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Scontro nelle province, ancora parità statistica tra O’Toole e Trudeau

TORONTO – A cinque giorni dal voto, conservatori e liberali si trovano in una sostanziale parità statistica. Gli ultimi sondaggi confermano come la distanza tra i due partiti sia al di sotto della soglia del 2 per cento, che rappresenta il margine d’errore e che quindi certifica come i rapporti di forza, espressi nelle intenzioni di voto dell’elettorato canadese, si siano cristallizzati in una parità generalizzata. Per cercare di capire quali siano le dinamiche che stanno caratterizzando questo nuovo equilibrio tra le forze politiche in corsa occorre andare ad analizzare la situazione su base regionale… Read More in Corriere Canadese >>> 

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“Province needs to create a COVID-19 vaccination passport”

TORONTO – Vaccination passport yes, vaccination passport no. The controversy, stimulated also since it is happening overseas on the vaccination obligation, has suddenly broken out even here in Canada, with the various levels of government that are not able to express a common position on a burning issue, destined to accompany us throughout the summer. But let us put our own house in order. (more…)

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Ontario Expanding Video Surveillance Coverage Across the Province

TORONTO — The Ontario government is investing $2 million to expand the coverage of closed-circuit television (CCTV) systems across the province, an essential tool in detecting criminal activity and keeping communities safe.

Funding through the Ontario CCTV Grant will help police and their municipal partners purchase CCTV equipment in 2021-2022 in areas with high rates of criminal activity including gun and gang violence. (more…)

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Ontario Supporting 2SLGBTQI+ Students Province Taking Action to Combat Homophobia and Promote Inclusion

TORONTO — The Ontario government is partnering with community organizations to better support Two-Spirit, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Queer or Questioning, and Intersex (2SLGBTQI+) students and their families. Stephen Lecce, Minister of Education, made the announcement as part of the province’s ongoing efforts to promote an education system that upholds and champions human rights and equity for all students. In addition, the government is working to strengthen school board accountability given trustees’ important role in the public education system. (more…)


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