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Children’s rights and spaces: an ethnographic look at children’s rights in Punjab, India and Ontario, Canada.
The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) is the most widely signed and ratified human rights treaty in history. The Convention is law in the nearly two hundred countries that have ratified it including ...
What's love got to do with it?!: Teaching as a 'labour of love' and Ontario's 2012-13 labour disputes.
The following entails a “historico-critical” (Foucault  2010:46) analysis of the connection between teaching and love encapsulated in public, political and media discourses during the 2012-13 education labour disputes ...
PREVENTING THE INTRODUCTION AND THE SPREAD OF FRESHWATER INVASIVE INVERTEBRATES IN ONTARIO: ASSESSMENT OF THE PROPOSED INVASIVE SPECIES ACT (BILL 37)
Freshwater invasive species, especially invertebrates are an important environmental stressor associated with significant ecological and economic impacts particularly in the Great Lakes, one of the freshwater ecosystems ...