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Oct 26, 2022
The materials claim, with little evidence, that Canadian schools are awash in right-wing extremism
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The Government of Saskatchewan is currently trying to purge its classrooms of something known as the Canadian Anti-Hate Network toolkit.
Developed using $268,400 in federal funds and actively promoted by the Trudeau government, the materials are pitched to teachers as a way to “prevent hate” in the classroom. But according to the Saskatchewan Ministry of Education, the 53-page package is a “not high quality” and loaded with political bias.
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