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Dispatches from the Ford Nation Underground: Sex Ed Edition

By Neil Flagg On Feb. 23, Ontario’s Premier Kathleen Wynne released her new Sex Ed curriculum, to be implemented in all of Ontario’s primary and middle schools in the Fall of 2015. Some ...
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Do not launch words of mass destruction

I’ll say it with certainty: if given the choice between smacked hard in the head with a baseball bat, or a personal detail of mine being revealed to many people, I’d choose to have ...
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Measles: Science’s failure to communicate

This month, there were news reports of California families hosting “Measles Parties” to intentionally expose their children to the potentially fatal disease in order to gain immunity ...
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DIANE’S ADVICE: Dealing with A Family Illness

My mother-in-law, Joan, recently lost her 10 year battle with cancer. She was diagnosed with Myelodysplasia Syndrome, a rare blood cancer. Misdiagnosed for years, she continuously suffered ...
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Dispatches From the Ford Nation Underworld

Three months on from the 2014 Toronto Municipal Election, and things are smoldering down here in the Ford Nation underworld – the Land of the Political Dead, where we’ve been ...
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Trudeau fumbles over Eve Adams’ scandals question

Canada’s Conservative MP Eve Adams has crossed the floor to join the Liberal Party. The MP from Mississauga-Brampton South, and Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau answered the media’s ...
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Beware the etiquette of coffee meetings

Ever since the wild proliferation of franchised coffee shops began in North America about twenty years ago, it’s hard to find an adult who has not entered a name brand house of java. We ...
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Israeli Elections set to provide headaches for Left and Right

In Israeli politics, there is one magic number: 61 That number represents the amount of elected members that are required at a minimum to form a government. Under Israel’s proportional ...
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Boo-etiquette: when is it rude to boo?

When is it OK to boo a public official, and when is it downright rude? Lately, New York Mayor Bill deBlasio was booed by officers at a police graduation ceremony. According to Time ...
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BBC journo flubs ‘apology’ for Paris rally remarks

Yes, as Elton John once sang, Sorry Seems to be the Hardest Word. Two studies have come out lately explaining why people hold back an apology, and how apologies can heal rifts. And ...
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