Government asks Supreme Court for urgent stay of solitary confinement ruling

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TORONTO — Faced with the prospect that segregation is about to become illegal next week, the federal government has asked Canada’s top court for an urgent stay of an 18-month-old ruling that declared the practice unconstitutional because of its lack of meaningful oversight. In a hand-delivered application on Tuesday, the Department of Justice tells the […]

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