We reported on Tuesday about an Ontario school board’s decision to exempt students from Remembrance Day activities. At the time, a school board spokesman told SUN TV that students could be given the exemption for religious reasons. The memo circulated by the board included links to Islamic sites, but not to any for other religions.
After Ezra Levant exposed the memo, the issue gained national prominence in Canada and caused an uproar in the media. Then the school board changed its story. The rest of the media came down hard on Mr. Levant and SUN TV for their alleged mistakes, without looking into the discrepancy between the school board’s earlier, on-the-record statements and what it said later.
In this follow-up summary, Ezra Levant describes what happened next:
Hat tip: Vlad Tepes.