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Caitlin-Robyn Densmore

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Caitlin-Robyn is a third year combined honors Political Science and Law undergraduate student at Carleton University. She is actively involved with non-profit organizations ranging from restorative justice to grant writing. When she is not practicing her studies, you can find her jogging along the Rideau canal, relaxing with a glass of wine, or nose deep in a burrito bowl at Chipotle.

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The confusion surrounding marijuana dispensaries—legal or illegal?

The confusion surrounding marijuana dispensaries—legal or illegal?

Is that newly opened ‘medical’ marijuana shop down the street legitimate? The answer is a legal grey area depending on who you ask, and when you ask it by. These dispensaries look like any other shop, and even have a receptionist at the front desk ready to convince you that their marijuana [...]

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What a $14 Minimum Wage Means for Canadians

 What a $14 Minimum Wage Means for Canadians

Ontario will soon experience a rise in minimum wage from $11.60 to $14 per hour due to legislation introduced by Premier Kathleen Wynne. Hitting this record high on January 1st, it will rise up to $15 by 2019. The rise in wages per hour at first seems quite beneficial to low income earners and their [...]

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