Since when was a debate considered optional?

The Canadian federal election is about a month and a half away and this means  the news will be flooded with articles about policy announcements and poll reviews. Better yet, the internet will be flooded with photographs of politicians holding babies and smiling with their groupies. While the campaign period can be a […]

Cyberbullying has consequences, at least if you get caught

Yesterday, while watching television, I saw the first phase of the conservative government’s “Stop Hating Online” campaign. The advertisement, which is now being broadcast on television and the Internet, features a text/email featuring a photo of someone’s girlfriend, presumably she is exposed. The message is passed along from one person […]

Senate Sympathy

I am taking a Canadian Law and Constitution class, and in my midterm exam there was a question about the Senate. The question asked: “Should the Senate be abolished or reformed?” Now of course, as this was an academic class, I had to cite historical and legal precedent in my […]