Dalhousie’s ad hoc handling of scandal concerning

Dalhousie University's handling of the ongoing controversy at its dentistry school raises several alarm bells, the most concerning of which may be its reactionary, ad hoc attempts to resolve the situation, says Toronto employment lawyer Kevin Marshall.

Students are now back in class at the dentistry school, with some men being ordered to study remotely after they were alleged to be part of a Facebook group that contained misogynistic comments, CBC reports.

The university also delayed the reopening of a dental clinic at the school and stripped the 13 male students of their clinical privileges, says the report.

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