Rick Metha is a former Professor of Psychology at Acadia University. He was dismissed for exercising his academic freedom.
Carlos Parra is completing his philosophy degree and works for Air Canada. Carlos skydives and travels all the across the globe.
Michael Adam Ferguson is the Cognitive Neurology, Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Laboratory for Brain Network Imaging and Modulation--Harvard Medical School, Department of Neurology. He is the host of the Luminous Brain Podcast.
Zach Reimer will be starting his PhD in Philosophy at the University of Oklahoma in the Fall of 2019. Zach is also a contributing author at Kazingram Dialogue. You can read his latest article "A Silent Saviour".
Hugh Hunter has a Phd in the History of Philosophy from the University of Toronto. He was a Post-Doc at Humboldt Universität, Berlin, and has taught philosophy at seven universities.
I was surprised when my historian friend informed me that, unlike our American counterparts, Canada doesn't legally have separation of church and government because of its connection to the British monarchy. As "Defender of the Faith," the reigning monarch is the head of both institutions--church and state. Canada's Church is symbolically protected as a member of the Commonwealth.
While India’s emergence as a hub for commercial surrogacy has given couples a renewed hope of parenthood, several ethical issues have emerged. One, in particular, is the manner in which these surrogate mothers are chosen. Often the women selected as surrogates are poor and illiterate but select surrogacy of their own volition.