Interpretation Guidelines are intended to assist the parties in understanding the Board's usual interpretation of the law, to provide guidance to Members and promote consistency in decision-making. However, a Member is not required to follow a Guideline and may make a different decision depending on the facts of the case.
Public spaces in Rental units where turned into alienating spaces by Medallion. It alienated and attempted to strip natural rights of those renters who cannot wear masks due to disability and pre-existing conditions. It pushed neighbours apart into 1. the hyper overly scared masses, and 2. those rational people asserting their rights as free citizens and tenants. These hyper overly scare masses where thusly exploited by the Health bodies in Canada. Tenants were allowed to police such Medallion masking policy with a zeal for meanness and paranoia on unmasked tenants such as us.
Child sexual abuse is a disturbing reality in many of Canada's First Nations, Métis and Inuit communities, research is beginning to show.
Sharing her experiences will help others scarred by being sexually violated as children.
"My biggest message would be to tell someone, and that it is not your fault," she said.
"When we don't talk about it, we are just as guilty as the perpetrator. We are covering it up."
"The right to determine what shall be done with one's own body is a fundamental right in our society. The concepts inherent in this right are the bedrock upon which the principles of self-determination and individual autonomy are based."
Nicolaism was an early Christian sect mentioned twice in the Book of Revelation of the New Testament. The adherents were called Nicolaitans, Nicolaitanes, or Nicolaites. They were considered heretical by the mainstream early Christian church. According to Revelation 2:6 and 15, they were known in the cities of Ephesus and Pergamum.