Classes tuesday.article: Student Life and Claude Boutin
classes tuesday.article: One says, F--- Muslims, man, they're all terrorists, according to Vancouver Courier. News reports indicated the women had claimed they were joking, but Claude Boutin, head of student life and spokeswoman for the CEGEP de Ste-Foy, said intent is not the issue. The school suspended four players last week and will require them to perform 30 hours of community service following their return to classes Tuesday.article continues below Trending Stories West End residents rally against rezoning Developing Story International Village school passes another test Vision Vancouver will not run a mayoral candidate for first time in party's historyB.C. study sheds light on opioid victims in effort to create better interventionsA video circulating on Twitter shows the young women in their team dressing room making derogatory comments about immigrants. Regardless of their intention, the comments are unacceptable and disrespectful, she said in an interview Monday. Boutin added she does not think the school's actions were too harsh. Regardless of the context, we acted on what was said. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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