This document contains many promising ideas that could improve life for several different types of students. However, it also fails to provide a clear roadmap to achieve to these goals in a lot of places.
At the end of the day, academic fraud is a serious crime that has been neglected by students for years. It’s time universities take action and show the seriousness of this act.
To help clear things up, the Tomato managed to get an interview with Trudeau. Suspiciously, the prime minister declined to make any comment, movement, or even blink.
The Icelandic government will introduce new legislation this month to eradicate the pay gap between all forms of gender, ethnicity, sexuality, and nationality.
Why shouldn’t the government use an inanimate object that belongs to nobody to offer someone a concrete chance at extending their life?
Although the Canadian health care system covers all essential medical services for residents, medication and prescriptions are not covered by this plan.
“Having students from all over the world means more diversity of thought, cultural exchange, and higher tuition f—I mean academic rigour.”—Jacques Frémont
In a time where personal genetic technology is advancing, and companies like 23andMe are offering such services to the public, it’s imperative that Canadians have legislation to protect them against the misuse of this technology.