Premier hears about cockroaches, broken elevators

Tenants from the Thorncliffe Park neighbourhood gave Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne a rough ride Tuesday night during a town hall consultation at the Thorncliffe Park Public School.
The residents raised multiple complaints about their landlords and accused the provincial and municipal governments of not trying to bring the landlords under control

Sexual education: Leave your ancient thinking behind

As a society, we let our children drive cars at 16, let them go off to college or university at 17, vote at 18, drink at 19. Children are expected to grow up faster than ever. So why are some people so blind to the fact that this new curriculum is simply a reflection of the need to keep up with the maturity of our children?