Survivors hopeful about bill to expand domestic violence education for judges

The House of Commons is debating a new bill that would introduce mandatory training on intimate partner violence and coercive control for federal judges. Survivors hope the bill — if passed — will protect children from abusive parents by changing how the courts deal with domestic abuse cases.

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