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Having rights does not mean the privilege to discriminate

Having rights does not mean the privilege to discriminate

ERNST: Why did Alberta’s Bill 10 about gay-straight alliances (GSAs) go so wrong?…

Social media and the rise of the distracted thinker

MORGAN: The internet device revolution is actually rewiring our brains.…

Should post-secondary education be free?

JUST ASKING: Employers are demanding post-secondary degrees because high-school standards are so poor.…

Ontario education system needs reform not spending cuts

VAN PELT and CLEMENS: By adopting the B.C. model, Ontario could save between $849 million and $1.9 billion…

Parents role in their child’s sex education paramount

STOCKLAND: Sexuality education cannot be divorced from values.…

Grading your life a tortuous task

ROBINSON: Is it enough to just show up?…

Addressing poverty the answer to improving educational outcomes

BROWNELL and NICKEL: Why Manitoba students performed so poorly on the latest national school report…

The limits of unity and diversity

MILKE: Citizens must at least agree on some basics.…

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