Andrew Campbell, Teaching and Learning in a “Post-truth” World | Canadian Education Association (CEA)

One of the core tenets, perhaps the central belief of formal education, is that there is truth. Truth that can be learned, transferred and used to make decisions and solve problems. Source: Teaching and Learning in a “Post-truth” World | … Continue reading →

Canada’s racism problem? It’s even worse than America’s.

For a country so self-satisfied with its image of progressive tolerance, how is this not a national crisis? Source: Canada’s racism problem? It’s even worse than America’s. … Continue reading →

Globe: Time to look seriously at …. infrastructure

This article linked below argues for a Northern transportation corridor up into the arctic (Hudson’s bay around Churchill I presume). We need an upgrade and a rationalization of our transportation infrastructure. We need ways of funding it.  Here we can … Continue reading →