Miracle Village lies deep in a sea of green. This is sugar cane country, south Florida. At the edge of the everglades, and over two miles from the nearest town, around 200 people live in the small, neat bungalows.
More than 100 of them are registered sex offenders – people who…
The sun shone bright over the Lake of Two Mountains, as our Steering Committee, staff, current and ex-beneficiaries as well as our invaluable volunteers gathered together for our Annual Personal Development Day by the Mille Ile river.
Attended by some 50 members of the MSCM community a great day…
In response to the article by the Montreal Gazette. To view the actual letter posted on the Montreal Gazette website: click here
There is much to say in this matter of temporary releases for inmates of our federal correctional facilities, both escorted and unescorted, ETA and UTA. That some are…
With a sharp nudge from their political bosses, federal corrections officials are retooling a jobs-training program for inmates to make sure the skills they acquire are more in line with what today’s employers are looking for.
They’re also looking to trot out more ‘good news stories’ about…
Thanks to Pam Dillion
Friends are made
New bonds are formed
When you walk through the open door
Young and old we come
From everywhere under the sun
From every experience of life
Our paths intersecting
Our truths reinforcing
Our words encouraging
The mystery of our lives related