The Singular They: Gender Inclusivity in Canadian Legal Writing and Style Guides

By Dominique Garingan Language is a product of culture, and it is known that the English language lacks a singular pronoun that signifies the non-specific he or she. Although at times unintentional, this singularity versus plurality of pronouns, coupled with gendered indicators, has helped entrench the binary perceptions of gender found in writing which weContinue reading “The Singular They: Gender Inclusivity in Canadian Legal Writing and Style Guides”

In Light of Those Most Vulnerable: Reflections on the Canadian Convoy Protests

By Dominique Garingan Note for/readers: This post was drafted on February 25, 2022, and further news or commentary on the invocation and revocation of the public order emergency may have since been published.  Greetings from the Canadian prairies!  It is wonderful to be a part of this community and to contribute to Notes Between UsContinue reading “In Light of Those Most Vulnerable: Reflections on the Canadian Convoy Protests”