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James Ryan
I am a retired Ontario Catholic teacher formerly with the Toronto Catholic School Board. The opinions I express are those of my own.
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Wut the ??? 16h
A sign in Ontario
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He was a very good man.
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Barstool Sports 20h
IT’S THE MOST WONDERFUL TIME OF THE YEAR
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Chris Cowley 2h
Ontarians are living in a Dukes of Hazzard nightmare.
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TorontoStar 22h
While it’s not uncommon for premiers to boycott first ministers’ meetings Ford lacked a substantial motive — beyond partisan petulance — to justify his threat to walk out, Chantal Hébert writes.
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Vector Research 18h
35% approve—63% disapprove ‘of the way Doug Ford, premier of Ontario and leader of the Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario, is handling his job’—2% unsure
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Vector Research 18h
Ontario trial heat—Conservatives down 6 points from June election—34% of voters—Liberals ‘have recovered dramatically’ at 28%—NDP 26%—Green Party 9%—Nov. 30-Dec. 3
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Robert Fisher 20h
The Maclean's take on the 'friends & family event' under way at Queen's Park. Read: Ontarians, we're all living in a Dukes of Hazzard show now -
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PAC_chat Dec 7
London District OECTA with members from OPSEU & UNIFOR @ London Labour Council Solidarity Rally supporting CUPW, outside London North Centre MP Peter Fragiskatos office
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James Ryan 20h
If you want to attack someone, you should at least use your real name.
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James Ryan 20h
Replying to @OttawaDaddy
That Doug Ford a clown is a statement of the obvious. I lived through the circus that he and his brother ran in Toronto.
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TorontoStar Dec 8
He came. He stayed. He traded shots with the prime minister. But in the end, Premier Doug Ford came out of Friday’s first ministers’ summit in the same position as when he came in: at loggerheads with Justin Trudeau.
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TECT Dec 7
Called in to teletown hall on education on Wed. to share feedback. Participants spoke agnst EQAO testing as stress inducing & recommended money better spend on learning resources- not too late for you to have your say- consultation open until Dec 15
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James Ryan Dec 8
Replying to @Swiftie01
We also need to worry about the complete abandonment of the people of by the coward known as Doug Ford who threw in the towel on 2,500 good jobs.
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James Ryan Dec 8
tell invitees to keep secret (and probably illegal) meeting with business execs hush-hush.
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Mike Crawley Dec 6
"Refrain from mentioning this event on social media," business leaders are told. (The event is an exclusive gathering with nearly every chief of staff to Doug Ford's cabinet ministers, and 13 of the premier's advisers.)
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TECT Dec 7
Thanks to all of our members who participated in our joint occupational health and safety PD today. Special thanks to admin. and reps. who participated in the skype session with the Board and TECT on progressive discipline.
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James Ryan Dec 8
As usual, you're reaching, without logic.
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James Ryan Dec 6
No after viewing the circus on Toronto city council & Ford's performance as Premier, calling Doug Ford a clown is a logical conclusion.
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