When a man is accused of shooting a neighbour, his family is asked to go to court

B.C. Supreme Court Justice Jennifer McLachlin has just ruled in favour of a man accused of a brutal assault on his neighbour.The family of a woman shot in the head last year at her apartment complex in Vancouver’s Burnaby neighbourhood is seeking damages of more than $1.8 million.Justice McLachline found the man, 29-year-old Brandon Vau, […]

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A review of Manitoba’s schools

The following report is based on a comprehensive, non-partisan review of the province’s public education system, conducted by a group of independent academics and education specialists. Included in this report are the results of an extensive assessment of the state of education in Manitoba, conducted in partnership with the National Centre for Education Research (NCER).The report’s […]

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How the Ontario Liberals plan to replace the province’s school system

Students and teachers are facing new and challenging challenges as the province grapples with a record $16 billion deficit.The Liberals’ new plan to cut spending and increase taxes on the most vulnerable in the public sector is being hailed as a breakthrough in a year of turmoil.But critics are calling the plan an empty promise […]

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