Indigenous Law…

Nov 7, 2017 Dalhousie University Schulich Law School (NS) – Janet Doucet New Aboriginal and Indigenous law course fosters ‘eye‑opening’ experiential learning In response to Article 28 of the Recommendations from the Truth and … [Read more...]

No claw-backs…

Jan 11, 2016  Canada.com – Andrew Coyne The basics of a guaranteed basic income Subsidy for low wages or a structure that would encourage the lazy?  Coyne looks at the current efforts to assess the idea of bridging income disparity by a … [Read more...]

Daesh…

March 4, 2016 Toronto Star - Olivia Ward The Star now says ‘Daesh’ instead of ‘the Islamic State’ or ISIS For some time, journalist and politicians both have been struggling to separate the terrorists known as ISIL and the average Muslim … [Read more...]

Women and the Military…

    May 1, 2015 National Newswatch – Stephanie Levitz — The Canadian Press Military, judge agree on sexual misconduct problem, but not on how to solve it  At first, General Tom Larson, Chief of Defence Staff, said there was no problem.  … [Read more...]

Yet another glaring failure…

 Jan. 12, 2013  CBC News – Susana Mas First Nations treaty talks with Ottawa end in 'failure' - The Assembly of First Nations received $400,000 to fund a committee on treaties that never met  The Assembly of First Nations and the federal … [Read more...]