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No clear mandate for anything post September 20 election

TORONTO – There are no objective experts to interpret, and more importantly apply, the results of this latest election in Canada. Some observers are more informed about precedent than others. But, this being a political act and not an enforceable decision of a Court, everything is negotiable, within generally accepted boundaries.  (more…)

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Sick Kids report shows desperate needs for Safe September, mental health investments

TORONTO and HAMILTON — NDP Education critic Marit Stiles and Mental Health and Addictions critic Monique Taylor released the following statement in response to a new report by the Hospital for Sick Children showing disturbing levels of clinically significant depressive symptoms among children and teens as a result of the pandemic and school closures. (more…)

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Back to school in September, a plan is missing

“Time is running out.” Using these words, Ontario’s Chief Medical Officer of Health Kieran Moore has tried to get out of the hibernation in which it fell, the government that must ensure a safe reopening of schools in September. September seems far away, indeed far away, but eight weeks quickly pass while a plan to be implemented to kick-start the new school year is not mentioned. (more…)

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School, in September all in presence

EnglishItalianPortugueseSpanishGermanDutchFilipinoPolishChinese (Simplified)ArabicBengaliGreekTurkishKoreanJapanesePersianRomanian TORONTO – It’s been a troubled school year, which is coming to an end. A year out of every scheme, between distance learning and lessons in presence, with the feeling shared by students, parents and teachers of being under a lead hood called Covid-19. And now Ontario school providers are starting to plan, in many cases, for a regular school return in September. Everyone in the classroom, as they were until a year ago when the pandemic came to change the rules. (more…)

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