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"This first issue touches on themes of race, religion, and culture not just because they are critical in the present, but because they are the foundation of society, the elements that bind us to each other to create communities, and the first principles of our state. What better issue to launch KPR? " To read the full foreward click here.

Race is a key factor in our society and a lens through which all policy should be analyzed, though often it is not. In this issue, our writers look into the ways Indigenous peoples have been affected by the legal system, how influential the Black Lives Matter movement was on our institutions and the prevalence of the school to prison pipeline in Ontario.

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Religion is an important aspect of society that often is not discussed in policy.  This is particularly strange when government enters the realm of religion. In this issue, our writers look into Quebec, how it is similar to France's view on religious plurality and examine two key pieces of legislation, Bills 21 and 62.  Our team also looks at the public funding of religious schools and the Iran-Iraq war.

Culture is key to a society that is connected, empathetic, and open. In this section, our staff explores Canadian culture, There is analysis of key issues that are shifting our nation's culture like Canada's digital divide, our lack of mental health resources, and our laws on prostitution. BUt there is also analysis of key issues that shape our culture, like Western liberalism and youth engagement.

MASTHEAD

Editor-in-Chief  Brian Huynh

Deputy Editor-in-Chief  Matthew Winter

EDITORIAL

Managing Editor  Hibagh Ahmed

Deputy Managing Editor  Rachel Schafer

Associate Managing Editor  Lauren McCoy

Senior Editor  Maximillian Lee

Senior Editor  Najla Mohamed

Senior Editor  Thea Foss Wallace

Contributing Editor  Benjamin Beiles

Contributing Editor  Cooper Mendelson-Grasse

Editor  Van Vum

Editor  Christine Li

Editor  Dante Vignuzzi

Editor  Tasnia Reza

Editor  Lucas Morin

Editor  Cole Murray

ISSUE CONTRIBUTORS

Zoie Sutherland

Arianna Bowman

Aryan Bajpai

Daniel Diamond

Georgia Evans

Madeleine Foy

Jesse Hsieh

Annabelle Linders

Jami McElrea

Katso Ramodimoosi

Anson Shen

Toni Steele

OPERATIONS

Chair of the Board  Brian Huynh

Director of Digital  Matthew Winter

Director of Communications Amy Hinchey

Director of Media & Marketing  Sahra Abudllahi

Director of Accessibility & Oversight  Tana Cheema

Acting Director of Finance  Hailey Richard

The views and opinions expressed are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Arthur Kroeger College or the Kroeger Policy Review Editorial Board. 

 

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