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Parental Alienation and the Best Interests of the Child

Divorce may be one of the greatest challenges in the modern human experience.  It is a hugely costly process, not only in money, but also in emotional toil.  It is …

Canada is Not the 51st State

It is not uncommon for some Canadians to become annoyed at Americans who tend to view Canada as the 51st State.  What is actually more annoying, is when Canadian journalists …

Everyone Deserves a Second Chance, But How Much Tolerance is Too Much? Part II – Employees

In an employment context, a certain amount of “taking the bad with the good” is necessary for a functional workplace.  It is a rare employee who is never dissatisfied with …

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