SUMMARY: This issue discusses Canadian prisoners’ right to vote in great detail. It also addresses the Canadian penal system and its shortcomings, the previous policies of Canadian political parties towards prisoners, mandatory supervision and “gating”, prisoner education, and sports at Kent. Additionally, the Francophone Group at Kent, world military and social expenditures, the possibility of nuclear war, the introduction of high-tech surveillance systems in Canadian prisons, solitary confinement, and the profitability of prisoners are considered.

KEYWORDS: Charter of Rights, voting, Inmate Francophone Group.

Coded by Claire Hall