Canada’s Prison Numbers and Costs Are Rising


(10/12/2012)
Ontario — Canada's prisons were a little fuller last year, with an almost 1 percent increase in the rate of adults serving time, according to the Toronto Sun.

Sustainable Justice Workshop: Turning Green Guide to Justice Principles into Practice

By Julia Hughes and Larry Hartman
(09/26/2012)
The interactive Sustainable Justice (SJ) workshop at the upcoming Academy of Architecture for Justice (AAJ) 2012 Fall Conference in Toronto will be held

Canadian Officials Address Inmate Population Growth


(05/17/2012)
Inmate populations are increasing in Canada — hitting an all-time average high of 1,429 for the 2008-2009 year, an increase of 69 percent over the average remand count five years ago.

Patrick Turner


(12/20/2010)
Industry veteran Patrick Turner has joined PHS Correctional Healthcare as Director of Business Development. He will be managing business efforts in Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, California, Utah, Oklahoma and Colorado.

Canada to Expand Prisons


(10/21/2010)
Canada will invest $155.5 million in Canadian dollars to construct prisons in Ontario and Quebec, according to reports.

Wind Power

By Stephanie Thum
(09/09/2009)
Dorchester Penitentiary, a 466-inmate, medium-security facility in New Brunswick, Canada, is home to the first large-scale wind turbine erected by the Correctional Service of Canada and the largest installation on Canadian government property.