That’s all folks.
Was it a person named Ashley or was she identified by number?
Does it matter whether yiu arecalled by name or number. Some Canadians have believed that it matters.
Are people actually helped or are they sometimes studied to death?
Brinda Wilson-Demuth, the warden of Grand Valley Institution did not testify at the inquiry for Ashley Smith …
Testimony of Joanna Pauline, former Deputy Warden at Grand Valley Prison …
Final days of a coroner’s inquest into the death of a 19 year Ashley Smith of Moncton, New Brunswick who died in 2007 at
Grand Valley Women’s Institute in Kitchener, Ont
Breese Davies, Canadian Association of Elizabeth Fry Societies ...
Ontario's child and youth advocate, lawyer Richard Macklin
From January 29, 1988 to October 19, 2007.
Adopted at age 5
Family Home, Moncton, New Brunswick.
New Brunswick Youth Centre (NBYC) (Juvenile detention Centre)
Pierre Caissie Centre ( March 2003)
Ashley Smith turned 18 (29 January 2006)
Saint John Regional Correctional Centre (SJRCC) (Oct 5, 2006)
Nova Institution for Women, Truro, Nova Scotia (Oct 31, 2006)
Joliette Institution, Joliette, Quebec
Regional Psychiatric Centre, Prairies, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan-Dec.2006 seee
L’Institut Philippe-Pinel de Montreal, Montreal, Quebec
Grand Valley Institution for Women, Kitchener, Ontario
Grand River Hospital, Kitchener, Ontario
Regional Mental Health Care St. Thomas, St. Thomas, Ontario
Central Nova Correctional Facility, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia
The First Inquest – May 2011 – chief coroner Dr. Bonita Porter
The Second Inquest – September 20, 2012 Dr. John Carlisle
Ruling – September 25, 2012
Motion Hearings – October 23-24, 2012
(Note: check above dates found http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ashley_Smith_inquest)
A year after the first inquest was shut down … The second inquest began …
Testimony is given by psychiatrist at psychiatric facility in Montreal, L’Institut Philippe-Pinel de Montreal, Renée Fugère. Ashley spent a short time there.
The inquest continued with overview by Andrea Markowski, warden of the Edmonton Institution for Women. This is prepatory to the jurors’ visit to the prison where Ashley died …
Also giving evidence was Leslie Milbury, a project manager for Correctional Services of Canada … http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/ashley-smith-coroner-calls-inquest-a-memorial-to-teen-1.1305075
Testimony by Dr. Olajide Adelugba, of the Regional Psychiatric Centre in Saskatoon, who treated Ashley when she was there …
The Coroner Jury visit to the prison …
Testimony by Janice Sandeson, who was a manager at Grand Valley, the prison in Kitchener Ont.
Dr. Allister Webster of Nova Institute in Truro NS testified that he advised prison officials against moving Smith to the Regional Psychiatric Centre in Saskatoon, Sask. His preference was for her to have been kept closer to her family and home in Moncton, NB.
Alfred Legere testified …Then Warden of Nova Institute NS … Ashley arrived there from youth custody in October, 2006 and was immediately placed into segregation.
Testimony given by Eric Broadbent … Corrections Manager at prison where Ashley died …
A mother’s anguish …
Ottawa and Kingston officials in a flurry …
Howard Rubel, Union of Canadian Correctional Officers representative speaks …
The Coroner Jury watched the video …
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