LISA FREEMAN's passionate efforts to bring reasonable change to the Policies and Procedures of the Parole Board of Canada has inadvertently led her to be an outspoken advocate of Victim's Rights. Her story has been widely shared in newspapers across Canada and her battle with the Parole Board has led to front-page coverage by The Toronto Sun.
She has been a guest multiple times on CBC Radio and television, as well as Newstalk Radio 1010 Toronto, and Matt Galloway's Radio One Morning show. Lisa is a regular speaker at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT) and has spoken at various Durham Victim Services events. She remains unwavering in her stance that the rights of victims of crime should be equal to or greater than the rights of offenders.
Lisa works in the Long-term Health Care sector and lives in the Greater Toronto Area with her husband, two daughters, and Whiskey, their German Sheppard.