A Coggle Diagram about Court Systems (Superior Court of Justice, Supreme Court of Canada, Court of Appeal, Ontario Court of Justice and Judge, jury, etc), Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedom, Criminal Law (Defences, Offences, Elements of an offence and Criminal Code), Residential Landlord and Tenant Law, Alternative dispute resolution, Employment (Employer/Employee relationship, Termination and Contracts), The Constitution (Road to independence for Canada and Statutes), Authority (Governent and Police), Tort Law (Elements of a tort law and Levels of guilty) and Final Remarks: In beginning of the course, my mind map was on basic information such charter of rights and freedoms, constitution, bill of rights, etc. I learned these concepts back in high school in my Canadian law course. If I look back at my first mind map and compared it with the new one, I realized how much more in-depth information I have learned in this course. In the new refined mind map, I have learned a variety of concepts such as a more in-depth look in the charter, different law systems, courts, constitution, etc. I have learned about the court systems within Canada such as the Supreme Court, Superior Court of Justice, Supreme Court of Canada, Court of Appeal, etc. I did not know that these courts existed aside from the Supreme Court of Canada. I learned more in this course than any other law course that I have taken in the past. I really enjoyed this course because I learned so many different law systems that I can apply in my daily life. Some of the law systems include tort law, employment law, residential law,etc. I was not aware of some of the statutes involved within these law systems. Now I know that if I were to face any situation that involved any offences from the law systems above, I am well aware of my rights. I learned about recklessness, negligence and collective bargaining in the hot coffee video. The hot coffee video was a big eye opener for tort law. I learned lot from that such as capping on compensations within different states. I was not aware of capping at all. Overall, this map portrays what I have learned within this course. I had a wonderful time in this course and I hope to continue taking courses within this profession. In the future, I would like to pursue the career of a lawyer and hopefully courses like this will increase my knowledge in the profession. Thank you for teaching a wonderful course Mrs. Arbour.