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Giving teachers a voice in crafting a better education system

Giving teachers a voice in crafting a better education system

Considering the emphasis placed on critical thinking in schools, it’s ironic that teacher development minimizes debate and emphasizes conformity (FREE)

Trudeau stands tall in Asia by rejecting the status quo

Trudeau stands tall in Asia by rejecting the status quo

MCGARVEY By rejecting the Trans-Pacific Partnership, Trudeau is signalling that globalization has abandoned some key principles and must be fixed (FREE to subscribers)

Big threats to personal privacy in the era of big data

Big threats to personal privacy in the era of big data

The modern politician, even in a democracy, can now be almost certain to know how you voted by adding up what’s known about you (FREE to subscribers)

Score one for religious freedom

Score one for religious freedom

Proposed amendments to Bill C-51 mean MPs understand that religious services and sacred spaces aren’t the same as any other public gathering (FREE)

It’s not easy doing business in Canada

It’s not easy doing business in Canada

We placed a dismal 18th for ease of doing business, even behind such countries as Georgia and Macedonia (FREE)

Is the future of NAFTA truly bleak?

By understanding that free-trade agreements benefit consumers, businesses and governments, this deal can be saved (FREE)

When political attack ads turn and bite the wrong prey

When political attack ads turn and bite the wrong prey

KINSELLA The Working Families campaign targeting Ontario PC Leader Patrick Brown is just plain wrong – and stupid – and that means it will fail ($$)

Dissecting Trudeau’s Trans-Pacific tap dance

Dissecting Trudeau’s Trans-Pacific tap dance

TAUBE Was the prime minister simply late to a critical meeting on the trade deal or did he attempt to sabotage it? ($$)

Notley’s use of ‘mansplaining’ slurs all men

The Alberta premier really shouldn’t be touted as a role model for young girls (FREE)

Ontario electricity prices set to keep rising

Ontario electricity prices set to keep rising

The province pays extraordinary rates to solar, wind and biofuel generators. But the wind doesn’t always blow and the sun doesn’t always shine (FREE)