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Strike Out Hunger campaign back in the ball game

July 19, 2019

If you plan to attend this weekend's Lethbridge Bulls game, make sure you bring a tin for the bin. The Lethbridge Interfaith Food Bank will be collecting non-perishable food items at Saturday nights game for their annual Strike Out Hunger campaign. Everyone who brings a food item will get a discount on their admission to the game.

It's called "contract cheating" or outsourcing to online providers where a student can basically hire someone to write a paper or do an assignment for them. Sarah Eaton is an expert in academic integrity from the University of Calgary and she says students as young as grade 6 are being targeted for this. Here are some ways parents can help get their kids through school with integrity. 

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