30% Prison Pay Cut Upheld

The Federal Court of Appeal has dismissed a claim that cuts to prison pay breached the Charter Of Rights. The previous Conservative cabinet in 2013 cut prisoners’ wages thirty percent and imposed a 42¢ charge for telephone privileges: “Although not luxurious, the offenders’ needs are met adequately.”

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