Fagan, Noreen
May 2010
Capital Xtra (Ottawa);5/13/2010, Issue 219, p11
An interview with Rayna Farr-Dutchin, a 15-year-old girl who attends Holy Trinity Catholic High School in Kanata, Ontario, about the controversy over the sexual education curriculum, is presented.


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