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Ontario Ombudsman
Ontario’s public sector watchdog. (PD) = Paul Dubé, Ombudsman; (KB) = Kelly Burke, French Language Services Commissioner. FR:
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Ontario Ombudsman 19h
Number of homeless in Sudbury on rise, more visible in summer, researcher says via
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Ontario Ombudsman 20h
Children and youth in care have someone to contact if they have any questions or concerns about the care they receive. Read our 2019-2020 Annual Report to learn more about some of the complaints we received from young people since May 1, 2019.
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Ontario Ombudsman 20h
Tens of thousands sign Ryerson student's petition calling for mandatory high school course on race via
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Ontario Ombudsman 21h
ICYMI: Earlier this week, Ombudsman Paul Dubé released his 2019-2020 Annual Report. Learn about the more than 26,000 cases our Office handled this year:
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Ontario Ombudsman 21h
Toronto mayor urges 'common sense' at beaches ahead of scorching weekend via
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Ontario Accessibility Jul 2
Ontario is partnering with the Ontario Community Support Association to help ensure essentials are delivered to people with disabilities during . Register to find community services near you:
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Ontario Ombudsman 22h
Data show poverty, overcrowded housing connected to COVID-19 rates among racial minorities in Toronto via
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Ontario Ombudsman 23h
Here’s what the school year may look like under COVID-19, according to new TDSB head via
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Ontario Ombudsman 23h
Toronto pushes for quarantine centres for those in overcrowded housing who test positive for COVID-19 via
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Ontario Ombudsman Jul 2
More riders, less distancing and a $195 fine for no mask: The TTC’s next recovery phase starts Thursday via
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Ontario Ombudsman Jul 2
Health unit temporarily shuts down Leamington farm with 191 cases of COVID-19 via
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Ontario Ombudsman Jul 2
Metrolinx to install plastic dividers between seats on some buses and trains via
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Ontario Ombudsman Jul 2
Since May 1, 2019, the has received a total of 1,775 complaints. Read our 2019-2020 Annual Report to learn more: Young people can contact us anytime – it’s our job to watch for problems and make sure they are seen and heard.
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Ontario Ombudsman Jul 2
Stage 3 of Ontario's COVID-19 reopening plan looms nearer via
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Ontario Ombudsman Jul 2
ICYMI: In the Ombudsman’s June newsletter, read about the 2019-2020 Annual Report, with our new areas of jurisdiction and our work in the time of COVID-19, job opportunities and more :
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Ontario Ombudsman Jul 1
Happy Canada Day! We will be back to work on Thursday, July 2. You can still file a complaint online or send us an email:
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Ontario Ombudsman Jun 30
In the Ombudsman’s June newsletter, read about the 2019-2020 Annual Report, with our new areas of jurisdiction and our work in the time of COVID-19, job opportunities and more:
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Ontario Ombudsman Jun 30
In his Annual Report published today, Ombudsman Paul Dubé reflects on the stunning and ongoing challenges faced by the province’s public sector due to the coronavirus pandemic. Read the report now:
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Ontario Ombudsman Jun 30
Government plans to extend quarantine rules requiring self-isolation for travellers: federal official via
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Ontario Ombudsman Jun 30
GTA mayors expected to announce that masks will be mandatory while indoors via
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