The Penal Press - A History of Prison from Within

212 results for ‘Miscellaneous’ found

Bath Times

(October 1992) released from Bath Institution

This issue contains information about the Bath Institution Terry Fox Run, answers to prisoner questions by the Assistant Commissioner of Penitentiaries, John Rama, a piece on a prisoner trip to the Whig... Read More

Avatar – December 1977

(December 1977) released from Collins Bay Institution

In addition to an editorial about the penal press, this issue of Avatar includes an opinion piece on how prison affects prisoners, a reprint of an editorial opinion piece on the importance of goal setting,... Read More

The Bath Times

(1993) released from Bath Institution

This issue includes an interview with Kingston Whig Standard publisher, John G. Doherty, an interview with a Case Management Officer about the role,  an interview with two tutors and a teacher of prisoners,... Read More

Astra News

(Dec 1983) released from Warkworth Institution

In addition to statistics of admission by offense, this issue includes information about Alcoholics Anonymous and reprints of news articles about alcohol-related vehicular accidents. Also included is a... Read More

Advance – 2nd Quarter 1968

(2nd Quarter 1968) released from Joyceville Institution

This issue contains pieces about delinquency, the Inmate Musical-Comedy Concert, a commentary on capital punishment, and views on narcotics. Also included is a sports section and poetry. Keywords: Bill... Read More

Out Of Bounds V.28(1)

(Spring 2011) released from William Head Institution

In addition to a piece on the death of Ashley Smith and abuse in prisons, this issue contains articles on the Edmonton Institution for Women, how ‘lifers’ spend time in prison, and gender reassignment... Read More

In addition to an editorial on freedom, this issue includes a message from the Chief of the Native Brotherhood, a profile of two Elders, an in-depth article on racism in the prison system, and a summary... Read More

Out of Bounds V28(2)

(Summer 2011) released from William Head Institution

In addition to a piece on the abolition of accelerated parole review, this issue contains articles about a riot at British Columbia Penitentiary in 1977, keeping one’s identity in prison, and causes... Read More

Out of Bounds v33(3)

(September 2016) released from William Head Institution

This issue includes articles on the Liberal government’s bills regarding criminal law, demands sent to the Liberal Government regarding prison reforms, and struggles with parole officers (including... Read More

Included in this issue are opinion pieces on distracted driving, cyber-bullying, capitalism, and self-esteem. Also included are critiques of centralized commissary purchasing, and the dissolution of the... Read More

Shipshape

(January 1998) released from Warkworth Institution

This issue of the “Maritimers Group Annual Newsletter” includes updates on meetings, family socials, committees and groups, and charitable projects. Coded by Kate Garrett  Read More

The Justice Group

(Summer & Fall 1988) released from Stony Mountain Institution

This issue is solely dedicated to the work of The Stoney Mountain Justice Group, and includes information on the history and current objectives of the group, information on new advisors, a piece on “secret”... Read More

Westmorland Whistle

(November 1993) released from Westmorland Institution

This issue contains pieces on the new Deputy Warden, cocaine, the effects of Winter on the mood, and poetry. Keywords: Deputy Warden Michael Flanagan, Alternatives to Violence Project, Coded by Kate Garrett  Read More

Inside Reflections

(May 1986) released from Millhaven Institution

This issue is entirely selections of poetry. Coded by Kate Garrett  Read More

Transition

(April 1952) released from British Columbia Penitentiary

Included in this issue are articles about prisoner wages, how to utilize time in prison, segregation, and sportsmanship. Also included are sections on sports, books, and jokes. Keywords: Reform Program Coded... Read More