The Penal Press - A History of Prison from Within

268 results for ‘Sports’ found

Vanguard

(1980) released from Stony Mountain Institution

This issue contains mostly humor and puzzles, with short updates on bus service, an adult social, the library, prison groups, and sports. Keywords: Jaycees, Inmate Committee, Toastmasters Coded by Kate... Read More

Transition

(April 1952) released from British Columbia Penitentiary

In addition to an editorial on a new prison wage scale, this issue contains pieces on the importance of hobbies and sportsmanship, the importance of segregation, and book reviews. Also included are sports... Read More

The Hilltop Journal

(July 1986) released from Westmorland Institution

In addition to an editorial and an opinion piece on the passage in Parliament of Bills C-67 and C-68, this paper includes questions and answers on credit cards, interviews with the prison’s interim... Read More

The Hilltop Journal

(May 1986) released from Westmorland Institution

In addition to an interview with the Superintendent, this issue includes many group updates from various aspects of prison life, two prisoner profiles, reports from the dairy and beef barns, and details... Read More

The Hilltop Journal

(August 1986) released from Westmorland Institution

Beginning with an editorial on case management, this issue includes pieces on what a prisoner should take when they leave prison, information on life skills and job seeking, and an interview with the Co-ordinator... Read More

This issue is largely composed of poetry, sports, prison rodeo details, and prison updates. This issue can be difficult to read in places.   Coded by Kate Garrett  Read More

The Hilltop Journal

(June 1986) released from Westmorland Institution

In addition to an interview with the Coordinator of Education and Employment, this issue includes a piece on Parole in Canada, and various physical health items. Also included is sports coverage, humor,... Read More

The Hilltop Journal

(April 1986) released from Westmorland Institution

In addition to an piece on prisoner pay, this issue includes features on two prisoners, a report from the prison dairy, and updates from the various prison groups.   Coded by Kate Garrett  Read More

C.B. Diamond

(Mar/Apr 1958) released from Collins Bay Institution

In addition to an editorial on the election of the 24th Parliament, this issue includes questions and answers about parole, and pieces on juvenile delinquency, the importance of “admitting”... Read More

C.B. Diamond

(July 1958) released from Collins Bay Institution

This issue includes highlights of the Speech from the Throne, a look at the Stores Department of the prison, rehabilitation of offenders, entertainment coming to the prison, and sport. Keywords: remission,... Read More

C.B. Diamond V15(1)

(Winter 1965) released from Collins Bay Institution

In addition to a piece on the loved ones of prisoners, this issue includes pieces on education and the prison library, Christmas family service, short fiction, poetry, and sports. Keywords: Christmas Family... Read More

C.B. Diamond

(November 1958) released from Collins Bay Institution

In addition to an editorial on the importance of the penal press, this issue includes pieces on the Canadian Legion’s poppy campaign, a prisoner’s experience of serving multiple sentences,... Read More

C.B. Diamond

(Summer 1964) released from Collins Bay Institution

Included in this issue are articles regarding the expected closure of Kingston Penitentiary, the possibility of another future prison for women, opinion pieces on anti-smoking and what makes a criminal,... Read More

C.B. Diamond V13(6)

(October 1963) released from Collins Bay Institution

In addition to a piece about a prisoner-led building boom at the prison, this issue includes a prisoner opinion poll on the subject of parole, an editorial on the programs that Kingston needs to make prisoners... Read More

C.B. Diamond

(1963) released from Collins Bay Institution

In addition to prisoner self-assessments, this issue includes pieces on the reasons behind prisoner nicknames, the work prisoners did to repair floats for a Kingston parade, recaps of Family Service Day... Read More