To most, celebrities and models are the first to mind when thinking of Canadian sex icons. Few women however, have had as big of an influence on sex in Canada as Sue Johanson. A public figure with talents in both entertainment and education, Johanson brought sex into the households of many spreading wisdom and shattering taboos. Continue reading “Canada’s Great Sex Icon: Sue Johanson”
Cyber security is a problem that will not leave our headlines anytime soon. An unfortunate reality about the digital age is that with new technologies comes new threats. Our interconnected global society is at risk, seemingly daily, from an onslaught of major hacks.
Canada’s history contains numerous chapters of domestic extremism. In Quebec the FLQ once terrorized the province by kidnapping politicians and bombing political targets. During the Oka Crisis tensions between the Indigenous and the settlers boiled over in dramatic waves of violence. Canada is no stranger to extremes on our soil and the most prominent form of violent ideological expression gripping our country today is Islamic Terrorism.
Canadians are racking up a ton of debt. As a whole the country’s debt to personal income ratio has been increasing yearly since the 1980s. Currently Canadians owe more than $1.50 for every dollar of income. With this ratio of +150%, it is evident many Canadians are struggling to stay on top of their spending. There are many reasons for increases in personal debt such as the rising cost of living. This article will not explore the external factors contributing to this trend but will recommend something that we all can do; keep better track of our funds. Continue reading “Try Out This Canadian Budget Calculator”
A speech by Milo Yiannopoulos was scheduled to take place at UC Berkeley on February 1st 2017. Angry protesters surrounded the facility and demanded the event to be called off. A fire was set and the protesters became violent, ultimately resulting in the cancellation of the speech. Continue reading “The Voice of Your Enemy”
E-International Relations is an online academic resource that offers free texts on a variety of topics. I was very impressed when I stumbled onto their collection. They cover a wide variety of subject matter including the ongoing situations in the Middle East, the conflict in Ukraine, and on Climate Change. Continue reading “Free Books From E-International Relations”
For 50 years Canada’s homicide rate has been on a downward trend. The likelihood of dying by murder continues to fall lower and lower. Canadians cities are getting safer. This is something we need to both realize and appreciate. Let’s look at the stats.
In many countries around the world pornography is legal. Once someone reaches the age of consent, typically age 18, they are allowed to enter the porn industry. The porn industry can vary in its content ranging from minor nudity, to very violent, aggressive, and taboo sex scenes.
Modern day Syria resembles more the ruins of a former civilization than a vibrant country. The catastrophe to their society and the loss of human life is incalculable in scope, depressing to describe, and unfortunately – still ongoing. Continue reading “The Disaster Called Syria”
The Russian government has repeatedly demonstrated that it is against freedom for the internet. The Russian government views the internet as a tool to control and monitor the public. Continuing in this trend, the Russian government has recently passed new laws restricting the internet, forcing internet companies to store and share client data with the government, and cracking down on dissent and protesters. Continue reading “Putin’s Digital Grip + An Interview from PIA CEO Ted Kim”