In Ontario, the Upper Canada District School Board has ordered its teachers to stop assigning Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None to students.
The school board regards a few references in the mystery novel as anti-Semitic.
In the National Post, Jessica Mundie reports:
In the Toronto Sun, Kevin Connor reports:
In The Algemeiner, Shiryn Ghermezian reports:
In the Toronto Sun, Carol Joseph writes:
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