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With just days to go before the scheduled start of the school year, a meeting between B.C. Education Minister Peter Fassbender and teachers' union president Jim Iker has failed to settle their long-running contract dispute.
Peter MacKay poses in pro-gun 'No Compromise' T-shirt
Justice Minister Peter MacKay says he was showing support for an Afghan veteran when he posed for a photo at a Conservative Party event wearing a T-shirt bearing the logo of a pro-gun lobby group.
Analysis The '10,000-hour' rule revisited: Why practice may not make perfect
When author Malcolm Gladwell proposed that practising a certain task for around 10,000 hours can lead to success, he gave hope wannabe Bill Gateses and Tiger Woodses, and dashed the dreams of millions of slackers. But a new study might give the terminally lazy some hope.
Knee defender controversy: Is it time for reclining airline seats to go?
A device called the "Knee Defender" that allows airline passengers to stop the people in front of them from reclining back in their seats has stirred a debate about in-flight etiquette.
Updated Arizona shooting range reviews policy after 9-year-old kills gun instructor video audio
The accidental shooting death of a gun-range instructor by a nine-year-old girl with an Uzi has set off a powerful debate over youngsters and guns, with many people wondering what sort of parents would let a child handle a submachine gun.

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