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Did the Liberals walk back a portion of Bill C10?

Did the Liberals walk back a portion of Bill C10?

As noted in last week’s Connecting the Dots column, concern is mounting in Canada over the possible effects Bill C10 might have on free expression in our country.
Manitoba School Board President calls Bill 64 a time-bomb

Manitoba School Board President calls Bill 64 a time-bomb

Since the announcement of the provincial government’s long-awaited response to the K-12 Review Commission, through Bill 64 (The Education Modernization Act) on March 15, tens of thousands of Manitobans from every corner of this province have risen up
Opinion on Ed bill64

Opinion on Ed bill64

Reactions to the provincial government’s Bill 64, which will require major changes to the public school system, have come from a range of sources. John R. Wiens is dean emeritus at the faculty of education, University of Manitoba.
Virden Pastor shares Good News

Virden Pastor shares Good News

As we approach the midpoint of 2021, we are starting to see glimmers of hope on the horizon as to the coming end of the lockdowns, and even the economy perhaps showing signs of improvement.
Variants of concern, so … what?

Variants of concern, so … what?

Connecting the Dots
COVID-19 treatments on trial now

COVID-19 treatments on trial now

Connecting the Dots
Federal Conservative leader on Trudeau's budget

Federal Conservative leader on Trudeau's budget

O’Toole decries federal tax
Open letter calls for referendum on Bill 64

Open letter calls for referendum on Bill 64

Liberal Leader Lamont says community school is foundational.
New books at the library

New books at the library

Fiction The Bridgerton Series by Julia Quinn.
Happy Easter, and why

Happy Easter, and why

Connecting the Dots