English Speaking Canadians React to Frosh Week Chants: No Mere “Harmless Fun”: Chants Are Outrageous, Should Not Be Tolerated by the Universities and Students Involved Should be Punished and Made to Take Sensitivity Training

Friday, October 04, 2013

Toronto, ON – According to a new poll conducted by Ipsos Reid on behalf of CTV News, among English speaking Canadians who were presented with written versions of frosh week chants belted out at the University of British Columbia (UBC) and St. Mary’s University on the opposite coast have come to a definitive conclusion: 71% say the...

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English Speaking Canadians React to Frosh Week Chants:
No Mere “Harmless Fun”: Chants Are Outrageous, Should Not Be Tolerated by the Universities and Students Involved Should be Punished and Made to Take Sensitivity Training

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