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Richard Zussman 44s
Mandatory mask use was not an original part of Alberta’s return to school plan. BC and Dr. Bonnie Henry have repeatedly said she will not require masks at schools. Older kids will be encouraged to wear masks when distance isn’t possible.
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Emily Lazatin Jul 27
“I also understand that in places like third/second beach there are some stern posters of me that have been put up to dissuade ppl from congregating in large groups (chuckles)...maybe that will be effective too” - Dr. Henry
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Patti Bacchus Jul 29
I presume now that bubbles of 60 and 120 are safe for students, teachers and student support workers, all MLAs will be meeting in person in the legislature and all school boards will meet in person instead of online, right?.
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BCTF Jul 29
Our response to 's restart plan: . The plan is not ready and needs more work if it’s going to be successful, keep everyone safe. We are pleased to see more funding for cleaning and PPE, but too many unanswered questions remain at this time.
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Lindsay Brown Aug 1
This project needs to be abandoned now. Just read this one section alone. This is why we told the NDP would go to $20 billion, still remain unsafe, and likely be unfinishable. We don't need the power. Find some guts, stop work now & reassess
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BCTF Jul 29
teachers all support the need to get back to in-class instruction, but it needs to be safe. The government needs to go back to the working groups and let them do more work. Our members are part of those teams and eager to help improve this plan.
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✨ Neesha ✨ Jul 31
As a mom, I’m not allowed to stay with my child in a pediatric dental office for a short period of time, even with a mask on. But as a teacher, I’m told I can be in a classroom with 30 kids for most of the day, no physical distancing, & none of us needs a mask. 🤔
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BillHorne 14h
Although the BC NDP election platform did mention an unnamed megaproject in the northeast - buried on page 65 - the correct answer is #3. Zero.
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Carrie Bercic Aug 2
Thing #1001 that makes me wonder about the back to school plan: The grocery store I shop at wipes the debit machine and counter after every customer. But schools are not required to clean spaces if different "cohorts" of 60-120 people use them in the day.
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Wilderness Committee Jul 29
Roberts Bank Terminal 2 is a tidal wave–size threat bearing down on the Salish Sea and its iconic resident killer whales, and the government is responding with a cocktail umbrella.
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Rob Iannone 34m
An idiot driver in featured at the top of reddit this morning. Will this driver be charged with assault? Or ignored as we do with most drivers in cyclist accidents?
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Lindsay Brown Aug 2
Replying to @Lidsville
..The same engineer has further remarks on & instability, but first, take a look at this 2013 letter to BC & local govts from Peace resident Arthur Hadland. It's a compendium of everything known about the site's instability. GOV'TS KNEW.
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Richard Zussman Jul 30
BREAKING - Dr. Henry says she is aware of a number of cases of essential workers, including medical officials, traveling to the US for vacation and then coming back to Canada and not isolating. Says that is against the rules.
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