TIM HUDAK ONTARIO ELECTION

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Forcing Women to Remove Their Niqabs Is Just Another Kind of Oppression

Perhaps there is an element to which the Conservatives truly believe they are fighting a cultural and religious practice that they find repugnant. Even still, that seems far beyond the point, as has been stated many times by various commentators: a conservative man forcing a woman not to wear a niqab is effectively the same violation of her liberty as a conservative man forcing her to wear the niqab. What could be more Canadian than including someone's harmless religious practices in a citizenship ceremony, or really any other facet of public life?
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6 Things To Know About Tim Hudak

Tim Hudak has emerged as the main challenger to Kathleen Wynne and the governing Liberals in the 2014 Ontario election. Polls have been tight between the Progressive Conservatives (PCs) and the Liber...
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Size Matters When it Comes to Classroom Numbers, Hudak

Research in pedagogy shows that children learn much better in smaller classrooms. Tim Hudak, if elected, has promised to increase classroom sizes and the student-teacher ratios. The Ontario elections could very well be a vote on the learning outcomes for millions of school-going children. Tim Hudak, the leader of the Ontario's Progressive Conservatives, is campaigning to increase the classroom size by two to three students and the student-teacher ratio, in addition to numerous other proposed cuts to the Ontario's education system. This may require parents to learn more about learning before they vote on June 12.
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Key Ontario Ridings To Watch

As polls in the Ontario provincial election have yet to form a consensus on the state of the race, contests in a few ridings are worth watching for clues about which party will form the next governmen...