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Lecce taps former deputy minister, human rights lawyer to probe racism allegations at Peel school board

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Education Minister Stephen Lecce has appointed a former Ontario deputy minister and a human rights lawyer to lead a review of anti-black racism allegations at the Peel District School Board.
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News video: St. James Christian Academy headmaster responds to lawsuit filed by former human resources director

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A Treasure Coast Christian school is firing back after a former employee filed a lawsuit against it last week. The headmaster of St. James Christian Academy says contrary to what the lawsuit claims, its former human resources director James Brower was never fired, he quit.

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