IX. Coordonnées des commissions d’examen provinciales & territoriales


10365 – 97e Rue Edmonton (Alberta) Canada T5J 3W7

(780) 422-5994


510, rue Burrard, bureau 1020 Vancouver (C.-B.) Canada V6C 3A8

(877) 305-2277


C.P.2000 95, rue Rochefort Charlottetown (Î.-P.-É.) Canada C1A 7N8

(902) 368 4594


Commission d’examen du Code criminel

500, avenue Portage, bureau 102 Winnipeg (Manitoba) Canada R3C 3X1 Heures d’ouverture : 8h30 à 16h30

(204) 945-6050


5151, chemin Terminal C.P. 7 Halifax (Nouvelle-Écosse) Canada B3J 2L6

(902) 424-4030


Tribunal des droits de la personne du Nunavut

C.P. 1269 Iqaluit (Nunavut) Canada X0A 0H0

(867) 975-6532


151, rue Bloor Ouest, 10e Étage Toronto (Ontario) Canada M5S 2T5

(416) 327-8866


500, boulevard René-Lévesque Ouest, 21e étage Montréal (Québec) Canada H2Z 1W7

(800) 567-0278


188 – 11e Rue Ouest Prince Albert (Saskatchewan) Canada S6V 6G1

(306) 953-2812

Territoires du Nord-Ouest

Ministère de Justice
Gouvernement des Territoires du Nord-Ouest

C.P. 1320 Yellowknife (Terr. du Nord-Ouest) Canada X1A 2L9

(867) 920-8852


Services judiciaires (J-3)

C.P. 2703 Whitehorse (Yukon) Canada Y1A 2C6

(867) 667-3596

My name is Donna McCully.

It was always our wish to live in Jamaica in our dream home. So, in August 2012, my husband Sedrick Levine and I left Canada to move into our new home. We were thrilled to finally be starting the next chapter in our lives, in Sedrick’s beloved homeland. He bought a little bus and planned to operate tours for visitors to the island. I was helping him run this business venture, as part of our semi- retirement in Jamaica.

My life as I knew it was suddenly shattered when two masked men broke into our home on Sunday, November 17, 2013. Sedrick struggled with the men, allowing me to flee upstairs to call the police. His actions saved my life that day, and that of my father and his housekeeper, who were visiting us at the time. One of the masked intruders chased me upstairs and kicked in the bathroom door, but he stopped when he heard a gunshot from downstairs.

My husband Sedrick was killed that day and the men fled our home with a laptop. The Jamaican police have not yet found these men or charged them with killing my beloved husband. Their motive remains unknown.

This crime has completely changed my life. I suffer from Post-traumatic Stress Disorder now and have depression as a result. I came back to Canada, but I feel very isolated since this happened. These emotional scars may never heal.

I managed to find the Canadian Resource Centre for Victims of Crime by searching online one day. I didn’t know where to turn for help when I came home to Canada. The CRCVC has provided me with a lot of emotional support, which has been tremendously helpful. They’ve also written numerous letters to Jamaican officials seeking justice for Sedrick, as well as intervening with Canadian officials on my behalf. The office also helped connect me to a trauma therapist for counselling sessions too.

In order to try and make sense of what happened to Sedrick, it is my hope that others could support the work of the Canadian Resource Centre for Victims of Crime. There are so many other victims/survivors out there who also need their assistance.