Education

  • Immigration fuelling French-immersion demand as provinces vi...
    Back-to-school buzz only led to worry for a Vancouver father fretting about his daughter’s chances of getting into French immersion — a year before she starts kindergarten. Prokopi Klimos said hearing about parents having to put their kids’ names on long wait lists at many schools has him concerned about… ... more
    Vancouversun -Edu1 week ago
  • Parents warned after Sunshine Coast school fields littered w...
    The Sunshine Coast school district warned parents on the first day of school Tuesday not to allow their children or pets on seven school fields littered with shards of plastic, ceramics and glass. A layer of contaminated compost was recently applied to fields at Madeira Park, Halfmoon Bay, West Sechelt, the… ... more
    Vancouversun -Edu2 weeks ago
  • Rob Fleming: Back to school gives all students opportunities...
    As we get our kids ready for the school year ahead — adjusting to changing schedules and new routines — I’m filled with optimism. Premier John Horgan has made it a priority to quickly make a number of positive changes in B.C. schools, recognizing no investment is more important than… ... more
    Vancouversun -Edu2 weeks ago
  • B.C. students learning for ’real life’ but teachers say ...
    Waking up for school won’t be the only reality facing British Columbia students entering their senior high school years as ongoing curriculum changes aimed at connecting them to real-life decision making are further implemented. The Education Ministry says the curriculum overhaul, which was implemented for kindergarten to Grade 9 students… ... more
    Vancouversun -Edu2 weeks ago
  • School start delayed for kids and teachers in fire evacuatio...
    The wildfire evacuation has been an adventure for Ginger Moyah’s two children. Camped out at a Burns Lake church, they’ve “had a blast” riding bikes with other evacuated kids, including their cousins. “It’s like a big family reunion,” she said. But from time to time, reality intrudes. Like when one… ... more
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  • School start delayed for kids and teachers in fire evacuatio...
    The wildfire evacuation has been an adventure for Ginger Moyah’s two children. Camped out at a Burns Lake church, they’ve “had a blast” riding bikes with other evacuated kids, including their cousins. “It’s like a big family reunion,” she said. But from time to time, reality intrudes. Like when one… ... more
    Vancouversun -Edu2 weeks ago
  • School start delayed in for kids, teachers in fire evacuatio...
    The wildfire evacuation has been an adventure for Ginger Moyah’s two children. Camped out at a Burns Lake church, they’ve “had a blast” riding bikes with other evacuated kids, including their cousins. “It’s like a big family reunion,” she said. But from time to time, reality intrudes. Like when one… ... more
    Vancouversun -Edu3 weeks ago
  • TransLink launches new mobility grant program for academics
    TransLink has launched a program that will give grants to academics looking to conduct research projects related to new mobility. “It’s about trying to establish a better, more formal and ongoing working relationship with our partners in academia, at the universities especially across British Columbia,â€� said Andrew McCurran, TransLink’s director… ... more
    Vancouversun -Edu3 weeks ago
  • Students are heading back to class, but is the B.C. school s...
    VICTORIA — Parents looking for dramatic change in B.C.’s school system this year may instead find progress being made more slowly than expected on the promises of lower class sizes, more teachers, better equipment and fewer portables. Teachers, school boards and the provincial government say they’ve made big strides toward… ... more
    Vancouversun -Edu3 weeks ago
  • Class is in session: What to expect this school year in B.C.
    VICTORIA — Parents looking for dramatic change in B.C.’s school system this year may instead find progress being made more slowly than expected on the promises of lower class sizes, more teachers, better equipment and fewer portables. Teachers, school boards and the provincial government say they’ve made big strides toward… ... more
    Vancouversun -Edu3 weeks ago
  • New school projects will be announced for Surrey this year: ...
    Seven thousand Surrey students will attend classes in portables this September, but the education minister said Thursday that could soon change — hinting at significant new school construction projects to be announced during the 2018-19 school year. “We hope we can build more schools more quickly, and I expect we… ... more
    Vancouversun -Edu3 weeks ago
  • Grade advice: Top B.C. high-school grads share secrets to su...
    We turned to some of B.C.’s top high school students to share their tried and true approaches to maintaining great grades. Here’s what these Class of 2018 standouts had to say: Aysha Emmerson 17, St. Michael’s University School in Victoria, Harvard University In recent years, neighbours came to the Emmerson family home… ... more
    Vancouversun -Edu3 weeks ago
  • 1,000 SFU students in residence get a grand old welcome
    Mazvita Mugova, just 19, arrived from Zimbabwe with one of her favourite teddy bears. After the first-year Simon Fraser University computer science student gets settled in her residence room, mother Memory Mugova plans to take her to Wal-Mart to pick up a few more. “So she can cuddle them and… ... more
    Vancouversun -Edu3 weeks ago
  • By the numbers: Back to school in B.C.
    Headed back to school this fall? Here’s a few quick figures on education in B.C. There are 1,566 public schools in B.C. There are 1,566 public schools and 360 independent schools in B.C. During the upcoming 2018-19 school year, it’s estimated there will be a total of 538,821 students in… ... more
    Vancouversun -Edu3 weeks ago
  • Portables increase for new school year in Surrey, despite ND...
    VICTORIA — The number of portable classrooms at Surrey schools will increase this year, despite a popular election promise by the NDP government to eliminate them by building new schools. Continued rising enrolment is pushing the Surrey school district to add 14 new portables, even as a new high school… ... more
    Vancouversun -Edu4 weeks ago
  • Editorial: Prof pays price for exposing questionable researc...
    The origin of the expression “publish or perish” is uncertain as researchers have claimed first-references to it in journals from 1927, 1938 and 1942. But it was Marshall McLuhan who wrote of it most scathingly in a note to Ezra Pound in 1951 when, using Pound’s descriptor for universities as… ... more
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  • Classical music: Kessler Academy delivers innovation, qualit...
    The Kessler Academy String Orchestra When: Aug. 30, 7:30 p.m. Where: Pyatt Hall Tickets: $10-$29, at musiconmain.ca Music education programs are an intrinsic, if occasionally overlooked, part of the summer months, with choices ranging from grand programs like the VSO’s Orchestral Institute at Whistler to a number of small-scale… ... more
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  • Trinity Western University’s community covenant no lon...
    Trinity Western University will no longer require its students to sign a controversial community covenant that includes abstinence from sex outside of heterosexual marriage. The covenant has been blocking the university’s bid for accreditation of a long-proposed law school. Last week, the Langley school’s board of governors voted to remove the… ... more
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  • B.C. government urged to investigate Kamloops professor̵...
    A B.C. academic has called on the provincial government to force the president of Thompson Rivers University to answer questions about the suspension of an economics professor over his paper exposing fake scholarly journals. But the minister responsible for universities said the province is required by law to not interfere… ... more
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  • Douglas Todd: B.C. economist in grim battle against deceptiv...
    We’ve all heard about fake news. Now we have deceptive scholarship. A determined B.C. economics professor has journeyed into the heart of a dark world where academics seeking to advance their careers have had hundreds of thousands of their articles published for a fee in journals that either deserve suspicion… ... more
    Vancouversun -Edu1 month ago
  • ‘Right in your backyard’: Ancient B.C. Indigenou...
    NORTH COWICHAN — Near the foot of sacred Mount Prevost where Indigenous people say their ancestors first landed on earth lays buried a 2,000-year-old settlement with archeological evidence of ancient tools, homes, hearths and grave sites. The Ye’yumnuts village near Duncan, is about to become a living Indigenous history lesson… ... more
    Vancouversun -Edu2 months ago
  • Recovery high schools could help teens before addiction take...
    Parents whose children started using drugs as teens and struggled through addiction to the point of fatally overdosing say recovery high schools that provide professional support for students could save lives. Their calls for change are being supported by the B.C. Centre on Substance Use, the Canadian Mental Health Association… ... more
    Vancouversun -Edu2 months ago
  • Ken Clement resigns from Vancouver school board
    The Vancouver Board of Education will be one trustee short in its final weeks ahead of this fall’s municipal election. Vision Vancouver trustee Ken Clement has resigned his position for “personal reasons,” the board announced Monday. Last week, Clement had withdrawn as a candidate for school board trustee in this… ... more
    Vancouversun -Edu2 months ago
  • TransLink ‘open to starting dialogue’ on free tr...
    Metro Vancouver’s transit authority is open to the idea of offering free public transportation for the region’s children and youths. However, TransLink would first need to find a way to recover the millions of dollars that would be lost in annual fare revenue if such an initiative were undertaken. “Transit… ... more
    Vancouversun -Edu3 months ago
  • TransLink ‘open to starting dialogue’ on free tr...
    Metro Vancouver’s transit authority is open to the idea of offering free public transportation for the region’s children and youths. However, TransLink would first need to find a way to recover the millions of dollars that would be lost in annual fare revenue if such an initiative were undertaken. “Transit… ... more
    Vancouversun -Edu3 months ago
  • B.C. schools still struggling to find teachers, assistants d...
    Wearing matching bright-pink T-shirts, more than 40 parents of special needs students packed a recent Surrey school board meeting to demand better services to support their vulnerable children in class. “The shirts just brought everybody together. … It was a show of strength and unity,” said Nicole Kaler, whose 17-year-old daughter Maya… ... more
    Vancouversun -Edu3 months ago
  • B.C. schools still struggling to find teachers, assistants d...
    Wearing matching bright-pink T-shirts, more than 40 parents of special needs students packed a recent Surrey school board meeting to demand better services to support their vulnerable children in class. “The shirts just brought everybody together. … It was a show of strength and unity,” said Nicole Kaler, whose 17-year-old daughter Maya… ... more
    Vancouversun -Edu3 months ago
  • Point Grey Secondary grads compare notes 50 years apart
    As Point Grey Secondary School’s 2018 Grade 12 grads gathered to say farewell and celebrate their achievements on Friday, members of the graduating class of 1968 took time out to visit them ahead of their own 50th reunion party. “We’re going to the school … to spend some time with… ... more
    Vancouversun -Edu3 months ago
  • Point Grey Secondary grads compare notes 50 years apart
    As Point Grey Secondary School’s 2018 Grade 12 grads gathered to say farewell and celebrate their achievements on Friday, members of the graduating class of 1968 took time out to visit them ahead of their own 50th reunion party. “We’re going to the school … to spend some time with… ... more
    Vancouversun -Edu3 months ago
  • Eric Hamber students to get new seismically safe school in 2...
    Students at Vancouver’s Eric Hamber Secondary are getting a new school. The Ministry of Education announced Tuesday it will spend $79.3 million to replace the existing westside school in what it called the largest seismic project in Vancouver’s history. The 56-year-old building near Oak and 33rd Avenue has been deemed… ... more
    Vancouversun -Edu3 months ago
  • Eric Hamber students to get new seismically safe school in 2...
    Students at Vancouver’s Eric Hamber Secondary are getting a new school. The Ministry of Education announced Tuesday it will spend $79.3 million to replace the existing westside school in what it called the largest seismic project in Vancouver’s history. The 56-year-old building near Oak and 33rd Avenue has been deemed… ... more
    Vancouversun -Edu3 months ago
  • Funding gap may mean no summer camp for deaf students with s...
    All Keira Ratzlaff wants to do this summer is go to a unique camp with other deaf youngsters. But if the Family Network for Deaf Children doesn’t find another $30,000, special needs children such as Ratzlaff may not get a chance to spend time with other deaf youths on Hornby… ... more
    Vancouversun -Edu3 months ago
  • Funding gap may mean no summer camp for deaf students with s...
    All Keira Ratzlaff wants to do this summer is go to a unique camp with other deaf youngsters. But if the Family Network for Deaf Children doesn’t find another $30,000, special needs children such as Ratzlaff may not get a chance to spend time with other deaf youths on Hornby… ... more
    Vancouversun -Edu3 months ago
  • Navigating school without parents, former B.C. foster kids g...
    Youth who age out of government care often struggle to complete education or find jobs because of a lack of family support, but three provincial announcements this week may make the difficult transition into adulthood a little easier. On Monday, the tuition-waiver program — which allows former youth in care… ... more
    Vancouversun -Edu3 months ago
  • Navigating school without parents, former B.C. foster kids g...
    Youth who age out of government care often struggle to complete education or find jobs because of a lack of family support, but three provincial announcements this week may make the difficult transition into adulthood a little easier. On Monday, the tuition-waiver program — which allows former youth in care… ... more
    Vancouversun -Edu3 months ago
  • Union files grievance over public school teacher shortage in...
    British Columbia’s teachers’ union has filed a grievance over a shortage of educators in the province. B.C. Teachers’ Federation president Glen Hansman said Friday the ongoing shortfall of teachers and specialists has been a problem all year and threatens to cause significant disruptions in September. A Supreme Court of Canada… ... more
    Vancouversun -Edu4 months ago
  • Union files grievance over public school teacher shortage in...
    British Columbia’s teachers’ union has filed a grievance over a shortage of educators in the province. B.C. Teachers’ Federation president Glen Hansman said Friday the ongoing shortfall of teachers and specialists has been a problem all year and threatens to cause significant disruptions in September. A Supreme Court of Canada… ... more
    Vancouversun -Edu4 months ago
  • B.C.’s child welfare system has failed youth who age o...
    The B.C. Coroners Service has investigated the deaths of 200 youth who died over a six-year period, just before or after aging out of the government’s foster care system into an uncertain future with little emotional or financial support. “These young people leaving government care died at five times… ... more
    Vancouversun -Edu4 months ago
  • B.C.’s child welfare system has failed youth who age o...
    The B.C. Coroners Service has investigated the deaths of 200 youth who died over a six-year period, just before or after aging out of the government’s foster care system into an uncertain future with little emotional or financial support. “These young people leaving government care died at five times… ... more
    Vancouversun -Edu4 months ago
  • Election hopefuls propose using Vancouver school board prope...
    The San Francisco story of a high-school teacher making US$65,000 a year who lost her home to foreclosure sent a gasp through The Bay Area that is suffering from a housing crisis in which the gap between essential-workers’ incomes and the affordability of shelter has long been widening. The moment… ... more
    Vancouversun -Edu4 months ago
  • Election hopefuls propose using Vancouver school board prope...
    The San Francisco story of a high-school teacher making US$65,000 a year who lost her home to foreclosure sent a gasp through The Bay Area that is suffering from a housing crisis in which the gap between essential-workers’ incomes and the affordability of shelter has long been widening. The moment… ... more
    Vancouversun -Edu4 months ago
  • Proposed Vancouver school boundary changes upset parents
    Since moving to Yaletown five years ago, Shirley Anthony has pictured her daughters attending the elementary school a block from their home. But a boundary change proposed by the Vancouver school board now has the mother of two picturing an entirely different scenario: A 20-minute drive through heavy traffic to… ... more
    Vancouversun -Edu4 months ago
  • Proposed Vancouver school boundary changes upset parents
    Since moving to Yaletown five years ago, Shirley Anthony has pictured her daughters attending the elementary school a block from their home. But a boundary change proposed by the Vancouver school board now has the mother of two picturing an entirely different scenario: A 20-minute drive through heavy traffic to… ... more
    Vancouversun -Edu4 months ago
  • Cloverdale Rodeo gets charity calendar
    The Cloverdale Rodeo Youth Initiative Foundation is putting out a fundraising calendar. The charity is connected with the popular rodeo and fair, which runs this weekend.  Laura Ballance, who runs a well-known public relations firm, said the calendar is meant to capture “the spirit of humanity” that can be found… ... more
    Vancouversun -Edu4 months ago
  • Douglas Todd: If your child talks about being a different ge...
    The public debate over children who want to become a different gender is highly polarized and politicized. In the midst of it parents are struggling. B.C. and Ontario now have public school programs advocating full acceptance of people who might be lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender. But that doesn’t mean… ... more
    Vancouversun -Edu5 months ago
  • Know a teacher who deserves an A+? Nominate them for a Premi...
    Instead of an apple, how about nominating your teacher for a new B.C.-wide award of excellence? Nominations are now open for the newly established Premier’s Awards for Excellence in Education, which acknowledge educators who go above and beyond. (Though if we’re being frank, that’s the majority of all teachers.) “B.C.’s… ... more
    Vancouversun -Edu5 months ago
  • Kits at 100: The school at the heart of a neighbourhood in c...
    Theresa Cotton scrolls, transfixed, through a scrapbook of 1940s newspaper clippings about her school. “It’s weird to think it actually happened right here,” said the Grade 12 Kitsilano Secondary student. “In this school, on these grounds, in this neighbourhood.”  “It’s history you can really connect to,” said her friend Sam… ... more
    Vancouversun -Edu5 months ago
  • High school ‘robot athletes’ compete at BCIT in ...
    “Like Meccano, with motors and brains” — that’s BCIT instructor Jason Brett describing the two robots competing on a field in front of him. Built and programmed using VEX technology by teams of high school students, the robots are attempting to stack coloured cones and move goals over obstacles to… ... more
    Vancouversun -Edu5 months ago
  • North Van school trustees addressing bullying and sexual har...
    School trustees in North Vancouver have promised to play nice with each other following a damning consultant’s report that investigated claims of bullying, sexual harassment and absenteeism among the seven-member board. In February, the provincial education ministry asked consultant Lee Southern to look into the claims, and he concluded in… ... more
    Vancouversun -Edu6 months ago
  • Gordon Gibson: ‘School tax’ is confiscatory weal...
    Traditionally, finance ministers buy new shoes before a budget. Carole James ordered army boots. The first boot was called the “speculation tax.” Wrong words. It is a frontal attack on private property, hitting foreigners and Canadians equally. There is so much dust in the air that the outcome is unclear… ... more
    Vancouversun -Edu6 months ago
  • Michael Zwaagstra: Reading comprehension depends on content ...
    Walk into an elementary-school classroom and you’ll probably see a lot of books on the shelf. Take a closer look and you’ll often find a coloured dot, a number or a letter on each book’s spine. Those dots, numbers and letters show the reading level of each book. Books are… ... more
    Vancouversun -Edu6 months ago
  • Puck and pop stars face off at Juno Cup for school music cha...
    There are musical scores, there’s he-shoots-he-scores and the two of them — musicians and hockey players — mingle more than you might think. You only have to listen to The Tragically Hip sing about Bill Barilko and Bobby Orr, watch D.O.A.’s Takin’ Care of Business, or Stompin’ Tom Connors sing… ... more
    Vancouversun -Edu6 months ago
  • Two New Westminster schools to receive seismic upgrading
    The B.C. government says two schools at a high risk for earthquake damage in New Westminster will undergo seismic upgrades. Construction on Richard McBride and Lord Tweedsmuir is scheduled to begin this summer, and expected to be complete in fall 2020. The New Westminster school Ddistrict already has replaced seismic high-risk John… ... more
    Vancouversun -Edu6 months ago
  • Vancouver teacher suspended after distributing class materia...
    A teacher at an elementary school in Vancouver has been suspended while an investigation is underway into why the N-word was used in class material. The Vancouver School Board is not identifying the teacher pending the investigation results, but confirms a teacher at Trafalgar Elementary distributed worksheets to students with… ... more
    Vancouversun -Edu7 months ago
  • Douglas Todd: Who are the most educated in Canada? People of...
    Canadians of colour and children of immigrants tend to be far more educated than Canadian whites and aboriginals, according to two studies. “Canada’s white males are the least likely to hold university degrees in the knowledge economy,â€� says a report by Jack Jedwab, president of the Canadian Institute for Identities… ... more
    Vancouversun -Edu7 months ago
  • Four Metro Vancouver students nominated for Loran Scholars A...
    Four Metro Vancouver teenagers are among 88 national finalists for university scholarships awarded on the basis of marks, service to the community, and leadership. Grade 12 students Nika Asgari, Nerissa Kassis, Julian Miller and Nick Murray made the shortlist from 5,023 applications for the Loran Scholars Foundation award, considered one… ... more
    Vancouversun -Edu8 months ago
  • B.C. education minister, Chilliwack school board, call on Ba...
    The Chilliwack school board and B.C.’s education minister called on trustee Barry Neufeld to resign Friday over controversial “child abuse” remarks about transgender students. The move follows a motion of non-confidence in the board, passed earlier this week by the Chilliwack Teachers’ Association. Evelyn Novak, the Chilliwack superintendent of schools,… ... more
    Vancouversun -Edu8 months ago
  • Chilliwack teachers say education board has created ‘t...
    Chilliwack teachers are taking a stand against the district’s school trustees who oppose the province’s gender identity and sexual orientation curriculum, saying they have created a toxic work environment. At a meeting Tuesday, the Chilliwack Teachers’ Association passed a motion of non-confidence against the Chilliwack Board of Education after controversial comments… ... more
    Vancouversun -Edu8 months ago
  • Opinion: Teachers must expose students to more than one pers...
    There’s a fine line between teaching and brainwashing. Teaching informs students about the world around them and helps them become critical thinkers. In contrast, brainwashing provides students with heavily skewed information that leads to one predetermined conclusion. It’s easy to mix these two things up if we aren’t careful. People… ... more
    Vancouversun -Edu8 months ago
  • Douglas Todd: Five ways to protect free speech on campuses, ...
    Few issues more divide North American campuses than free expression. And conflict over it has further divided the right against the left. More exceptionally, free speech is also pitting the left against the left. How did North America get to this place, which has weakened progressive voices and allowed the… ... more
    Vancouversun -Edu8 months ago
  • Vancouver gym teacher suspended after student passes out fro...
    A Vancouver high school teacher has been suspended after he put a 15-year-old girl in a headlock in gym class and she passed out. On May 15, Weldon Cheung asked a female student in his Grade 10 physical education class to demonstrate a type of curl-up, according to an agreed… ... more
    Vancouversun -Edu8 months ago
  • Province seeking feedback on sexual violence policies at loc...
    The B.C. government wants students, faculty and staff to chime in on their post-secondary school’s sexual-violence policies. “Campuses must be safe places for learning and working,” said Melanie Mark, Minister of Advanced Education, Skills and Training. “We want to raise awareness about sexual-violence policies at B.C.’s public, post-secondary institutions, find… ... more
    Vancouversun -Edu8 months ago
  • Teen creating app, summer camp to revive B.C. First Nations ...
    A 15-year-old high school student is turning to technology to help address a decades-old problem — how to revive an Indigenous language nearly lost to the residential school system. Tessa Erickson Tessa Erickson of the Nak’azdli Whut’en First Nation near Fort St. James is creating an app and organizing a… ... more
    Vancouversun -Edu9 months ago
  • Court dismisses complaint about ‘Mickey Mouse’ c...
    An ex-Douglas College student’s court case against the New Westminster school over what she said was misleading information about the certificate she was promised has been dismissed. The lawsuit was filed by Agnes Tong in New Westminster small claims court, complaining an Aboriginal studies course got her a “Mickey Mouse”… ... more
    Vancouversun -Edu9 months ago
  • Letters to the Editor, Dec. 19
    POPE WAYNE One of my classmates in Mr. Scott’s Grade 8 class at Briar Hill Public School beat Pope Francis to the punch back in 1963. Wayne, who sat at the desk in front of me, loved to… ... more
    Torontosun -Edu9 months ago
  • Decade-by-decade look at NHL in Toronto’s first 100 years
    The largest shadow in Toronto is not cast by the CN Tower, but the hockey team that plays nearby. A hundred years into team history, the city has changed dramatically, while its bond with the Maple Leafs has not. “I don’t think Canadian hockey would be anywhere near what it… ... more
    Torontosun -Edu9 months ago
  • NFL suspends Panthers’ Davis for goonish hit
    The NFL on Monday suspended Carolina linebacker Thomas Davis for two games without pay, for his goonish hit from behind to the head of defenceless Green Bay receiver Davante Adams. Davis showed immediate remorse for his action Sunday after an interception in the Panthers’ 31-24 victory. Davis can appeal the… ... more
    Torontosun -Edu9 months ago
  • Leafs Locker: Early start no biggie for Andersen
    A 2 p.m. home game will take some getting used to for Frederik Andersen. It will be the goaltender’s first early start at the ACC since coming from the Anaheim Ducks a couple of years ago. “We used to have a lot of 5 p.m. games there on Sundays,â€� Andersen… ... more
    Torontosun -Edu9 months ago
  • Canada’s prince and princess of pot — Marc and Jodi...
    TORONTO — A police investigation into marijuana operations of Canada’s self-proclaimed Prince and Princess of Pot offers a glimpse into the economics of the booming illegal storefront operations selling cannabis products. Jodie and Marc Emery pleaded guilty Monday to a number of drug-related charges related to what the Crown called… ... more
    Torontosun -Edu9 months ago
  • Kryk Slants: Counter-intuitive, hated catch rule clobbers us...
    OPENING KICKOFF For starters: Perspective on the big news The Oxford Dictionary defines the verb catch, in the applicable sporting sense, simply as to “capture … in hands, etc.â€� The NFL’s definition is considerably more verbose. And complicated. And hated. Today maybe more than ever. “Completing the catch to the… ... more
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