Beyond SALAD

  Samantha Addario 3L The Student Animal Law Association of Dalhousie (SALAD) is not a vegan club. Rather, we are a group of Dalhousie students who deal in animal advocacy, animal welfare, animal rights, and other forms of animal protection including education and awareness-raising of animal issues. Every year, we offer a wide and unique … Continued

Interview: The Right Honourable David Johnston on Trust

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JM: Your new book discusses how the traits of a trustworthy person are the same traits of a trustworthy nation. How does that idea respond to the rise of nationalism and move away from globalism? DJ: We wrote the book because I was worried about the erosion of trust in public institutions. And as we … Continued

Interview: Senator Thomas McInnis on Bill C-45

Senator Thomas McInnis has a bachelor’s degree from Saint Mary’s University and a law degree from Dalhousie University. Before he was appointed as a Senator in 2012, he practiced law specializing in property and commercial law. He started the firm McInnis, Mont & Randall with two friends, and has also practiced with Boyne Clark, and … Continued

Halifax Staycay Ideas

By: Melissa Pike

GETTING PHYSICAL   On the Mat Yoga (2985 Oxford St) OTM offers a range of yoga classes, particularly with a focus on flow and yin. If you want to really de-stress and walk out feeling “loosey-goosey” and on top of the world, try their Sunday 5:00pm “Mind Body Bliss” class. The teacher will guide you … Continued

Loot Boxes

By: Sam Clark

A controversial issue in video gaming in the past year is the role of “loot boxes”.  “Loot boxes” are virtual items containing a randomised assortment of virtual items that can be purchased using either in-game currency or real money.  Previously, these items were cosmetic items which didn’t affect in-game performance, or were limited to free-to-play … Continued

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