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Public funding of private choice – schools

http://www.cbc.ca/beta/news/canada/saskatchewan/kent-donlevy-catholic-funding-1.4081444 Recently a Saskatchewan Court ruled against Catholic Schools holding a place for non-Catholic students attending and receiving public allowance. It’s complicated. There is historical traditions for Catholic School Boards but maybe it’s time Canada gave up subsidies for one … Continue reading

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Welcome to FFC

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Report cards- it is time to move forward

Report Cards Yeah BC! It’s Sunday evening and my dear wife’s report cards are complete. I’m not even commenting on the objective or method of assessment- only the logistics. It’s time to re-invent reporting.  After hours composing comments, entering data … Continue reading

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PADDLING THROUGH PARADISE FOR PEANUTS

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to paddle from the base of Glen Canyon Dam to Lees Ferry? Did you know for the price of a kayak rental and a backhaul, one can paddle this 16 mile … Continue reading

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19th C Philosopher muses about America – Trump era 2017

My post as an homage to Tocqueville… his insights were poignant wisdom. Almost prophetic. His words have been used by Neil Postman, academic and author who has posited that technology is not benign. See video. Today social media fake news, … Continue reading

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#wct2017 Interior Savings weekly update

Originally posted on Interior Savings Western Canada Basketball:
2017 Interior Savings Western Canada Basketball Tournament Press Release: download (PDF) pr-rel2-17 ONE(1) WEEK we can’t wait….Feb 2-4, 2017 at Kelowna Secondary School. 1079 Raymer Ave, Kelowna, BC. http://www.kss.sd23.bc.ca/ http://tinyurl.com/c3k4czu Kelowna Secondary…

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Let’s Get Focused!

Originally posted on Think, Ask & Reflect:
In his video Single -tasking is the New Multitasking, James Hamblin talks about how we as a society are: “developing an inability to focus because [we] never focus on things” – Hamblin Perhaps…

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