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The tiny facial cues that can tip you off

The tiny facial cues that can tip you off

Picking up the early cues gives you more time to take action, change what you’re doing or prepare for what’s coming next

Offering care the most natural of gifts

And caring for a sick loved one could be their last and greatest gift to you

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Shaping our future through public education

The 21st century is a fascinating time to be a teacher. It’s also a time of great challenge as we work to help every student realize his or her potential. Shifts in technology have made the memorization of facts less relevant and the ability to access information a necessity. Students have the greatest libraries in the […]

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Show us Alberta’s plan to balance the budget

By placing its hopes on future revenue growth, the government is risking the province’s fiscal and economic health

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B.C.’s election: the perils of proportional representation

Green Party policies, rejected by more than 80% of B.C. voters, could be enacted because its support is required to form a government

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Why cultural appropriation is a good thing

It’s difficult to point to an attribute in any culture that hasn’t been copied from another culture. Sharing cultural properties is how humanity advances

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The pitfalls of policing what people say and think

To argue that writers may not write from the perspective of another culture limits the broader culture’s imagination and understanding

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In-class activism replacing real education

Activist “teachers” are no longer teaching children how to think, but what to think. Is that what we want for our children?

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Alberta stuck on a dangerous spending treadmill

Notley’s NDP government is showing too much of Rob Rae’s spending mentality and not enough of Roy Romanow’s fiscal restraint

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A pipeline straight to political disaster?

Both B.C.’s Christy Clark, and Justin Trudeau now face some difficult choices when it comes to the Trans Mountain Pipeline

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