In a game called Tomber à l'eau, the students split into pairs and test the waters on their knowledge of French pronouns. A member from each team is blindfolded several steps away from the pool. There they must successfully use the pronouns given to them by their teammate in a sentence. Any incorrect answers result in the student taking a ...
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As six unsolved cases of sexual assault continue to cast a shadow over the University of British Columbia, the school has created a program to educate students about consent. Two-thirds of Canadians don't understand the concept of consent, said Janet Mee, the director of access and diversity at UBC. "Consent is more than no means no. It's maybe means no. ...
This special report from The National presents a snapshot of the pressures high school students face upon graduation. As they move into the great unknown of the outside world, they worry about their marks measuring up, paying for post-secondary education and being on their own. The first half of the report zeroes in on the difficult and grown-up choices three ...
If you've ever tried learning a new language, you know how hard it is just to get the basics down, never mind holding a real conversation. A group of Toronto researchers is trying to change that by using a smartphone application with artificial intelligence that can even understand bad accents.
Writer Bee Quammie delves into Black History Month in Canada: "There is no benefit to treating black history like something that goes stale by March 1st, because Black Canadian history is Canadian history."