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No Ottawa Prison Expansion. Initiative to help stop the expansion of carceral facilities in Ottawa and across Canada.
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NOPE Feb 6
Sixth instalment of our infographic series. We and building a bigger jail ain't one. 🚫 With we want health, not cages. / No Ottawa Prison Expansion / Yes to Education and Social Services
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NOPE Feb 5
Day 5 of our infographic campaign. We and building a bigger ain't one. 🚫 With , we want jobs, not cages. / No Ottawa Prison Expansion / Yes to Education and Social Services
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NOPE Feb 4
We and building a bigger jail ain't one. 🚫 With we want housing, not cages. / No Ottawa Prison Expansion / Yes to Education and Social Services
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NOPE Feb 3
Third instalment of the / No Ottawa Prison Expansion infographics series below. / No Ottawa Prison Expansion / Yes to Education and Social Services
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NOPE Feb 2
We and building a bigger jail ain't one. We want , not .
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CPEP Group Feb 1
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE / No Ottawa Prison Expansion infographics series launched urging Premier Ford and his team to invest more in building communities, not cages / No...
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NOPE Feb 1
We and building a bigger jail ain't one. 🚫   / No Ottawa Prison Expansion / Yes to Education and Social Services
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CPEP Group Jan 30
In this 140-character world, hopefully Bell Canada will take the time to consider the good things that could come from incorporating our recommendations into the Ontario jail phone system they operate. Prisoner access...
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Audrey Monette Jan 30
profiting from incarceration. Since 1997, the Ontario government collects a commission from Bell’s prison phone call revenue. Stop profiting off the backs of prisoners and make phone calls from prison affordable now.
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CPEP Group Jan 30
Bell's responses continue to disappoint. Today we organized a demonstration asking you to improve the mental health...
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NOPE Jan 30
plans to raise $100 million today. Maybe some of that money can go to providing affordable phone calls for OCDC prisoners and their loved ones who experience mental distress because of being separated by incarceration?
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NOPE Jan 30
about how when prisoners are able to maintain contact with their families and community supports they are less likely to be incarcerated again. Improve accessibility now!
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NOPE Jan 30
about how you charge $25/20 min long distance collect calls from Ontario jails and prisons when you offre everyone else $13.95/month for provincewide calls. Reduce the rates for phone calls from OCDC now.
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NOPE Jan 30
about the impact Bell could have on the mental health and well-being of children who have parents behind bars by providing them with affordable phone plans
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NOPE Jan 30
families having phones disconnected because of unpaid bills. The high cost of collect calls from prison means many families struggle financially and experience mental distress.
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NOPE Jan 30
about how children of incarcerated parents are more likely to face psychological and emotional issues. Increased contact with their parent can mitigate the challenges of parent-child separation and improve mental health. Reduce the rates.
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NOPE Jan 30
about charging high rates for phone calls from jail. Prisoners and their families are struggling to bear the cost of staying connected. Reduce the rates now.
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NOPE Jan 30
about how you can afford to donate 5 cents per tweet/text today, but still charge prisoners’ families 2 cents a second for phone calls from Ontario jails. The high cost of phone calls often means families can’t speak with loved ones.
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NOPE Jan 30
about profiting off of poor people living with mental health issues who are vastly represented in jails that you charge an exorbitant amount to contact family members and communities supports
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NOPE Jan 30
about inaccessibility. Ontario prisoners can only call landlines. Many can’t reach their partners, kids, parents, siblings, and friends while incarcerated. Connection to loved ones supports reintegration. Improve accessibility now!
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