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Canadian Trailblazer Donna Strickland Wins Nobel Prize in Physics Trudeau and Goodale Ignore former Regina Police Woman's Pleas for Justice Turning the sex ed clock back to 1998 puts our youth at risk Trudeau Set to Apologize for the Tragedy of MS St. Louis Time to end mandatory minimum-sentences for murder: Indigenous women vastly overrepresented among those sentenced to life From Postmedia and Don Martin, a deafening silence on ethics and law

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Canadian Trailblazer Donna Strickland Wins Nobel Prize in Physics

Canadian Trailblazer Donna Strickland Wins Nobel Prize in Physics

Donna Strickland is the first woman in 55 years, and only the third woman in history, to win the Nobel Prize in Physics.
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Trudeau and Goodale Ignore former Regina Police Woman's Pleas for Justice

Trudeau and Goodale Ignore former Regina Police Woman's Pleas for Justice

Former Police Constable Heather Gray's nightmare of abuse and misogyny at Regina Police Service requires a federal inquiry.
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Turning the sex ed clock back to 1998 puts our youth at risk

Turning the sex ed clock back to 1998 puts our youth at risk

LGBTQ youth face additional mental health pressures associated with stigma and discrimination
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Trudeau Set to Apologize for the Tragedy of MS St. Louis

Trudeau Set to Apologize for the Tragedy of MS St. Louis

On November 7, Trudeau will formally apologize for Canada’s decision to turn away a boat filled with Jewish refugees fleeing Nazi Germany in 1939.
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Time to end mandatory minimum-sentences for murder: Indigenous women vastly overrepresented among those sentenced to life

Time to end mandatory minimum-sentences for murder: Indigenous women vastly overrepresented among those sentenced to life

What’s wrong with mandatory minimum sentences? Plenty. Especially when it comes to murder.

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From Postmedia and Don Martin, a deafening silence on ethics and law

From Postmedia and Don Martin, a deafening silence on ethics and law

In 2016, after a 23-day trial, Postmedia and Martin were found guilty of defaming me when I ran in the 2008 Alberta provincial election.
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