Sunday February 21, 2016

Refugee arrival stories are too happy, the harm of French immersion, and who gets to decide who's a feminist?

Regina residents welcome the first group of government-sponsored Syrian refugees in the city, in December, 2015.

Regina residents welcome the first group of government-sponsored Syrian refugees in the city, in December, 2015. (Brian Rodgers/CBC)

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This week on The 180: journalist Kamal Al-Solaylee says we are over-playing the warm and fuzzy stories of Canadians welcoming refugees, teacher Andrew Campbell argues French immersion creates a de facto two-tiered education system, and writer Anna Leventhal says we need to rethink feminism.

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