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Stephen Kimber | From cyberbullying legislation to support for Stephen McNeil's Liberals, Stephen Kimber surveys the field of politics in Nova Scotia.
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Roger Annis | Review of Rehtaeh Parson's suicide death in April 2013 has harsh words for police and other government agencies in Nova Scotia.
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Emily Monaghan | In the Rehtaeh Parsons case, the question whether or not she consented to what occurred was the focus, rather than whether the boys had raped her.
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Stephen Kimber | 2014 was The Year The Conversation Changed. About gender, sex, private, public, personal, political… The goal is change. Change is hard. Which is why these conversations are so important.
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Stephen Kimber | I can't tell you her name. You know it already. And yet, under Section 486 of the Criminal Code, I can no longer identify her because she is an alleged victim in a child pornography case.
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Stephen Kimber | Stephen Kimber reviews the Zann 'cyberbullying' case, and reflects on the true intention of the recently enacted Nova Scotian law.
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Krystalline Kraus | If the people who hide behind the Internet could get any more cruel, they have proved themselves well.
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Krystalline Kraus | The two men are due in youth court in Halifax on August 15, 2013. Their identities are shielded from the public because they were minors at the time they committed the alleged offences.
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Krystalline Kraus | The bill would help protect cyberbully victims by giving them the right to sue in court or seek a police protection order if they or their children are being harassed online.
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Gerry Caplan | Bullying is an expansive phenomenon, running along a wide continuum, ranging from physical to verbal abuse. For some reason, society deems much of it to be perfectly acceptable, at least in politics.
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Maya Shlayen | In reality, her story had a lot to do with being female in a patriarchal society. Rehtaeh was killed by misogyny.
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Roger Annis | Postmedia columnist Christie Blatchford has sparked intense anger following her column claiming an inebriated 15-year-old girl could "consent" to sex.