Canada's use of lengthy solitary confinement in jails is unconstitutional – judge

Campaigners hope the judgment will end the controversial practice under which some inmates have been kept alone for four years

Canada’s use of prolonged or indefinite solitary confinement in federal prisons is unconstitutional, a judge has said in a ruling that could end the controversial practice unless Ottawa appeals the decision.

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