By Paul Tuns Last November, Toronto Catholic District School Board trustee Michael Del Grande offered a reductio ad absurdum motion to amend the board’s code of conduct to include sexual proclivities such as bestiality and vampirism, in response to the province’s pressure to add sexual orientation, gender identity, and family status to the list of protected classes in the board’s code of […]

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