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Schools which forget that their priority is to teach children

From words to deeds. Since the work of three school trustees of the San Francisco School Board left something to be desired, the residents of the city decided to relieve them of their duties. Their wrong, according to the citizens, was to have given space to “wrong priorities” and to have “put progressive politics before children”. 


Canada English Featured News Updates Politics Toronto

Torontonians on their knees, but City raises taxes

TORONTO – In full pandemic, after two disastrous years for everyone from a financial point of view, the City of Toronto increases property taxes by 4.4%. The City had announced it and the Budget Committee reiterated it today, unanimously, in view of the approval by the city council, scheduled for next February 17. A sort of “coup de grace” that the administration led by Mayor John Tory (in the pic above, from his Twitter profile) is about to inflict on the inhabitants of Toronto, now economically in agony after two years spent in the grip of Covid-19. (more…)

Canada English Immigration News Updates Ontario Politics

It will be easier for immigrants to work in their professions

TORONTO – Make it easier for foreign workers to find employment that reflects their professional field. This is the objective of a project presented today in Queen’s Park by the Minister of Labour Monte McNaughton, which if it were to be approved would eliminate the requirement – requested by 23 trade associations – for which a given foreign worker must have work experience in Canada before having his professional qualification equalized. The measure specifically illustrates different job categories that will be affected including architects, engineers, teachers, social workers and accountants.  (more…)

Canada Covid-19 Updates English Featured News Updates Ontario

COVID-19 cases and deaths, their correlation to vaccination status: Ontario doc tweets all data

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TORONTO – A young doctor from southern Ontario, very popular on social media, is publishing all the results of her research on vaccines online, to make them available to everyone. A huge and valuable work, which is providing useful data that everyone can access. (more…)

Education Matters English Opinion

Trustees losing faith in their own Board

EnglishItalianPortugueseSpanishGermanDutchFilipinoPolishChinese (Simplified)ArabicBengaliGreekTurkishKoreanJapanesePersianRomanian If they had taken place in a Parliamentary precinct, Daniel Di Giorgio’s motions at the Catholic school Board’s meeting on Thursday, March 25, would have amounted to a Motion of non-confidence against a minority government. The government either survives those motions, or it collapses and is replaced. In either case, the target of the motion of non-confidence suffers severe reputational damage. (more…)

Bengali Business & Economy English Opinion

LeBlanc says Canadians should prioritize “child care” in their budget

Inter Government MInister Dominic LeBlanc with courtesy of Canadian House of Commons

Toronto, April 12: Dominic LeBlanc, Canada’s Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs, said safe early education and child care is an “economic imperative”. It also makes sense to consider the principle of universal basic income. He made the remarks in an interview with CBS Television’s Chief Political Correspondent Rosemary Burton on Sunday. (more…)

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