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Guests enter the Wizarding World of Harry Potter in Orlando, Fla., during the theme park’s opening in 2010. École secondaire Neelin High School student Rashmini Shunmugam visited the park over the Christmas holiday and said he experienced “some of the best moments” in his life.

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Guests enter the Wizarding World of Harry Potter in Orlando, Fla., during the theme park’s opening in 2010. École secondaire Neelin High School student Rashmini Shunmugam visited the park over the Christmas holiday and said he experienced “some of the best moments” in his life.

Small World -- Growing gap in wealth and power worries world leaders

At this time of year, annually, world political, financial and business leaders meet at the resort town of Davos, Switzerland, to discuss the state of the planet. It has come at an interesting time as U.S. President Barack Obama, in his State of the Union address last week, indicated that ...

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  • Guests enter the Wizarding World of Harry Potter in Orlando, Fla., during the theme park’s opening in 2010. École secondaire Neelin High School student Rashmini Shunmugam visited the park over the Christmas holiday and said he experienced “some of the best moments” in his life.

    Neelin Views -- Harry Potter theme park a magical adventure

    This past Christmas holiday I had the opportunity to experience and live in one of my dream worlds for three days.

  • Guest columnist -- What exactly is the Law of Intentionality?

    I was listening to a podcast with John Maxwell, an American author, speaker and pastor who has written many books, primarily focusing on leadership. During the podcast, he talked about the Law of Intentionality.

  • Global viewpoint -- Handwriting still an important skill

    Many progressive educators believe that handwriting is obsolete in the 21st century. It isn’t hard to see how they came to this conclusion. Computers are everywhere and an increasing number of schools expect students, even those in Grade 1, to do their work on handheld tablets. So why bother teaching students how to handwrite?

  • National viewpoint -- Alberta has no reason to panic … yet

    A dramatic fall in oil prices, predicted to reduce Alberta government resource revenues by $7 billion — a drop of at least 16 per cent — has generated intense speculation regarding public expenditure cuts, tax changes and, of course, the introduction of a general sales tax.

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