The John Howard Society of Saskatchewan has wrapped up it’s events from this years Restorative Justice Week.
While success can be measured in many ways, there is no better measuring stick than knowing that through the combined efforts of it’s many partners, the John Howard Society has made a huge difference in the community.
From Regina, to Moose Jaw to Saskatoon, testimonials and events showcased our many responsibilities. A special thanks to all who contributed and especially to our dedicated, committed and professional staff…
Thank you from the John Howard Society of Saskatchewan.
JHSS Saskatoon’s Executive Director – Marc Perrault Spoke with CTV Morning News as part of Restorative Justice Week.
Photo’s from Restorative Justice Week 2016
Mayor Fraser Tolmie signs a proclamation recognizing the week of November 20th to 27th, 2016 as ‘The John Howard Society of Saskatchewan Restorative Justice Week’, in the City of Moose Jaw.
Attending with the mayor were: front row from left Jaime Boldt (Executive Director, Regina and Moose Jaw John Howard Society) and Greg Fleet (Chief Executive Officer, John Howard Society of Saskatchewan); back row from left Crystal Peterson, Jon Hui, Andrea Dyck and Lindsay Wilcox.
The John Howard Society of Saskatchewan is a non-profit organization committed to the development and implementation of policies and programs which lead to improvements in the Canadian Justice System. The primary objective is to seek the means to reduce the consequences of criminal experiences for all those affected by it.