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Sep 24, 2018

Playing (with) identity in Canadian university classrooms

Raluca Bejan
The push for de-colonial education is oftentimes a matter of political performativity. So as the ‘benevolent’ act of the compassionate agent who 'allows' the colonized to tell their colonizing story.
Blog
Sep 4, 2018
Children boarding school bus. Photo: SouthernWI/Flickr

Back to school with Doug Ford in power

Maya Bhullar
As we send our kids back to school, let's make sure our MPPs know that we do not support the politicization of our kids' education.
News
Aug 20, 2018
Premier Ford, joined by Minister of Finance, Vic Fedeli, and Minister of Government and Consumer Services, Todd Smith, at the government's Buck-a-Beer announcement. Photo: Premier of Ontario Photography/flickr

Doug Ford's 'strong start' appeals to his new fans

Karl Nerenberg
Premier Ford has spent nearly two months undermining the environment, welfare and refugees, breaking more than a few promises along the way. His admirers say that means he is decisive.
Blog
Jul 23, 2018

Walk on the wild side at Urquhart Butterfly Garden

Doreen Nicoll
I have found the secret garden. There is no gate or little door, but there certainly is a Fairy Queen who is welcoming and gracious, yet formidable with an ever so slightly mischievous side.
Photos
Jul 20, 2018

Suffer all ye Ontario children

Antonia Zerbisias
Charles McVety, the so-called “evangelical leader” who delivered unto Doug Ford a social conservative Christian base, is less about loving the poor and disadvantaged and more about promoting hate.
In cahoots
Jul 18, 2018

Green with Envy

Perth, Ontario, attracts eco-conscious homeowners with PerthWorks, a sustainable urbanism pilot project. The catch? The houses are built in collaboration with Algonquin college students.
Photos
Jul 16, 2018
Photo: Rick Chung/Flickr

Last call at the Ivory Tower

Jessica Parish
For my final two years of my PhD I decided I’d rather bartending than teach in the post-secondary sector. Why? Because I needed time and money to continue writing and bartending made better sense.
News
Jul 16, 2018
Photo: Rick Chung/Flickr

Last call at the Ivory Tower

Jessica Parish
For my final two years of my PhD I decided I’d rather bartend than teach in the post-secondary sector. Why? Because I needed time and money to continue writing and bartending made better sense.

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