It may be an exercise in frustration, but Sally Sinclair is only too happy to be a part of it. Crouching with parents and youngsters in the so-called parenting room at the inner-city Dundas Public School in Toronto, Sinclair is doing her best to entice her 18-month-old son, Martin, to play with a small toy.By VICTOR DWYER6 min
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