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Sam Hammond Jun 17
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Melissa Locke Jun 17
Let know that needs to keep its music program intact.
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Lindsay Jun 20
Wow can’t wait to go to work next year ! It’s gonna be a shit show !
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Tori 📚 The School Library Tech 📚 12m
Replying to @NancyClow
It sucks! Short sighted gov and your trustees should have fought back!!
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Jennifer Pouw 2h
The best way to stand up for the next generation is to leave our world class education in tact.
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Lina 2h
Replying to @LinaFalvo
Allow me to follow this up by saying that’s if there is even a history class TO study
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Teresa Kelly 8h
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Stef 🇨🇦 ⚜️ Jun 23
Replying to @etfopresident @ETFOcb
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Crystal Crown 12h
Dear Minister of Education , As we wrap up this school year and head into summer to recharge and plan for next year it is my hope that you consider the needs of our students and stop cuts to education. Our students in Ontario deserve a quailty education.
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Liam #NoCutsToEducation 🏳️‍🌈 Jun 22
“‘Given the extent and nature of the writing, it needed to be erased immediately and a professional cleaning crew was brought in for this purpose.’” It was SIDEWALK CHALK. They could have sent out with a garden hose. Flagrant abuse of authority.
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okaybutno 9h
Replying to @emmyvassos @fordnation
How insane. The government and prioritize beer over education. Where are their priorities?
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Stephanie Paterson Jun 23
Replying to @Sflecce @fordnation
nurees, and so many more specialized staff. Some kids come from trauma, some kids are born with physical and or developmental exceptionalities. If it was your child, you would be fighting too...
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JoAnne Formanek Gustafson 7h
Welcome Minister of Education . Will you take a fresh look at the impacts of cuts to ? Will you reverse funding cuts, fund supports for students, and stop the plan to increase class sizes? Our kids are counting on you; will you help them?
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Catherine McLeod Jun 21
I just received this unsolicited email from a private secondary school. Here’s how the government’s push for e-learning opens the door for privatization. Sorry. My son deserves real courses and a real teacher.
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Megan Ball Rigden Jun 19
Found interesting reason for self care: there seem to be more and more of these themed signs popping up around neighbourhood. My walk alone somehow left me feeling less alone! Also you guys its SO hot down here. My poor, freckled skin!
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Bette Anne Stevenson 34m
They had better not refuse this money! Cons have been cutting back on fixing our schools for decades. Thanks to Trudeau some things can get done. Ford already turned down federal $ for jobs!
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elaine emberg Jun 18
Being “lustily booed” does not bode well for Ford or the Conservatives. Considering there may have been more than 2 million people in attendance - I am very optimistic.
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Maria F 5h
Okay Stephen if you want young people to have good jobs then invest in education!
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Jim Mulville 16h
WE NEED YOU! We must fight for our students' rights to Mental Health supports in our schools. Rally on Wednesday!
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Jenine M Jun 24
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