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ATM fees are discriminatory

If you’re as careful with your money as I am, you will choose to walk some distance to find your own bank’s ATM in order to avoid being charged fees just to access your own funds. However, there are days when the weather is horrible, or you don’t have time, or there are just no ATMs

I am not a clan member, just a white guy

The only people who would disagree that racial equality is a positive force and a worthy cause are awful, so it would be really cool if I wasn’t automatically grouped in with them because I happen to come from a coastal region in Scandinavia where humans have white skin.

Ban on gay blood donations is justified

Reluctantly, I have to agree with Madam Justice Catherine Aitken of the Superior Court of Ontario, who decided blood donations from gay men could be banned by Canadian Blood Services.

American Apparel: Fat chicks need not apply

Ah, corporate responsibility. If only all businesses had the kind of moral standards and respect for their employees which American Apparel does. But for all the good American Apparel has done in setting the precedent for ethical manufacturing and fair treatment of its employees, a bit of digging will reveal a hiring practice where prospective

Diversity is important to every culture

In the last week we have all watched while news of a small religious community in Florida has captured the world's attention. The plans of the Dove World Outreach Centre to burn copies of the Qur'an were met with surprise, outrage, condemnation and mockery.

White male for hire

Many public and private-sector Canadian bodies practice affirmative action, referred to officially as employment equity and also known as positive discrimination. But are quotas really bridging the gap between people and reducing discrimination against under-represented groups?

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