Ontario Premier Doug Ford can’t please everyone. A good program should create an environment for students where asking questions and searching for information from a trusted, knowledgeable source is possible.
Statutory damages for copyright infringement in most other Copyright Board tariffs carry enough heft to actually protect the marketplace, writes John Degen of the Writers' Union of Canada.
The auditor general found that the department didn’t bother to track literacy rates of First Nation students in comparison with students in the provincial systems, writes NDP MP Charlie Angus, the party's Indigenous affairs critic.
Canada ought to return to its past leadership role in funding and offering the scholarships.
I used to support Ontario’s constitutional right to separate schools, but recent events in Ottawa have made me reconsider.