The Law as a Solution to Ethics Behind Equity Analysis and Other Finance Professions

In spite of attempted regulations and seemingly clear incentives to avoid unethical behavior, it still occurs due to conflict in the interests of finance professionals. Changes can be made to current regulations made to abate these transgressions, alongside the creation of legal status and agencies to oversee their compliance.


iGaming Ontario: The Future of Safe, Online Gambling in Ontario

The gambling market is popular and in high demand. With the increase in the popularity of online gambling and gaming, and the risks associated with it, the government of Ontario has responded with iGaming Ontario. Set to launch in just a few weeks, this service seeks to ensure safe gambling and gaming practices from both operators and consumers. 


Formal and Substantive Equality

As an irreplaceable element, equality ensures that all have equal opportunity, chance, and treatment from society and the jurisdiction they reside in. More importantly, the disregard of equality forms the basis of discrimination and the two main forms of equality seen in today’s legal theories: formal and substantive equality.


Bill 21: Targeting Religious and Racial Minorities in Quebec

Quebec introduced the controversial Bill 21 restricts visible religious symbols in public service. While the Quebec government warrants freedom of religion, it continuously violates the fundamental rights of its citizens, while targeting immigrant and racial minorities.

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Legal risks behind NFTs


The novelty surrounding NFT's has led to the development of several legal contentions. There have been concerns regarding intellectual property rights, data protection, money laundering, non-intellectual property rights, and so on. 

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Access to employee background checks


While, from a hiring perspective, it can be understood why employers would wish to obtain a candidate's background information during the hiring process. However, there are flaws within the criminal background check process that can deter suitable job candidates from securing a job 

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Reality of Prisons in Canada


The reality of prison life in Canada is different in a number of ways compared to how it is displayed in the media. American prisons systems are often criticized for the way incarcerated individuals are treated, however, the situation is just as bad in Canada. 

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Should Trans Women be Able to Join Female Prisons Without

Changing Their Identity?


In the past, trans women who were subjected to sexual assault were allowed to enter female prisons without legally changing their gender. The intent was to reduce harm and violence. However, there were instances which left female inmates vulnerable to sexual assault and rape once these inmates transferred over. 

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How Have COVID-19 Restrictions Affected Drug Trafficking and How

Can Changes Made to Drug Trafficking be Addressed?


On the one hand, while mobility restrictions, occupancy limitations, and related measures impacted the availability of street drugs, UNODC director-general Ghada Fathi Waly stated that the pandemic has only worsened illicit drug use and trafficking because of the “harmful coping mechanisms and risky behaviors” that generally surround drug use. 

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Online School and Privacy Rights


In order to create a similar environment for test-taking, universities as an example, have decided to proctor tests and exams with video and audio surveillance. This creates an issue when legality comes into play regarding privacy issues in obtaining certain types of information.  

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COVID-19 Vaccine Passport and Privacy Concerns


As established, any Canadian vaccine passport plan must adhere to Canadian privacy laws. In order to do so, it must establish its effectiveness, necessity, and proportionality. 

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The Relationship Between Media and Crime Rates


While conclusions have shown mostly mixed results, there is a considerable amount of modern evidence that media does not influence crime rates. In actuality, the media likely only contributes to how crimes are conducted as opposed to their prevalence.  

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The Canadian Criminal Justice System: Changes & Improvements


Criminal justice in North America has not been immune to criticism recently, with issues like mass incarceration, racial injustice, and strained resources, it is time for a change. With these changes, it is important to remember that the criminal justice system is deeply integrated into society and thus will have a wide range of implications. 

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Technology Law vs Environmental Law


Although “strict government regulations can promote competitive advantage by stimulating and upgrading domestic demand” as well as “pressuring companies to maximize product performance, […] safety and environmental impact”, the standards cannot be too stringent as to create monopolies and/or unfair privileges for some firms or sectors. 

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  Crime Rates in Canada: Why Quebec Boasts One of the Lowest

Provincial Crime Rates


While Quebec’s low crime rate is admirable and impressive, it is important to reflect on it with context (Moreau, 2021). While they do have a low CSI, these numbers may not accurately represent the true rate of crime due to the crimes not reported to the police.  The most underreported crime is a very serious one, rape. 

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Prison Rehabilitation 


Prisoners are pressured by society to revert to their illegal ways due to the impossibility of re-entry in their environments; with disadvantages to the access of necessities such as employment and housing, ex-convicts find little hope for success at building a conventional life in society. 

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  Increasing Canadian Regulation: Mandating Environmental

Impact Assessments


An issue which arises is the vulnerability of having projects screened out - the case of denying an EA, when there should be one (Noble). This raises the question of whether EIAs should be incorporated as a legal requirement in projects, particularly those with potential adverse biophysical and social effects. 

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  Ford’s Call for the Lockdown Police: Is it Justified Under Martial Law?


The military and police both protect citizens, but does this justify the right of the police to make random stops and question citizens? The key difference between the two parties is that the military has specific actions to help fight the virus. The police, on the other hand, have been ordered to make arbitrary and random stops to question a person’s whereabouts.  

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  Analysis of the Hospitality Industry: Human Trafficking Edition


According to the Canadian Centre to End Human Trafficking, in 2019, there were 43 foreign nationals involved in a labor trafficking scheme. These individuals were forced to work cleaning services in hotels across Ontario’s cottage country, and this was all orchestrated through a third-party subcontracting business without the victim's knowledge (Luz, 2020). 

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  Maintaining Federal Legislation for Carbon Pricing: What's Next for Canada?


The primary issue concerning the outcome of this ruling is the free reign that provinces and territories now pose towards establishing their carbon pricing mechanisms. The federal ruling is intended to maintain flexibility to design their own region and context-specific policies, as long as they meet the minimum national standards, and attempts to maintain accountability as well (King et al.). 

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  Criminology of the Future: How Science Helps to Investigate Crimes!


It is becoming increasingly difficult for criminals to get away with their actions due to advances in forensic science. However, perpetrators can be cunning and find ways to get away, which is why the study of forensic science is so important. 

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  Electronic Surveillance and the Right to Privacy


 Electronic surveillance is necessary to ensure public safety and security, and electronic surveillance is an invasion of privacy. It is clear that the laws allowing for electronic surveillance have documented sections protecting the individual’s privacy, however to some, this protection is not enough.  

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  Canada’s Strict Immigration Laws: A Blessing or a Curse?


 Canada still remains an extremely difficult country to immigrate to. This is especially true since, unlike the USA, immigration is “law abiding and orderly […] everyone comes through the front door, in the open, during daylight hours” (Keller 2018). n addition, immigrants can only enter the country after “extensive vetting by Canadian authorities,” which can take months or even years (Keller 2018). 

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  Should judges involved in deciding on medical-related cases undergo special education to make their judgments fact-based?


 Many academics argue that judges and jurors must familiarize themselves with scientific knowledge to better understand scientists and their work (Santosuosso & Redi, 2003). Given that law and science are both highly challenging subjects that require ample study and knowledge, the desire to increase their seamless crossover is understandable and logical. 

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  Multi-level marketing: Financial freedom or cult-like behaviour?


 The FTC has set guidelines that help the public discern the illegal MLMS from the legitimate ones. The main difference is the sale through actual products or services that MLMs provide that pyramid schemes do not. This loophole allows for commissions to be paid on the sale of products and not on new recruitments like pyramid schemes.  

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  Prison Riots in Canada and the U.S.


 If inmates do not have legitimate means to achieve their goals, they turn to deviant and illegitimate methods (Desroches). One method many inmates choose when coming to this realization is rioting, holding hostages, and damaging property in an attempt to make negotiations with authorities; these terms are essentially focused on the goals they set out prior to the riot (Desroches). 

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  How Much Weight Should the LSAT Hold in the

Law School Admission Process?  

 Overall, while the LSAT still has its place, schools should look to shift to an admission process which ascribes much less weight to the standardized exam, and instead return to placing the greatest emphasis on academic achievement and non-academic experiences.  

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 Nonprofit Governance and Structure 

These obligations include duties of care, loyalty, and obedience. If a legal issue does arise, these laws are in place to hold members accountable. Nonprofit organizations have articles of incorporation and bylaws which define the level of hierarchy and authority to assist with decision-making. 

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 Women and Divorce in Law 

Unfortunately, research shows that “women bear the brunt of the social and economic burdens that come with divorce” and that the “quickest route to poverty is to become a single mother” (Foreman 2014).

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  Identity Theft: Modern crime? How to Prevent it in Post-Internet Era  

Thieves did not need to rummage through garbage or make endless calls to obtain personal information. They could hack into computers and organizations because, at the time, cybersecurity would not have been as advanced as it is today.


 Examination of the NHL’s Notorious 2021 Draft Pick; Logan Mailloux 

Three days before the draft, Mailloux renounced himself from the 2021 draft and asked teams not to select him because he had some maturing to do and that he wanted to be in a position where teams would be proud to select him in the draft as he has to assess himself as a person. Despite this, the Montreal Canadiens selected him

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 Nature of Hate Crimes and Laws Surrounding Them in Canada 

There is a fine line between speech that is criminally hateful versus offensive language. While perpetrators may feel protected by their Section 2 Charter rights, Section 1 clearly states that no right under the Charter is absolute. This Section explains that, while it is true we have the freedom of speech and expression, this is only to the degree that it does not infringe upon the rights of others.

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Issues Surrounding Mandatory Covid-19 Vaccination

Regardless of how it is handled,  however, it is likely that there will not be a one size fits all solution that works across different areas, and pleases everyone. However, as we continue through the Covid-19 pandemic, it is important that we adapt to mass vaccination.

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Dangers of the Notwithstanding Mechanism

Even a temporary suspension of rights was contrary to both the Charter’s true meaning and the essence of legal constitutionalism (Hiebert 5). Section 33 was originally introduced as a “last resort” mechanism, which would require serious consideration and the opinions of many. However, over time it has been made clear that the use of the Notwithstanding Clause has become increasingly discretionary.

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Protecting Undesirables in Prison 

Given the disappointing reality that Undesirables tend to be given shorter and less harsher penalties than robbers and drug traffickers, it was taken upon by inmates to place “punishment” into their own hands and serve Undesirables based on their own moral standards.

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Wrongful Convictions: How Can The Harm Be Undone?

False guilty pleas explain this notion since even though one is innocent, they continue to bargain for their freedom. Plea bargains are an essential part of the justice system, but they act as a weapon against the wrongfully convicted when used incorrectly.

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Cancel Culture and the Law

This idea essentially limits freedom of speech to only that of which the majority of the public will agree with, and subsequently hinders the “free exchange of information and ideas” that are vital to democracy.

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Examination of the Role of the Legal Mediator

An effective mediator should be more aggressive when the parties need to be firmly reminded that their behaviour is not conducive to the objections of mediations but more passive when the parties are closer to reaching common ground and are able to effectively communicate in a way that moves the process forward.

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The Pandemic and Its Impact on the Homeless Population

Systems like congregate-living environments have made it difficult to contain the virus within the homeless population. Residents would leave in the morning, increasing the risk of contracting, and spreading the virus, from outside.

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The Reliability of Eyewitness Testimony

If eyewitness testimony continues to be held at such a high standard, dire consequences will continue to persist with outcomes as severe as wrongful convictions (Gustafsson et al., 2019). In fact, inaccurate eyewitness testimony has been implicated in 75% of wrongful conviction cases that were later resolved through DNA evidence (Laney & Loftus, 2021).

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Current Lease Laws and Students

Considering that students already have significant financial obligations for their education, it is unfortunate to acknowledge that they must also be responsible for potentially exorbitant rental costs as well.

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An Analysis of the Role of Mass Media on the Criminal Justice System

 The language utilized by mass media devices tended to justify the police’s misconduct and keep controversial use of force events out of the public’s sight. The police were given “considerable leeway” (Brown 297) in the kinds of decisions they made whilst on duty, regardless of their consequences.  


An Analysis on the Lil Nas X, MSCHF, and Nike Lawsuit

 Nike was bound to win the case. The shoe hurt Nike's brand, and Nike had more footing to justify that the shoe was not a piece of art, and was more of a money grab for MSCHF. Additionally, Nike had loads of proof from those who filed reports. 

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 Protecting Wildlife and Endangered Species Using the Law 

With the current issues of global warming and climate change increasing extinction rates, it is incredibly important that humans who heavily contribute to this problem provide safety and security for these helpless and voiceless animals. Arguably, one of the most effective ways this can be done is through legal protection and sanctions.   

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The Age of Vaccine Tourism

While there are different residency requirements implemented at the discretion of each state, there are no explicit restrictions for travellers. Despite this, there is no guarantee that a foreigner will get a dose.  



Colonization and assimilation policies, such as the Indian Act and Sixties Scoop Era, are inherently racist, gendered, and sexualized. The intersectionality of these traits eliminated the matriarchal nature of Indigenous communities and devalued its female members. 

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The Recent Surge of Anti-Asian Hate Crimes Amidst the Global Pandemic

Although, allegedly this virus is said to have come from China, the Chinese,  and Asian people in general, are not the ones who spread it worldwide. Individual, and collective actions in their respective countries have been the cause of the continued appearance of COVID-19 cases.  

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Addressing Mental Illness Within the Criminal Justice System 

Many white mass shooters “receive much more sympathetic treatment” as they are immediately described as mentally ill. Meanwhile, individuals of colour are often stereotyped and treated much worse even if their crime is not as severe simply due to their race.  

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Inhumanity in the 20th Century and the Protection of Ethical Nature

Individually these laws have their positives. However, since they were all proposed together and were passed within days of each other, they do not have the luxury of being looked at independently. Together these laws have damning consequences for farmers.  

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Applications and Vaccinations: Legal Considerations Regarding COVID-19 Vaccination Mandates for Private Employers

Both the federal and provincial governments have declared the COVID-19 vaccine to be mandatory. Employment lawyers are drawing attention to the legal challenges that may arise should they choose to mandate the vaccine as a condition of employment.  

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Farmers' Protests in India

Individually these laws have their positives. However, since they were all proposed together and were passed within days of each other, they do not have the luxury of being looked at independently. Together these laws have damning consequences for farmers.  

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Should Canada cut ties with the British Monarchy?

 The law requires that all rights are to be given equal consideration and that no right is more important than the other, but does that recognize that they should have limits when they “substantially interfere” with each other? 

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Family Law and the Implications of the COVID-19 Vaccine

Some parents are opposed to vaccinating their children for a handful of reasons including religious views, or confidence in an alternative to modern medicine. Other parents are more comfortable vaccinating their children in order to ensure their safety and to prevent the spread of viruses among those at risk.  

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The Battle Between Freedom of Speech and Human Rights

 The law requires that all rights are to be given equal consideration and that no right is more important than the other, but does that recognize that they should have limits when they “substantially interfere” with each other? 

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Can Employers Mandate COVID-19 Vaccines for Employees?

An abundance of evidence online points to the notion that in certain cases, employers are well within their rights to dismiss or not hire employees who refuse to be vaccinated, as long as they are not infringing on the human rights of individuals. 

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Do Prisons Have the Power to Rehabilitate?

While there are barriers to rehabilitation, those who advocate on its behalf see crime and incarceration as a public health problem, rather than an imprisonment problem. With this point of view, we can see the underlying urgency in remodeling the prison system. 

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Impact of Travel Restrictions and Border Closures on Immigration

Refugees and migrants fleeing from their home countries by sea voyage is by no means a new phenomena. This growing trend, and with it, the growing number of deaths, have prompted the formation of complex operations and elaborate protocols to assist those in distress at sea.  

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Migrants at Sea: Who is Responsible for their Safety? 

Refugees and migrants fleeing from their home countries by sea voyage is by no means a new phenomena. This growing trend, and with it, the growing number of deaths, have prompted the formation of complex operations and elaborate protocols to assist those in distress at sea.  

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Covid-19 and Its Effects on Trials and Court Cases in Canada

 Courts have adapted as best as they can, with the majority of cases being heard virtually, and only those deemed ‘priority’ being heard in a courtroom. However, there are flaws, many of which have been expressed by those working within the legal system, primarily defence lawyers who are concerned about the quality of their work from home and their clients' cases.

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Ice Boxes: An American Nightmare

Along the Mexican-American border, border patrol authorities keep detained individuals in these ice boxes for long periods of time (“In” 2018). Those held often have no access to hygienic materials, are subject to abuse and assault from agents and suffer immensely uncomfortable conditions.

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Personal Data Collection - Understanding Privacy, Rights, and the                 Paradox

The collection and use of data will only continue to grow, thus requiring responsible approaches from individuals, corporations, and the government. The recent privacy scandals of Cambridge Analytica and Google have redefined ethics and privacy rights while demonstrating the need for transformative change in the digital world.

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Gamestop Short Squeeze: Market Manipulation and Regulations

on the Stock Market

It can be said with certainty that the Gamestop “short squeeze” and corresponding movements will result in many gaining or losing substantial amounts of money. With recent restrictions being lifted on stock purchases, Reddit users are staying firm in their resolution and commitment to each other to hold their positions and buy more stocks.

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How the Government can Lower Crime Rates

The number of crimes per 100,000 people of the population has risen by almost 5% in the last year alone, with more than 20% of the crimes being classified as “violent”. With crimes posing a constant and severe threat to society, it is in the best interest of the government to prioritize lowering the rate of illegal behavior.

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A Comparative Analysis of Canadian Justice Systems 

Ideally, a balanced system of both restorative and retributive justice would be implemented within the preexisting Canadian judicial and criminal systems; however, this standard would be realistically and philosophically difficult to implement .

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Sexual Violence against Children

While it is known that law and punishment can not be enforced solely based on an emotional or societal reaction, it can be argued that child rapists are justified in serving more time in prison and harsher punishments in general than bank robbers.

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An In-Depth Analysis of Physician-Assisted Death in Canada

Although it is evident that adults are at higher risk of health-related medical conditions, mature minors that are born with or suffering from a grievous and irremediable medical condition deserve their right to physician-assisted death. 


Uyghurs in China: How International Law is Insufficient in Protecting

Religious Minorities 

It is clear that protecting human rights in the present global system is much more complex than it appears at surface value. While there is a multitude of institutionalized norms that outline the innate dignity of all humans, the capacity of the international community to enforce these legal paradigms is limited.

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An Overview of Restorative Justice in Canada

Despite whether or not restorative justice is viewed in a positive or negative light, it is currently in place within the Criminal Justice System. It provides the opportunity for offenders to learn, reflect on, and correct their behaviour, with the possibility of achieving a sense of closure for victims.

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The Trump Administration's COVID-19 Strategy: Abysmal &


Despite the inefficiency of his responses, the Trump administration deflected responsibility by shifting the burden and blame to the states. By making it the states' jurisdiction, Trump could conveniently pass the blame to others as he did not have a stable, transparent, and strategic national plan. 

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Domestic Violence: An analysis from male/female perspectives

Patriarchy has created an environment that has subjected women to being the ‘weaker’ gender and has subsequently placed them at higher risks as targets for violence. This has thus generated a field of analysis that specifically focuses more on women than men.

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An Analysis of Homelessness Prevention Strategies in Canada​​


Arguably the greatest problem regarding homelessness is the difficulty to officially define it.The lack of a consistent definition complicates efforts to measure or categorize people who are homeless, makes the reduction of homelessness difficult.

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Use of Lie Detectors in Criminal Justice: How Effective are They?

Individuals have experienced being innocent and failing the test while others who are guilty have passed it. Still, the continuation of the polygraph is quite unpredictable at the moment for there is no other instrument out there that can achieve what the polygraph potentially can accomplish.

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Issues Facing Indigenous Communities in Canada


Indigenous communities are typically excluded from decision-making and governance over freshwater bodies. This is highly problematic as it perpetuates deeply rooted issues relating to colonialism and inequality.

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Ethical and Legal Issues in Medical Practice

As both ethics and law are dynamic and constantly changing with the evolution of society and advancements made in medicine and science, the challenges of ethics, policy, and regulation in the healthcare field will continue to grow thereby necessitating a careful balance between legal and ethical decision making.

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Broad Overview of Indigenous Traditional Ecological Knowledge

and Canadian Water Governance

Indigenous communities are typically excluded from decision-making and governance over freshwater bodies. This is highly problematic as it perpetuates deeply rooted issues relating to colonialism and inequality.

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The Risk of Cryptocurrencies

Multiple countries have banned the use of the virtual currency altogether, whereas others choose to make the currency not legal tender instead of concentrating on methods of regulation that could stabilize the market and tap into an opportunity that would excel economic growth worldwide

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Banning Abortions Doesn’t Work: Here’s What Will

Criminalizing the procedure will only put more individuals at risk as they may begin exploring backdoor methods that expose them to a number of serious health complications and, in some cases, the potential of death.

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The Complex Controversies of Organ Donations

From a legal perspective, the main concerns are the lack of laws and general guidelines to govern the act of organ transplants. Given that an estimated 100,800 transplants (“GKT1 Activity and Practices”) occur annually, there is a severe lack of regulations guiding this process.

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AI Tools in the Legal Profession: Ethical Risks and Implications


 The risks and implications of the deployment of AI tools must be recognized and analyzed by lawyers and interested parties in order to eliminate the risk of violating legal ethics.

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Enforcing COVID-19 Orders and Bylaws

Countries must follow suit and be held responsible for their actions. COVID-19 is not solely a national problem and thus, must be met with an international response and global standards for the effective minimization of the virus.

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An Analysis of Incentives for Organ Donation in Canada

Historically, the system of organ donation in Canada has always been premised on altruism. However, the “goodness of one’s heart” can no longer keep up with the increasing demand for organs. It has been suggested that by offering financial incentives, a significant increase will hopefully be seen in the supply of organs.

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An Analysis of Crime Through Gender

Movies, news, and TV shows have all portrayed to us the stereotypical villain that we have subconsciously come to accept. Young ruthless men with violent tendencies are seen as the stereotypical offender. These portrayals, while exaggerated, are not entirely false. Oftentimes crime is referred to as a male-dominated activity.

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Cloud Operations: The Future of Businesses & How They Operate


Cloud operations is the future with seemingly limitless capabilities and options that keep the computing power of both businesses and individuals at peak performance. When paired with developer operation, the technology behind cloud operations becomes stronger and more reliable.

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False Confessions and How They are Dealt With  


False confessions are one of the most incriminating pieces of evidence that can be brought forward against a defendant to prove their guilt, but they are drastically undervalued for the serious implications they hold for society and the fairness of our judicial system.

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Universal Reform of Sex Work Laws: Criminalizing Prostitution 

Studies conducted in countries with legalized prostitution have demonstrated that sexual abuse increased with legalization, as did sex trafficking numbers. Prostitution is inherently abusive and a one-sided exploitative experience for many women who often do not benefit as greatly as the male authority figures in the industry. 


Decriminalizing Prostitution

To criminalize prostitution will not eradicate it, it will only put sex workers in a vulnerable position subjected to a higher rate of danger and violence. Providing sex workers with human rights should not be a controversial topic, in fact, it is long overdue.  

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Cybercrime: Are the Laws Outdated?

Exposure to cyber threats has augmented due to the dominance of internet-connected devices. Issues emerging as a result of this crime include the perplexity of applying existing legislation to criminal cyber acts, as well as the employment of appropriate measures by law enforcement agencies. Hence, the legal system in response must acclimate to these changes as well. 

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Copyright Law in Modern Art 

Today, more than ever, artists share everything on social media, so it is important that art is protected. Knowing about Copyright law and understanding what it can do, artists can protect their work from being used unlawfully and unfairly. Unfortunately, the Copyright Act is not perfect.  

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The Controversy Surrounding Physician-Assisted Suicide 

There are no guidelines or measures that can determine justifiably who can judge when a person’s life is no longer worth living.  By providing doctors with this capability, there is a risk of abuse of power and deviation. Opponents question the point at which a doctor takes over a patient’s destiny and their future becomes not one of nature but of decision.   

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Racial Disparity in the U.S Incarceration System

Racist implicit and explicit beliefs explain why members of the police target black and brown individuals, why people of color receive harsher punishments for crimes, and why such individuals are treated more cruelly and harshly than white people who are imprisoned.  

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Mandatory Mediation and Domestic Violence

Implementing mandatory mediation for family law cases would significantly heighten the risks faced by these groups as they are unable to advocate for their interests effectively.  This is particularly dangerous as children may become further victims of abuse or witness incidents of abuse in the household.  


Exceptions to Nonintervention under

Modern International Law


Under the changing dimensions of international law and global developments, it is apparent that there is a need for further discussion and investigation into even the most basic features of nonintervention policy. To some extent, there is ambiguity in the definitions of intervention which can result in misinterpretation and unnecessary conflicts.

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Modern Debates on Freedom of Speech


To restrict speech based on an ambiguous term could allow for biases and unjust prosecution to impede judgment. Therefore, as autonomous beings who have the right to advocate and fulfill our own beliefs, it is essential that we continuously educate ourselves through the different values we may be exposed to. 

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Police Involvement

in Black Lives Matter Protests in the USA


Under the changing dimensions of international law and global developments, it is apparent that there is a need for further discussion and investigation into even the most basic features of nonintervention policy. To some extent, there is ambiguity in the definitions of intervention which can result in misinterpretation and unnecessary conflicts.


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Privacy, Policies and Big Data Collection

An inversely proportional relationship can be identified: as more and more people migrate from human interactions to web-based operations, there is a declining level of privacy awarded to each person. This is noted in big data collection and cloud operations; all of which seemingly make working easier, but at the same time, compromise how much ownership one has over their own information. 


Data Sharing and Ownership:

Whose Data Is It?

Even though data sharing cannot be stopped, antitrust laws can expand their jurisdiction to cover data-opolies and at the same time, also mandate businesses to modify their practices to grant users more control over their own data.

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