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Changing attitudes, changing platitudes – again and again

Changing attitudes, changing platitudes – again and again

We’re rather smug in our belief that our modern take on things reflects a perfect and compassionate view for all time (FREE)

Don’t be so quick to take offense

Don’t be so quick to take offense

TAUBE A bad joke or inappropriate comment is often just that: a bad joke or inappropriate comment. Calm down, and carry on (PREMIUM membership content)

When a kiss is just a kiss

When a kiss is just a kiss

Fairy tales impart pro-social values and are full of lessons for the young. We do our children no favours when we read lust and sexual assault into them

Men are not a collective, but I’ll apologize anyway

Men are not a collective, but I’ll apologize anyway

MACFADYEN Men are not like the Borg from Star Trek: The Next Generation who operate as a single entity with a hive mind (PREMIUM content)

When speech isn’t free, society pays a high price

When speech isn’t free, society pays a high price

TAUBE A recent incident at the University provides a glimpse of what the future may hold for Canadian post-secondary education – and it ain’t pretty ($$)

Gender diversity doesn’t guarantee higher returns

(Troy Media) While gender diversity is a good idea, management should remain focused on how to adapt to new opportunities or potential hazards

Is justice pricing really justice or just plain hate?

(Troy Media) This isn’t a time for Canadians to be segregating each other, or rushing to put themselves and their neighbours into hyphenated categories

Women facing the ‘baby bounce’ have legal options

(Troy Media) A pregnant woman facing termination or a mom coming off maternity leave who learns she won’t be rehired may have grounds for a human rights complaint

Don’t keep parents in the dark about their child’s transgenderism

DI MUCCIO (Troy Media) A handful of Ontario school boards have decided that parents shouldn’t be told if their child has adopted a transgender identity

Laws can reduce bullying and Bill C-16 is needed now

POLITICS/LAW (Troy Media) Canada needs laws to protect vulnerable transgender youth, who experience bullying at much higher rates than their peers

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