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Peter Skaliks' website introduces him as follows:

Welcome to my Web site!

Hello my name is Hans-Peter Skaliks and I am from Palgrave
in southern Ontario.

I have been a secondary school teacher in Ontario since
September of 1969. I have basically worked in only two
locations, Kipling Collegiate Institute in Etobicoke from
September of 1969 until June of 1976 and J. A. Turner S.S.
in Brampton from September of 1976 until June of 1999. I
have taught the fall semester as the full-time teacher of
record in September 2000 and September 2001.

My semi-retirement has worked out pretty well. The period
from September to January of each school year is still
involved with full-time teaching, and I have a number of
involvements with charities which keep me pretty busy. Other
duties have prevented me from taking any new semester
assignments, but I am still keeping my credentials current,
just in case the opportunity arises.

I am extensively involved with Augsburg Evangelical Lutheran
Church in Brampton, where I have served on the
Congregational Council for a number of years. PFLAG, Parents
Family and Friends of Lesbians and Gays, also gets a goodly
share of my spare time. I serve on the Board of Directors of
PFLAG, and try to make sure that I attend the regular
meetings on the first Wednesday of each month and on the
third Thursday of each month, both held at St. Clements
Anglican Church in the Yonge-Lawrence area of Toronto.

A more recent activity has been to sit on the board of
LC/NA, Lutherans Concerned, a group of Lutheran Christians
dedicated to improving the circumstances for LGBT persons
within the Canadian Lutheran Church.

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