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What Betsy DeVos could learn about school choice from Ontario

What Betsy DeVos could learn about school choice from Ontario

Unfortunately, the U.S. Education Secretary would have to visit the past to find truly innovative approaches to school choice …

The hardships of Orkney link to Canada’s early days

The hardships of Orkney link to Canada’s early days

Displaced from their homes, many citizens of the Orkney islands ended up in Canada working …

The peculiar cult of Che Guevara

Guevara’s primary political instinct was totalitarian, with a propensity to violence…

Kudos to Toronto, but independent schools still face discrimination

Subjecting parents choosing such schools for their children to extra costs is discriminatory…

Remembering teachers: the bad and the good

Bad teachers leave a mark. But good teachers can cut through the bad and leave a life-long impression…

The no-zero policy finally gets a failing grade

The no-zero policy finally gets a failing grade But dumping the misguided practice in Newfoundland and Labrador schools is just the beginning – much more reform is needed…

Decoding Orkney by channelling the subtle Norse air

Decoding Orkney by channelling the subtle Norse air

Part 1: A Scottish contribution to Canada’s Arctic genome can be found in the deep…

Denying DeVos a welcome simply punishes American children

Denying DeVos a welcome simply punishes American children

Petty Ontario politicians were outraged that U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos planned a visit…

Kobras lose to visiting Delisle; travel to Unity this week

Kobras lose to visiting Delisle; travel to Unity this week

The Kobras play their final home game next Friday against the 1-3 Meadow Lake Spartans…

Elizabeth Lions prepare for semifinals

Elizabeth Lions prepare for semifinals

Football team takes on Rosetown on Thursday to see who advances to the league final…

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