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York University stands by controversial decision to allow female-free schooling for religious student
York University appears to be standing by its controversial decision to permit a student to be excused from a group project because the presence of women interfered with his “firm religious beliefs.”
In a statement Thursday by provost Rhonda Lenton, the university affirmed its commitment to “gender equity, inclusivity and diversity,” but did not retract an October order authorizing the much-criticized “religious accommodation.”
The statement comes one day after York University sociology professor J. Paul Grayson went public with documents showing that university brass had backed a request from one of his students to be separated from female classmates for religious reasons.
“Seventy per cent of the students at York University are female,” Mr. Grayson told the National Post. “This kind of situation, from that point of view, is simply intolerable.”

York University stands by controversial decision to allow female-free schooling for religious student

York University appears to be standing by its controversial decision to permit a student to be excused from a group project because the presence of women interfered with his “firm religious beliefs.”

In a statement Thursday by provost Rhonda Lenton, the university affirmed its commitment to “gender equity, inclusivity and diversity,” but did not retract an October order authorizing the much-criticized “religious accommodation.”

The statement comes one day after York University sociology professor J. Paul Grayson went public with documents showing that university brass had backed a request from one of his students to be separated from female classmates for religious reasons.

“Seventy per cent of the students at York University are female,” Mr. Grayson told the National Post. “This kind of situation, from that point of view, is simply intolerable.”

'Are they all on crack?' Toronto council's bizarre day makes Jimmy Kimmel as Rob Ford dances away his troubles (again)
Rob Ford’s dance moves in city council were easy jokes for Jimmy Kimmel on Tuesday night, but one Toronto city councillor has expressed dismay that the mayor and his colleagues are “feeding into that late night show comedy act.”
On ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live, the host played a video clip of Ford and other councillors dancing during their council meeting on Tuesday.
“For a while, I thought it was just Mayor Ford, but what I’ve realized is Canadians are much, much weirder than any of us had any idea they were,” joked Kimmel. “They seem so normal, but they’re not.” (Political cartoon by Gary Clement)

'Are they all on crack?' Toronto council's bizarre day makes Jimmy Kimmel as Rob Ford dances away his troubles (again)

Rob Ford’s dance moves in city council were easy jokes for Jimmy Kimmel on Tuesday night, but one Toronto city councillor has expressed dismay that the mayor and his colleagues are “feeding into that late night show comedy act.”

On ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live, the host played a video clip of Ford and other councillors dancing during their council meeting on Tuesday.

“For a while, I thought it was just Mayor Ford, but what I’ve realized is Canadians are much, much weirder than any of us had any idea they were,” joked Kimmel. “They seem so normal, but they’re not.” (Political cartoon by Gary Clement)