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Featured Video Close More Video Two Toronto trustees want Ontario to make sure new teacher hiring rules don't threaten the growing diversity among teachers by making it hard to hire the rookies who are more likely to come from varied backgrounds.
Story The same is true for other major institutions such as banks or the police force...And once again, the media is there as a watchdog to question and challenge the authorities...Ultimately it is you, the reader, who decides if an organization is
Comments Save to mystar Employers and professional regulators who require Canadian experience from newcomers when they apply for a job or accreditation could run afoul of Ontario's Human Rights Code. Monday launched a new policy directive denouncing
One judge suggested barring niqabs would effectively bar some women from the justice system. Two other judges felt niqabs should simply be banned in court. But the majority, in the best Canadian tradition, found a balance: Clashes between rights
According to Rushton's research, Asians have the biggest brains, the smallest genitals and the least testosterone. Hence, they have the highest IQ scores and the least promiscuity. Blacks, he says, have the smallest brains, the biggest genitals and
Story The bill seems to have been folded into deeper concerns real or unfounded about school curriculum. Understanding why requires some historical context so that a clear distinction can be made between the objections raised by these parents and the
A Grimsby, Ont., couple who want to have a book on atheism distributed to students attending the District School Board of Niagara will have the chance to make their case before an Ontario Human Rights Tribunal. Rene and Anna Chouinard, who have three
This follows a human rights complaint by Ottawa resident Chad Aiken, who was pulled over in his mothers Mercedes-Benz in 2005. Aiken was 18 at the time, and alleged he was stopped because he was African-Canadian. The settlement allows the Ottawa
Leonard Braithwaite is sworn in as a member of the Ontario Legislature for Etobicoke, a new suburban Toronto riding, in November 1963. Globe and Mail Update Published Friday, Apr. 20, 2012 10:02PM EDT Last updated Friday, Apr. 20, 2012 10:06PM EDT In
Tuesday October 11, 2011 Good day, From time to time I read the Jamaican newspapers and I have seen your column answering people's questions. I am writing with the hope that you can answer some questions regarding immigrating to Ontario, Canada.