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Enhancing The Privacy Framework: An analysis of Privacy in Canadian and Brazilian health care
In the last decade, with organizations’ increased reliance on digital storage of information, privacy laws have been implemented and updated to help govern the collection, use, disclosure, storage and destruction of personal ...
Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea? Union Prospects and Deliberative Debate in Nova Scotia’s Public Sphere, 1863-1864
This thesis explores Nova Scotia’s 1863-1864 public union debates and examines the roles of political liberalism and loyalism in the colony’s deliberative public sphere. It argues that these debates were thematically broad, ...
The Challenge of Youth Engagement in Local Government: Exploring the Use of Youth Councils in Amherst and Halifax Regional Municipality, Nova Scotia
Youth councils are an increasingly popular tool that both government and non-governmental organizations use to inform policy and program development, to increase the participation of young people, and to improve the ...
An 'Unintegrated' Province? Examining the Extent of Spatial Cleavages in Public Opinion in Nova Scotia
Place is a common theme in depictions of Nova Scotian politics. The Ivany Commission, for example, describes in its recent report deep attitudinal cleavages between urban and rural residents, who seem “almost to occupy ...