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There is really just one reason for the ongoing controversy over the Foundation Skills Assessment (FSA). It is that the teachers’ union is opposed to the use--by any organization or individual--of any school-level student assessment results to publicly rate schools. My reading of the 13-year history of the FSA and the public statements and actions of union officials during this period supports this suggestion.

Giving a lasting legacy

The shocking story of 100 sled dogs being shot execution-style after the Olympic Games in Whistler last year is attracting world-wide attention.

No 2011 deadline

Editor:

NDP in trouble?

Editor:

Sled dog shock goes deeper

The shocking story of 100 sled dogs being shot execution-style after the Olympic Games in Whistler last year is attracting world-wide attention.

We are more than ready for the sun

Unfortunately even though the warm temperature feels like it, it’s too early for Spring.

There are better ways

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Dark days and pention mention

Taking a shower at midnight?

A thank you for time served

As most of you already know from last week’s edition of the Houston Today, Dr. Peter Morry will be leaving his family practice in the end of February to return home to his family in Newfoundland.
B.C. goes backwards on education

B.C. goes backwards on education