June has gained a reputation for yielding landmark court rulings on LGBTQ issues. This reputation is fitting: June is Pride Month. In June 2003,...Read More Can the majority leave space for traditional views on marriage?
Public health researchers have long known that poverty and poor health are linked, but new evidence suggests that social assistance — the government system...Read More Social assistance is not improving health
This article has been translated from French. Bill C-75, the criminal justice reform bill, aims to provide better protection for vulnerable individuals. Federal Justice Minister...Read More Parents in prison: A public policy blind spot
It’s now official: as of October 17, 2018, Canada will become the first G7 nation to legalize both medical and adult-use recreational cannabis. It’s...Read More Four issues to be resolved in cannabis legalization
Hospital overcrowding is not a new issue. Limited bed spaces have plagued Ontario hospitals for years and are increasingly straining our system. Not only...Read More Our health system is failing elderly patients
Il existe un lien bien établi entre la grossesse chez les adolescentes et les services de protection de l’enfance. Les filles qui, à un...Read More La réalité des mères qui accouchent pendant leur prise en charge
A recent report published by the University of Southern California entitled Refugees and Migration Movements in the Middle East contains 15 chapters about refugees...Read More Research on the developing world: Breaking the Western monopoly
Les Canadiens s’inquiètent de la protection de leurs renseignements personnels. C’est pourquoi le Commissariat à la protection de la vie privée du Canada avait...Read More Améliorer la protection des données personnelles au Canada