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Expert status less important than insightful context

I have no legal training or experience in the sex trade. No one would ever mistake me as a candidate for the corner office of a large corporation. I am not a celebrity and have never been pregnant. And yet … Continue reading

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Calgary Herald Editorial Page Analysis – More Women’s Opinions Needed

Readers often overlook the byline of a story indicating the writer’s name, and although reading an article without knowing who wrote it will still leave you informed, when it comes to commentary, bylines can provide insights into what kind of … Continue reading

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School mobilizes in response to Jamie Hubley’s suicide

Amy Johnson jokes that she has 5 kids at home, and 500 at work. An energetic mother and deeply committed high school principal in rural Ontario, she has also been a longtime advocate for gay youth. So when she read … Continue reading

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