Stakeholder organizations and community groups represent the many voices expressing concern and/or opposition to the proposed plan to build a prison in Kemptville. Would your organization or community group like to be listed on our stakeholders' page? Contact us via email: coalitionagainstproposedprison@gmail.com

Jail Opposition Group (JOG)

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JOG represents a group of citizens pushing back against the Premier's proposed plan to build a jail near downtown Kemptville.

Agritech Alliance Canada Ltd (AAC)

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AAC is a not-for-profit consortium proposing the development of an agro-environmental research centre on the land where the government plans to build the “Eastern Ontario Correctional Complex”. For more information, please contact Paul Cormier at pcormier@ranaprocess.com or click the link below.

Elizabeth Fry Society of Ottawa

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Elizabeth Fry Society of Ottawa supports and advocates for young and adult women who are criminalized or may become criminalized.

P4W Memorial Collective

The P4W Memorial Collective is a group of women ex-prisoners from P4W, and their abolitionist accomplices, working towards the creation of a permanent memorial garden and community space on the grounds of the Prison for Women (P4W), in Katarokwi/Kingston, Ontario.  Through its work, the collective honours the women who lost their lives in P4W, and uplifts the stories of the women who survived.

CPEP Criminalization and Punishment Education Project

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The Criminalization and Punishment Education Project (CPEP), started by students and professors at Carleton University and the University of Ottawa, aims to bring critical criminologists and others together to identify key issues to be the focus of criminological inquiry, develop collaborative research projects, and plan and carry out related public education initiatives.

All photos courtesy of

Jane Rutter,  Fine Art Photographer

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