2019 Chaplaincy Art Contest
This years theme "finding restoration" Contest participants often contribute art work that humanizes the painful circumstance of incarceration through themes that reflect experiences to faith, reconciliation, substance abuse, loss and hope.
Through out JHSBrandon's area of responsibility municipalities have joined The City of Brandon in declaring this week RJ week. Communities who have proclaimed this week special for restorative justice include:
Shoal Lake; and
Board members and staff at JHSBrandon are participating in a blanket exercise.
The KAIROS Blanket Exercise program is a unique, participatory history lesson – developed in collaboration with Indigenous Elders, knowledge keepers and educators – that fosters truth, understanding, respect and reconciliation among Indigenous and non-indigenous peoples.
On 25 September Board Chair Ted Dzogan, Board members Chris Schneider and Jodi Chubaty joined ED Ross Robinson for the "Meet the Judges" session with the SCC.
The opportunity arose to speak with Judge Russell Brown on the role of post sentencing mediation to generate greater victim satisfaction and improved recidivism. Watch this space for the outcome of that excellent interaction!!