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Accommodating the transgender student

Manitoba schools look to extend rights but none go as far as Vancouver's controversial policy

Accessible-washroom signage is posted at a washroom at the University of Winnipeg.

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The Vancouver school board's revised policies to accommodate transgender students:


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