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First female chief justice of Canada delivers Lodhi Lecture in Human Rights

Former chief justice of Canada, Beverley McLachlin, considers reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Peoples to be one of the most important processes which Canada...

Addressing the Elephant in the Room

St. Thomas University student and co-president of the STU Mental Health Society Ashley Thornton said society sees mental illness as people crying and rocking...

Calling out the lies: Toronto Star reporter delivers journalism lecture

Preventing misinformation is similar to treating a health virus, according to Daniel Dale, a Washington correspondent for the Toronto Star and self-proclaimed Trump fact-checker. Dale...
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