From the backroads of the counties to the urban centres of the southwest, Afternoon Drive brings you the stories in and about southwest Ontario. Mix in music from artists throughout the region, traffic and weather, and you’ve got two hours of radio that gets you talking and puts you in the know about all things southwest Ontario.
Indigenous women's advocate expresses 'absolute outrage' at judge's decision to strike down minimum sentence for Steevenson Joseph
Aug 21, 2018
An Ottawa judge struck down two mandatory minimum sentences - three years in prison - in the case of Steevenson Joseph, convicted of three prostitution related offences, along with making and possessing child pornography. Cora-Lee McGuire-Cyrette is the executive director of the Ontario Native Women's Association, which works with victims of sexual assault and human trafficking.