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The Unevolved Response to Gun Violence

The leaning on laws and more gun legislation has been a political crutch and kicking the debate around has been a political soccer ball, but do politicians really want to make the world safer?  894 more words

Catholic Education Week 2016

Opening the doors of mercy

The advance kit for Catholic Education Week is now on the OCSTA website. It contains prayer services for each month leading up to next May’s celebrations.

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Liturgy And Prayer

Opening Doors of Mercy – the main theme for 2015-2016 (Huron Superior CDSB)

Huron Superior CDSB has produced a resource that supports their theme for the year, “Opening the Doors of Mercy”. This is also the theme of Catholic Education Week for 2016.

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Catholic Education News

Gender Equality starts with the CEO!

The CEO is the most important person in an organisation when building gender equality. It is near impossible to move the organisation to gender equality and an inclusive culture if the CEO does not passionately want their organisation to change. 359 more words

Inequality

Taser Files: What happens to you when you're Tasered?

July 7, 2015 – Anna Mehler Paperny, Global News

The problem with assessing the effects of Tasers on the human body is that the kind of human bodies most likely to be tasered — people who are sick, stressed, drunk, high on drugs, experiencing a psychotic episode or emotional crisis or strenuous exertion — are both most likely to experience exacerbated health complications and impossible to ethically test for them. 823 more words

Mental Illness

Taser Files: What happens to you when you're Tasered?

WATCH ABOVE: What happens to you when you’re Tasered?

The problem with assessing the effects of Tasers on the human body is that the kind of human bodies most likely to be tasered — people who are sick, stressed, drunk, high on drugs, experiencing a psychotic episode or emotional crisis or strenuous exertion — are both most likely to experience exacerbated health complications and impossible to ethically test for them. 827 more words

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