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May 2020 Archives

LA VIOLENCE CONJUGALE DURANT L'ÈRE DU COVID-19

La majorité des gens sont pris à rester à la maison. Toutes activités sont annulées. Ceux-ci sont quelqu'une des raisons pour laquelle le taux d'accusations criminelles en Ontario a diminué de plus de 60%. Cependant, avec les gens constamment chez eux, le taux d'accusation de violence conjugale a monté.

The Charter of Rights and Freedoms: What is it?

The Charter of Rights and Freedoms, or the Charter, is a bill of rights that forms part of our Constitution. It was enacted in 1982, and guarantees civil rights to everyone in Canada from the actions of state actors. It ensures that the Government, and those that act on behalf of the Government, respect the rights of all Canadians. In addition to setting out what our rights are as Canadians, or people living in Canada, it also creates remedies for when state actors abuse those rights.

4 ways your teen could get into trouble at home

Teenagers are spending a lot more time at home than they may typically spend. And for many kids, this time at home can contribute to feelings of boredom, loneliness and frustration. As is the case with any new experience in adolescence, some teens handle difficult situations better than others do.

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