On March 17th, 2023, the mentally ill in Canada will be able to qualify for medical assistance in dying (MAiD), or medical assisted suicide. This comes as a result of…
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Canada's institutions should empower and protect yet, new data shows that discrimination and harassment is widespread, especially among equity-seeking groups.
Multiculturalism and intercultural exchange in a Quebecoise context reflect a Quebec within Canada, yet fiercely independent.
The gentrification of one of Toronto's longest-standing working-class neighbourhoods threatens to worsen existing inequalities of socioeconomic and racial divides.
In wake of the protests taking place in high schools across Quebec to highlight how sexist uniform policies target women and girls, schools need to reconsider the reasoning behind their dress code policies. Does imposing meticulous dress code rules on girls and women really help further administrators’ academic goals for students in 2020?