Plus the impulsive society, the myth behind a wildly successful meat business, Michael Crummey returns to Newfoundland, and an eccentric history of popBy BRIAN BETHUNE, NANCY MACDONALD, PETER SHAWN TAYLOR, MICHAEL BARCLAY9 min
The B.C. government’s tactic of paying some parents for every day their children are not at school, should the teachers’ strike continue, may be revolutionary, as claimed (The Editorial, Aug. 18)—but helpful? Perhaps not so much. The $40 per day for each child under the age of 13 won’t be paid until after the strike has ended.
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