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Should the moral education of our children be up to parents or schools?

Today we talk about a campaign by a group of religious parents in Ontario to pull their kids out of classroom discussions that don’t fit with their particular beliefs, as well as Mayor Rob Ford’s struggle to balance his mayoral duties with his football coaching ones.

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