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The university argues that a loud, unruly, physically disruptive mob should be entitled to shut down campus events, as long as the mob is non-violent.
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You probably don't want to know.
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Censorship always stems from the same impulse: the authorities are firmly convinced they have the absolute truth, and are therefore entitled to suppress what they deem to be false. A recent display of this censorship impulse occurred at the University of Alberta Law Faculty.
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He told the women, "This is for you."
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Six Canadian schools are in the top 100 worldwide.
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"Hypocrisy is the homage vice pays to virtue," goes the old saying. At Canadian public universities, hypocrisy threatens to destroy one of higher education's most cherished and long-standing virtues: the free exchange of ideas.
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"I mean, people don't realize, but the name 'Sikh' actually means 'to learn.'"
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Discrimination still exists and the racist posters that surfaced across the University of Alberta campus this week were a reminder of that fact. The posters featured a picture of a Sikh man and disparaging captions targeting Sikh values. As a turban-wearing Sikh, the hatred and ignorance that motivates such material is very close to home for me and the broader Sikh community.
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The connected vehicles will be able to warn drivers of pedestrians.
Twelve of the posters were found on the Edmonton campus.
Hazardous smoke is a concern for the responders.
"More than 270 Albertans have died needlessly in fentanyl-related deaths."
And people say it tastes just like the real thing.