The Morning Edition - K-W | Jul 8, 2013 | 6:07

Restorative justice

University of Guelph wants city councillors to consider restorative justice as an alternative to fines. Past-president of the Old University Neighbourhood Residents Association, Mark Bailey, thinks it's necessary if the area is to live in harmony.

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