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Judge rules transgender woman’s charter rights breached by Alberta law: In a landmark decision released Tuesday, an Alberta judge has struck down sections of a provincial law requiring proof of surgery before a transgender person’s birth certificate can be changed to accurately reflect their sex. The case was brought by a 23-year-old transgender woman referred to onl...
Gas prices spike earlier than usual: Along with the arrival of the Easter Bunny comes at least two other Canadian rites of spring: the Maple Leafs missing the playoffs and a spike in gas prices. Pain was common at the pumps Wednesday as drivers awoke to sticker shock across the country. In Montreal, the price for a litre of unleaded...
Health officials confirm fourth measles case in Edmonton region: A fourth case of measles has been identified in the Edmonton area.
Manitoba Education Minister takes a swipe at Alberta’s “not as successful” math curriclum: The Great Canadian Math Debate, Pt 37: Manitoba shows Alberta and Ontario the way to recovery … More than a year ago, the Manitoba government dumped major elements of the discovery/inquiry elementary math curriculum that it had  developed and shared with Alberta. Now Manitoba’s Education Minister...
Want your child to master math? Repetitive practice is the best way, even if it’s no longer the Alberta way: If it wasn’t entirely clear before that Progressive Conservative education ministers like Dave Hancock and now Jeff Johnson made a mistake in altering and promoting the province’s discovery/inquiry math curriculum, a new book co-authored by educational expert John Hattie drives  home this point. ...
Does Education Minister Jeff Johnson know what his revolutionary education consultants and top bureaucrats are planning for Alberta schools?: The Great Alberta Curriculum Debate, Pt 21: Johnson denies Alberta moving towards a system were students are “self directed.” But deputy minister Bass has pronounced our schools will have a “vision of embracing student autonomy as sacrosanct.” Just what is the Alberta government up to with its re...
Learning how to set limits the hard way| By Emerson Csorba: Over the last four months, since becoming a full-blown entrepreneur, I can probably count on two hands the number of times I’ve had more than seven hours of
The active and admirable life: What is your ask? | By Emerson Csorba: About one year ago, while sitting down with a friend over coffee at Credo, I learned about the term “impostor syndrome,” which takes place when individuals wonder “Why
Media Monday Edmonton: Update #109: Here’s my latest update on local media stuff: The Edmonton Oilers aren’t the only local sports team making deals with Rogers Media: FC Edmonton has also signed a partnership agreement with Rogers to have 13 of 14 home games broadcast on Citytv Edmonton and 101.7 World FM. Here’s a wrap-up on the...
Why does the University of Alberta want to be part of the Galleria project?: “The University has long desired to establish a significant campus in downtown Edmonton.” That’s the first thing the Edmonton Downtown Academic and Cultural Centre (Galleria) business case from April 2013 identifies under opportunities and benefits for the University of Alberta. It sounds plausib...
A disappointing day for Alberta: Everything that is wrong about Alberta Politics was on display today as the Premier fought off more internal party fighting and her Deputy Premier Dave Hancock, was left to be a spokesperson for. In many ways I admire how hard-working and loyal Minister Hancock is to his party, constituency and l...
The Tale of Two Leaders: Today served me a reminder of what leadership should look like. I have an ideal for leaders. It revolves around three key standards I personally wish to be judged on, and frankly for which I hope our Edmonton Mayor Don Iveson and our Premier Allison Redford to subscribe to. Leaders should be: Hum...

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