FILE - PACHI the porcupine, the official mascot of the Pan Am games helps open the store at Eaton Centre in Toronto.
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Free Pan Am tickets for underserved youth under 16

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A St. Mary's High School student is facing suspension for videos he made which Catholic educators say harm the "moral tone" of the school. The student and his mother disagree. Who do you think is right?