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A comprehensive guide to the resources school curricula might be lacking.
In an increasingly polarized world, businesses are under pressure to declare their values like never before.
"Halifax is a weird city, it’s a diverse city but you don’t see Indigenous people."
It is incumbent on all of us — parents, teachers and children — to fully understand the dynamics of sexual exploitation.
"Giving kids information does not encourage poorer sexual health choices, but in fact empowers youth."
The existing consultation options aren't going to cut it.
A complete lesson plan is linked to less risky behaviour and more empowered choices.
The potential for regression is alive and real here in Canada.
They made their voices heard about their education.
High schoolers at 73 schools across the province will be ditching class to protest.