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Bassili, Monica writes a weekly column for

Remembering Amanda Todd by Monica Bassili

Although someone may seem kind and understanding at first, taking a long time to develop a relationship with you, they may flip when they feel it is for their benefit.

In this way, people whom you have once trusted could use your personal information against you. In any case, it is necessary to talk with someone you trust and create a safe action plan to combat online abuse.

Online bullying could dramatically impact young women, such as Amanda Todd, and need to be taken seriously. If the abuse becomes serious, the Edmonton Police Department has the authority to launch an investigation if the threats are targetting at the victims and their friends and family.

Please see the Edmonton Police Department website to access other Edmonton and area-specific resources on online bullying and harassment.

Monica Bassili writes a weekly column for

Bill C-36 – Eliminating Hate Speech or Promoting It? | Monica Bassilli

The bill assumes that Canada, instead of a haven of multiculturalism, is a catalyst for hate speech. The government is uniquely positioned to enact unilateral control over free speech by shifting government narratives from multiculturalism to hate. I want to clarify that I do not support racist, sexist, homophobic, or otherwise discriminatory content. However, allowing the government to manufacture and reproduce information they see as “truth” and “non-harmful” limits individual capacities towards free speech, a constitutional right.

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