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  • Strip searches are a difficult subject, because requiring a person to take their clothes off for a bodily search is invasive and raises privacy more »
  • Many people have heard of plagiarism, especially as it relates to academia but what is it and what are the repercussions of it?read more »
  • You are finished with your studies after many years of toil but you still haven’t found a job even though you have been looking for months. You also have to think about those pesky student loans that more »
  • Cyberbullying is bullying that is done over technological devices, such as smart phones, tablets, computers, laptops, etc, and shows up on social media like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and more »
  • Back to school time comes with many pleasures and pains. Depending on your sense of style and how you feel about school dress codes, what you have to wear to school every day is either “totally kewl” more »
  • As most parents know, finding a good daycare spot can be an Olympian task. All across Canada, tens of thousands of kids languish on waitlists for a quality spot. Parents can only wait so long though, more »
  • Food allergies are on the rise in Canada. More than 2.5 million Canadians report having at least one food intolerance, including approximately 300,000 children under 18, according to Health more »
  • Victims of bullying, whether it occurs in school, at work or online, often feel helpless to act or fight back. Parents of bullied children can feel equally exasperated when they feel institutions more »