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Three Facts about Canadian Marijuana Legalization and Avoiding Legal Trouble Last month, Canada legalized marijuana at the federal level. Although marijuana legalization was planned before Justin Trudeau took office — indeed, it was part of his campaign platform — it has taken years to put into action. One of Trudeau’s election promises was to legalize […]

  We now live in a world where many victims of sexual assault are no longer afraid to accuse perpetrators and file charges against them. While this is a welcome development for those who were really sexually assaulted, it poses a problem for people who have been wrongfully accused of such a crime. As with […]

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Australian Gun Laws and a Comparison to the United States Right now, gun control is about as ‘hot button’ a topic as they come. In the wake of the recent tragic events at Parkland High School, and with October’s atrocity in Nevada still in fresh memory, the question of reform to US gun laws is […]

Sexism in the Workplace: #MeToo’s time has come, so how to we make a more respectful and equal working environment?   Photo courtesy of Pixabay by Pexels Although most governments have enacted laws prohibiting sexual harassment in the workplace, sexism is still alive and well today. Even in 2017, many people are being sexually harassed […]