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November 2017

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On October 25 2017, Professor Bruce Pardy of Queens University lead a discussion regarding the Law Society of Upper Canada’s decision (and Ontario Court of Appeals’ affirmation) not to recognize Trinity Western University’s (TWU) law program, and thus not allow their students to practice law in Ontario.  The LSUC rejected
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On June 21, 2017 the Senate tabled Bill S-3, the bill that would eliminate sex-discrimination from the Indian Act. In 2015, the Descheneaux[1] decision ruled that provisions in the Indian Act discriminated on the basis of sex contrary to s. 15 of the Charter. The judge gave the government of
San Francisco 49ers Eric Reid (35) and Colin Kaepernick (7) take a knee during the National Anthem prior to their season opener against the Los Angeles Rams during an NFL football game Monday, Sept. 12, 2016, in Santa Clara, CA. The Niners won 28-0. (Daniel Gluskoter/AP Images for Panini) ORG XMIT: DGCA101

In August of 2016, a gesture that billions and billions of people perform daily began to make national and international news. Make no mistake, it was not the gesture itself that was labelled problematic or ‘anti-American’, but its timing and placement. When everyone else was standing for the American national
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Back for part 2 of the Summer Hip-Hop Trifecta from BROCKHAMPTON, Tyler, The Creator and Vince Staples. In part 1 I reviewed Vince Staples’ Big Fish Theory and here I’m going to review Tyler, The Creator’s Flower Boy. For album reviews, I like to start with some general/overarching points and
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On October 19, 2015, the Liberal Party of Canada, who had been out of power for nine years, won an impressive election night victory, gaining 148 seats and coasting to a majority government.  The party had been in shambles since the sponsorship scandal of the early 00s dismantled Paul Martin’s