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How can we discuss sex ed without talking about marriage?

Marriage understands shared existence, including the economic, spiritual, social and sexual aspects of our lives

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19,000-acre ranch donated to U of C’s Faculty of Veterinary Medicine

Donation will establish the faculty as an international leader in veterinary health, education, research and community outreach

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U of C’s Haskayne School of Business helping energy startups

Twenty-five ventures to be selected for the launch of the Creative Destruction Lab Energy program

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We shouldn’t teach ethnic languages in public schools

Teaching such languages is better done by parents and ethnic associations. Schools must focus on core subjects

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We can’t put a price on free speech

Universities should defend unpopular speech, not politicians who use funding as leverage

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Workplace learning in Canada increasingly informal: report

Employers need to be aware of cost, lack of curriculum and role supervisors play in learning, says Conference Board of Canada

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 Must-have gadgets for back to school and more

Bluetooth speakers, a durable camera, connecting to the Internet without a nest of wires and a multi-use charger

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Post-secondary tuition fees on the rise across Canada

But in Alberta, fees for undergraduate programs rose by just 0.1%; graduate program tuition was unchanged in the province

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Classroom surveillance and sex ed in Ontario

Is this the kind of workplace we want to create for teachers, where any remark might be taken as either perverse or oppressive?

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Calgary college opening career path for women in tech industry

InnoTech College has introduced a bursary to encourage women to train in technology fields

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