Conference, Nunavut Social
Justice Council, September 1998
Crime & Corrections in the Northwest Territories, Management and Policy
International, August 1998
Baffin Correctional Centre: Functional Evaluation, Diane Magnusson, Facility
Planner, Department of Public Works & Services, Government of the Northwest
Territories, June 1996
Baffin Correctional Centre: Executive Summary, Harold W. Finkler, May 1981
Baffin Correctional Centre: Review of Current Programs & Alternatives, Harold W. Finkler, May 1981


As you should be able to see studies have been a high priority since 1981 and based on the index in the one referenced the only solution for the whole area is bigger prisons and not one word about the health effects of toxins such as black mold and the gasses found in live sewer systems.

So much for the statement in the OP e-mail that the north is a Provincial issue rather than it being a Federal one. So much for their honesty.
The link below says nothing about mould being a health hazard and a new facility does not take making it mould free as being on their list of priorities.

Corrections in Nunavut?Department of Justice (external - login to view)

2015 March Report of the Auditor General of Canada Corrections in Nunavut—Department of Justice



Problems identified. We found that the Department has been aware of critical deficiencies at the Baffin Correctional Centre for many years. The centre has been the subject of studies and reports dating back to 1996, including a report from the Office of the Correctional Investigator. These reports have highlighted operational limitations and safety and security concerns for the centre’s inmates and staff, including
  • overcrowding;
  • inability to separate inmates of different security levels, including those on remand;
  • lack of basic security requirements for medium- and maximum-security inmates;
  • lack of programming space;
  • housing of inmates in the gymnasium;
  • building deficiencies, including holes in the walls;
  • inability to properly disinfect cells, toilets, and showers;
  • the presence of mould and poor air quality; and
  • non-compliance with the National Fire Code.


Exhibit 2—The Rankin Inlet Healing Facility and Makigiarvik do not fully address deficiencies at the Baffin Correctional Centre


Critical deficiencies at the Baffin Correctional Centre identified through various studies and reports Baffin Correctional Centre deficiencies addressed by the new facilities Overcrowding For the short term Inability to separate inmates of different security levels, including those on remand Partially Lack of basic security requirements for medium-security inmates Partially Lack of basic security requirements for maximum-security inmates No Lack of programming space Partially Housing of inmates in the gymnasium Yes Building deficiencies, including holes in the walls No Inability to properly disinfect cells, toilets, and showers Yes The presence of mould and poor air quality No Non-compliance with the National Fire Code No

31. Planned renovations to the Baffin Correctional Centre. The Department did not replace the Baffin Correctional Centre, as set out in its 2006–07 fiscal year capital planning document. Further, the proposal for a $300,000 study to look at modernizing, expanding, and possibly replacing the Baffin Correctional Centre was removed from the Department’s 2010–11 fiscal year capital estimates by the Legislative Assembly.
32. The Department of Justice is currently proposing renovations to the Baffin Correctional Centre to make it suitable for maximum-security inmates and to address ongoing structural deficiencies. The Department estimates that it would cost approximately $8.8 million to bring the centre into compliance with the National Fire Code and other safety codes. However, the Department has not yet estimated the cost of addressing the need for maximum-security space at the centre.

Quote: Originally Posted by JohnnnyView Post

Its not that Justin cares more for Muslims than First Nation children its that he cares more about helping who is popular with the UN than who actually needs the help the most. He is like a Populist, :P

He should have included that in his campaign. That being said Harper was in control long enough that he should have known what was going on and corrected it.

It still biols down to certain segments of Canada is using certain groups of people in Canada for medical experiments without any consent other than their own right to use 'disposable persons' as live lab-rats and somebody is making money at it at the same time. Mould or sewer gas is not even mentioned in the firts report I linked to yet it was present in large amounts according to the articles in the news articles.

Shouldn't Trump be bombing us by now since he cares so much about defenseless persons.

Quote: Originally Posted by TecumsehsbonesView Post

Deport 'em all. Problem solved.

Deport all the Indians?? That's probably a war crime. If it is Muslims perhaps the west should just stop f*cking up their homelands and there would be no Muslims wants to move to a christian hell hole.

Quote: Originally Posted by Bar SinisterView Post

Irrelevant, Bonehead. Aboriginal society has generally been ignored by pretty much every government Canada has had since the time of Confederation.

Nor is it about to change anytime soon. That doesn't mean the two faced policy in place shouldn't be exposed for what it is. Cruel and unusual punishment. Medical experiments that go on for longer than 1 year is considered to be torture so rather than not do the experiments they are hidden or disguised as something else. In this case the overcrowding aspect is the decoy and bigger facilities are the solution while keeping them mould free seems to be of little concern.
 
Murphy
Conservative
#45
Quote: Originally Posted by JohnnnyView Post

Its not that Justin cares more for Muslims than First Nation children its that he cares more about helping who is popular with the UN than who actually needs the help the most. He is like a Populist, :P

I believe that this is happening because there is more political mileage to be gained by "worrying" about Muslims. Native people don't get the press, and therefore are not important in his eyes - until something big hits the news that concerns them. Then Justin will jump to their aid...for a while. It's what most politicians do.
 
Tecumsehsbones
#46
Quote: Originally Posted by MurphyView Post

I believe that this is happening because there is more political mileage to be gained by "worrying" about Muslims. Native people don't get the press, and therefore are not important in his eyes - until something big hits the news that concerns them. Then Justin will jump to their aid...for a while. It's what most politicians do.

Them pesky natives're just old news. No matter what we do for 'em, they just keep drinkin', fightin', and breeding like rats. Let's feel sorry for some Muzzie kids. Least they don't drink.
 
Murphy
Conservative
#47
Pretty much. They offer few selfie moments for Justin.
 
JLM
No Party Affiliation
#48
Quote: Originally Posted by TecumsehsbonesView Post

Them pesky natives're just old news. No matter what we do for 'em, they just keep drinkin', fightin', and breeding like rats. Let's feel sorry for some Muzzie kids. Least they don't drink.


Yeah, but some of them seem to have a propensity for blowing things up!
 
Tecumsehsbones
#49
Quote: Originally Posted by JLMView Post

Yeah, but some of them seem to have a propensity for blowing things up!

You have special permission to hate everybody that don't look like you. Knock your socks off.
 
JLM
No Party Affiliation
#50
Quote: Originally Posted by TecumsehsbonesView Post

You have special permission to hate everybody that don't look like you. Knock your socks off.


You f**ked up one word......................exchange "act" for "look". It's OK Bones, we can't all be bright!
 
Johnnny
No Party Affiliation
+1
#51
Quote: Originally Posted by MurphyView Post

I believe that this is happening because there is more political mileage to be gained by "worrying" about Muslims. Native people don't get the press, and therefore are not important in his eyes - until something big hits the news that concerns them. Then Justin will jump to their aid...for a while. It's what most politicians do.

Its like when ISIS was raping its way through the Sinjar area. When the conservatives tried to get a motion or whatever passed in parliment acknowledging the genocide, Trudeau is like we will wait for the UN. Its like Trudeau cant think for himself
 
Tecumsehsbones
#52
Quote: Originally Posted by JLMView Post

You f**ked up one word......................exchange "act" for "look". It's OK Bones, we can't all be bright!

Appreciate y'all anchoring the bell curve.
 
MHz
#53
The company that did the assessment was not even one that had any medical training at all. They also seem to have a fair number of clients from the Government.
McCREADY Consultants Ltd. - Facility Planning (external - login to view)

Our Clients
AGT Limited ATCO I-Tek Alberta Urban Municipalities Association Barr Ryder Architects Bissell Centre British Columbia's Children's Hospital Calgary General Hospital Campbell & Company Capital Health Authority Capital Care Group Caritas Health Group CAPIC Limited City of Edmonton City of Fort Saskatchewan City of Spruce Grove City of Yellowknife Coupland Kraemer Architects Inc. Cooperator's Life Insurance Company Dub Architects Edmonton Telephones Edmonton Meat Packing Ltd. EPCOR Foothills Hospital Government of Alberta
Alberta Education
Alberta Environmental Protection
Alberta Health
Alberta Infrastructure
Alberta Mental Health Board
Alberta Municipal Affairs
Alberta Treasury

Government of Canada

Public Works & Government Services Government of the Northwest Territories
Department of Education, Culture & Employment
Department of Justice
Department of Public Works & Services Government of Nunavut
Department of Justice
Department of Public Works Heritage Christian School Society Holland Roth Architects Improvement District #18 Central Majestic Developments Ltd. Misericordia Hospital Northwestern Utilities Ltd. PSAV Architects Ltd. Rockcliff Pierzchalo Architects & Planners Ltd. SaskTel Stantec Inc. TELUS Communications Inc. Town of Banff Town of Lacombe University of Alberta University of Alberta Hospitals University of Calgary
We're accomplished at supporting managers and executives from both public and private sectors.


Young Offender Facilities - Facility Programs for Inuvik & Yellowknife for the Government of the Northwest Territories


That would be a natural effect of a population that is exposed to any toxin over a long period of time. They are in fact creating future clients for prisons in this case. This company is named in a few of the studies and I would assume the services are more of the same. Baffin Correctional Center is not listed as one of their projects let alone it being used to promote the firms ability to tackle difficult projects.
 
MHz
#54
Forget about the mould and make the prisons bigger as more (created) inmates are on the way.
http://www.cgs.gov.nu.ca/rfp/Qikiqta...0AE2016-07.pdf
8.0
CONCLUSIONS
Based on the Triple Bottom Line evaluation and the Risk Analysis Option C is clearly the
preferred alternative.
Option D, despite a respectable evaluation at a high level, falls
short of Option C when drilling down into the TBL and Risk categories. Option C scores
strongest, or equal to Option D, in the very important TBL ‘Social’ category as well as
the Funding Risk and Operational Risk categories, which have both initial impact on the
project as well as long term impacts over the twenty year period of operations. These
facts, combined with being the overall scoring leader in both TBL and Risk categories,
prove Option C to be the preferred alternative.
There is a significant risk to health and safety with the current conditions
. Without
appropriate housing for maximum security offenders, both staff and offenders are
continuous subjected to increased risk. BCC has the infrastructural and security features
of a minimum security, low-risk adult facility; nonetheless, its population is mixed,
predominantly consisting of remanded medium to maximum security level inmates, and
inmates with mental health issues. At this time, the Corrections Division does not have
any maximum security beds in the Territory and rates of serious incidents are occurring
at an alarming and increasing rate. A person working in correctional services is
expected to accept a certain level of personal risk as a part of the inherit nature of the
clients they work with. However, there is also a reasonable expectation that the
employer will make every reasonable effort to see that risk is minimized. The conditions
of BCC and lack of maximum security space is such that it no longer allows for the
Government of Nunavut to adequately address and minimize this risk.
In March 2015, the Auditor General of Canada released their report on Corrections in
Nunavut. The report states that the Department of Justice has not addressed its most
critical facility needs noting the lack of appropriate maximum security space and not
addressing the poor conditions within the Baffin Correctional Centre.
11
The OAG made
reco m
mendation that the Department of Justice acquire sufficient maximum security
beds and also ensure that medium security and those on remand are properly housed.
Corrections is required to accommodate an increased demand for services.
For the
past 13 years, the territory has experienced steadily increasing rates of crime and crime
severity
12
. Nunavut’s rates of serious violent offences is the highest in Canada per
capit
a, with the second highest crime rate in the nation, making Nunavut’s inmates
some of the most high-risk in Canada
13
. Over the past 13 years, the total number of
11
Planned Reports (external - login to view)
12
Nunavut Bureau of Statistics (August 2, 2013) “Nunavut Criminal Violation by Type and Community, 1999 to 2012”
Government of Nunavut.
Retrieved from: http://www.stats.gov.nu.ca/en/Social%20crime.aspx
13
Statistics Canada (July 25, 2013) “Crimes, by Type of Violation, and by Province and Territory”, CANSIM table 252-
0051, catalogue no. 85-002-X.
Qikiqtani Correctional Healing Centre
Page | 53 of
54
probation and conditional sentences Corrections is required to supervise has risen from
1,192 cases in 2001/2002 to 1,726 cases in 2013/2014, a 45% increase. Similarly, Nunavut
correctional facilities consistently experience high annual admission rates with 193
admissions in 2001/2002 and 567 cases in 2013/2014, a 194% increase. These cases
occur in all of Nunavut’s 26 communities.
The current situation does not allow for the delivery of mandated correctional services
in Nunavut.
The
Nunavut Corrections Act
(198 mandates that Nunavut must provide
treatment and training to incarcerate people in view of their rehabilitation, promoting
and providing programs designed to prevent and diminish crime within a community.
This has a negative impact on all of Nunavut’s communities. The community of Iqaluit in
particular is at increased risk due to the number of escapes that are occurring due to
inadequate outdoor security features.
Nunavut spends an inordinate amount of money on housing incarcerated
Nunavummiut outside of their territory through the use of MOUs with Ontario and the
Northwest Territories. Last year, the Government of Nunavut spent a total of $4.15 million
on housing inmates outside of the territory. For this year 2014/15, it is expected that
Nunavut will pay upwards of an estimated $4.33 million.
The Government of Nunavut
has paid a total of $15.19 million in past four years alone to house incarcerated
Nunavummiut outside of Nunavut.
These figures do not include the cost of escorts out of
the territory.
The Department of Justice must move to increase correctional capacity, particularly for
maximum security inmates, and remediate to significantly improve the condition of
BCC.
In view of the present Business Case, it is recommended to address BCC needs for the
next 25 years. Option A and B of the study are both short term solutions, they are costly
and do not address long term issues with MOU’s, overcrowding, recidivism etc. On the
other hand Option C and D answers these long term needs.
Option C is representative of a Campus with multiple facilities linked together. It is by far
the most effective way of reducing operational cost with less staffing and effectiveness
in moments of crisis. This option keeps in mind the renovation of the existing men’s core
facility and optimizes present site and infrastructure leaving adjacent property across
the street available for further programs and other considerations; whereas Option D is
a standalone facility on the adjacent lot, dissociated from the existing BCC core and
operations. The dissociation is problematic as it multiplies services, staff and increases
risk in transfers from one facility to another.
In view of the study and the inherent risks in delaying the process, it is recommended to
proceed as soon as possible with the design for an occupation of the facility by 2021. In
a long term perspective, investing in such facility will generate as much as billion
Qikiqtani Correctional Healing Centre
Page | 54 of
54
dollars savings for which savings may wisely be used in the reduction of violence and
criminality in Nunavut through Social and Family programs.
In a
closin
g
statement
, Optio
n C
is the
mos
t reasonabl
e
and
provide
s correctional
need
s fo
r the
ne
xt
25 years
. Wit
h the
suppor
t of ou
r Federa
l Partner
, Canada
Infrastructure
Building
Canada
Fund
the
extension
and
renovation
of
the
Baffin
Correctional
Centre
is estimated
at
$
76
,000,000
for
which
the
Government
of
Nunavut
would
invest
$
19
,000,000
 

Similar Threads

5
Our children
by jack.windsor | Nov 12th, 2007
no new posts