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  • Devil's Advocate
    January 27, 2014 - 17:15

    Let me guess, next they will privatize the facilities housing these so called criminals and turn it in to a multibillion dollar business (just like in the states). Who's the victim if you get a speeding ticket? Where's the victim if they give you a fine for jaywalking? A real bunch of critical thinkers posted below (sarcasm). Any one of you can become the offender in Kanada, there are so many laws here that the lawyers don't even know them.

  • no sympathy here
    January 25, 2014 - 15:43

    Hardship on the offender!!! What about the victim? What a joke. Make him work it off or place him in jail. U do The crime u do the time... Criminals do not contribute to society in a positive way. brought it on themselves. Who cares.....

  • William
    January 25, 2014 - 11:28

    Poor, Poor criminals! If they can't pay fines, don't commit crimes!

  • InCB
    January 25, 2014 - 10:54

    This is going to cost the taxpayer way more as each additional court appearance due to unpaid fines cost the system more money than what the fine is.

  • Wilf Jaschinski
    January 25, 2014 - 07:17

    It might cause an undue hardship to the offender? What about the hardship imposed on the victim? The offender could be made to do some supervised community work as restitution , or would some honest work be infringing on his right to lounge around, plotting his next crime?