"Atlantic Canada has the highest use of solitary confinement in the country. Is this about to change? “We won!” exclaimed the British Columbia Civil Liberties Association, regarding the BC Supreme Court ruling January 17 against sections of the Corrections and Conditional Release Act that allow for indefinite solitary confinement. In the frustrating, protracted, and so-often disappointing battle for prison justice in this country, it is of course a win, and to be celebrated. But it is also partial, and it is important to acknowledge how and why this ruling will not be enough, particularly for women."