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'Dignity in a Myriad of Ways'
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Reality shows more than one facet of an individual.

Within the confines of certain structures and systems, the right to privacy has been exploited and withheld by the powers that be for those in precarious situations within society.

A redefining of 'family/community' needs to occur and then we will be able to take care of one another.

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A Record Year for The Tyee, Thanks to You

In 2020, British Columbians were encouraged to stay home whenever they could. And while there, they set many records here at The Tyee, including the number who became members by subscribing to our free headlines and by contributing vital financial support. And the number of people who viewed our pages rose steeply to about a million a month. We’re so grateful.

We saw big increases in readership not just in B.C. but across other provinces and states, too. So thanks to readers old and new for spending some of your alone time with us in these trying times.

To see what Tyee stories gained the most attention, click here.

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Schools Through the Pandemic

We've followed concerns of parents and teachers since schools were first shuttered and the initial return to classrooms.

Many have felt their needs are not being accommodated, and parent-teacher networks have arisen to follow outbreaks in schools. Parents have highlighted the difficulties of remote learning for their families, and some have faced tough choices about sending their kids back to school.

Educators have wondered how to adapt their teaching to a pandemic environment, from remote learning to self-directed education to the curriculum. Kids' long-term mental health is a growing concern.

Deep dive to learn more from parents, teachers, students and health and education experts.

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