Criminal Justice Katherine Todd Society, Culture, and Security

The Canadian Corrections System – Infographic

How much did you know about Canada’s correction system? In this infographic Kate Todd
shares facts about who is imprisoned in Canada, how many prisons and prisoners there are in
the country and how much jailing them costs, and what pervasive problems plague the system.

Download here: The Canadian Corrections System

Katherine E. Todd
Katherine E. Todd is a Junior Research Fellow at the NATO Association of Canada, a Master of Public Policy Candidate at the University of Toronto’s Munk School, and a Sub-Lieutenant in the Royal Canadian Naval Reserves. In 2022, Katherine was the host of a podcast called Voice Above where she’s interviewed expert guests about current affairs, a delegate at the Oxford Diplomacy and Geopolitics Forum and North American and Arctic Defense Security Network’s Emerging Leaders Week, and a journalist for the Varsity Newspaper’s Comment, Arts and Culture, and Features sections. In May 2022, she graduated with high distinction from the University of Toronto with a Bachelor of Arts with honours, specializing in political science and minoring in public law. Upon graduation she was awarded with the prize for top political science graduate, the Department of Political Science Leadership Award, and the University of Toronto's undergraduate Award of Excellence (the John H. Moss Scholarship). Katherine's research interests are in Quebec-Canada relations, nationalism and populism, migration studies, privacy and property rights, security, and public policy for emerging technologies. You can connect with Katherine at or