This issue of The PLEA introduces the unique place that Treaties hold in Canadian law.
This issue of The PLEA considers how the rule of law balances the seemingly contradictory concepts of order and freedom in a democracy.
Ideal for most any reader, Revolution is specifically designed to fulfill several requirements across Saskatchewan’s social science curricula. It will also be of particular interest to people curious about laws, social change, and ideology.
This issue of The PLEA takes advantage of students’ familiarity with The Simpsons to better understand law-related concepts.
This issue of The PLEA is an uncanny approach to examining the purposes of law, demonstrating how the law applies to the bathroom.
This issue of The PLEA builds understandings about nuclear weapons and the international laws used to control them.
This issue of The PLEA looks at the law from a pedestrian’s perspective, from the rules of the road to neighbourhood design.
This issue of The PLEA uses Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town to ask how have we succeeded as a liberal democracy? And how can we do better?
This issue of The PLEA explores how Nazis used satire to gain public support for their changes to German laws and social systems.
This issue of The PLEA is an introduction to the Youth Criminal Justice Act.
This issue of The PLEA uses Suggested Units in Saskatchewan’s new English Language Arts curriculum to provide teachers with new approaches to classroom literature.
This issue of The PLEA introduces municipal government.
This issue of The PLEA is a how-to guide for implementing mock trials.
This issue of The PLEA introduces various elements of Canada’s legal system, including government, the police, and the courts.
This issue of The PLEA introduces Hammurabi's Code, the oldest nearly-compete set of written laws.
This issue of The PLEA examines healthy relationships, dating violence, and sexual assault.