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Turning the sex ed clock back to 1998 puts our youth at risk

Turning the sex ed clock back to 1998 puts our youth at risk

LGBTQ youth face additional mental health pressures associated with stigma and discrimination

Inside ‘a tap on the back’ that ruined a 40-year policing career

B.C.’s Office of the Police Complaint Commissioner is a watchdog that barks public interest but whose bite is about self-interest

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Most women feel undermined in the workplace: report

Men and women were nearly even in being identified as the culprit of cutting down others

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The right of women to choose their own futures

Saudi Arabia’s anti-women laws require a swift dose of economic freedom, and they’re not alone

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Diversity in Canada has the capacity to inspire the world

It’s imperative for our political leaders to continue being strong custodians of Canada’s pluralistic identity

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The double standard behind #MeToo allegations

Patrick Brown lost his job. Justin Trudeau still has his. What explains the double standard?

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Whitewashing history fails to serve the common good

Beware the arrogance of the new age. Attempting to cleanse history is a fool’s or, worse, a tyrant’s errand

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An old white man awakes to his privilege – and its power for good

I’ve become much more prone to analyze daily social situations on the grounds of age, ethnicity and gender

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The rise of anti-male sexism and the corruption of feminism

Feminism today is simply a reversal of anti-female sexism. All males are reduced to a common set of evil characteristics

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Why would we concern ourselves with a mix of sex, law and religion?

The Supreme Court’s TWU decision shows once again that when it comes to Canadian courts, sexual rights trump religious ones

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