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Which country restricts speech about climate change?

Did you guess “Canada”? The Canadian federal elections agency “will consider any substantial public talk or advocacy about climate change during the weeks around the Oct. 21 general election as potentially a form of election advertising, and thus only legal if it complies with the Elections Act.” [J.J. McCullough, Washington Post] Tags: campaign regulation, Canada, climate change, free speech in Canada
Tags: Law, Climate Change, Uncategorized, Canada, free speech in Canada, Campaign Regulation, J J McCullough Washington Post


Media Recommendations September 2019

Whether you like to listen, read, or watch content that discusses sexuality in humans (and occasionally other creatures), you’ve come to the right place! I gave myself an extra day to write this, which meant I could add three stellar podcast episodes to my media recommendations. I realized that September is almost over I recently learned as I typed “August” into the title field, checked my calendar, and remembered I was off by a whole month. Welp! Listen NPR’s Hidden Brain tackles the intersecti...
Tags: Sexual Assault, Sex Ed, College, Alcohol, Society, Bbc, Npr, Lgbtq, Waves, Malcolm Gladwell, Eva, Menstruation, Nadine, Simone, Gladwell, Nicoletta



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