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wife me up Apr 16
Good afternoon to everyone except
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Lou_ell_ah 2h
Replying to @CBCAlerts
adding to the hurt, Nice!!
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Kelan 11m
I wonder if can help city administrators out. Since Ford & his supporters insist that cutting funding should not effect lunch programs, maybe they could indicate where the "efficiencies" may be found, that cause no harm.
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Melissa Basta Apr 16
Exactly 1 year and 1 week ago I was hired into a permanent position with after 7 years of proving myself. I’ve dedicated my life to enhancing the lives of my students. Today I was laid off.
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George-Dudley says, 2h
It's not , it's .
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kevin Walker 2h
Ford attack on Toronto is revenge for the way he feels council treated him and his brother. A swing against the elites who have never let him into the club and an attack on the old conservative trope of losers and users who only take. (Romney's 47%)
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Ontario New News Apr 19
Ontario to let developers pay a fee to help endanger endangered species, and get the government off the hook for responsibility to protect inconvenient habitats that thwart "Open for business" bulldozing of biodiversity...
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Adam Drake 11h
We are not friendly, no matter who is power, different and decent kind of people in the Conservative party on PEI
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DMS 11h
If we paid teachers less would be even more worthless. Doug Ford voters can't see that their prospects are worse with a lower quality education. Even fewer opportunities for upward mobility. If wasn't so obnoxious it would be easier to feel empathy.
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Maritimemaggie⚓️🦞 Apr 14
Replying to @CBCQueensPark
I hope everyone complaining about Ontario’s Miserable Mess actually voted in the last election. Hope this serves as an example of what happens when people disengage in the direction of their province and don’t get out and vote. Be prepared or this nut gets in again.
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FranklyMyDear Apr 19
You need a certain level of education to be an Ontario teacher, you don't get hired if you don't have the qualifications. You can't even get into teachers college without high university marks. class of high school flunk outs don't get it, because they're idiots.
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sagaciousK 11h
Sadly is NOT focused on accountability, the economy & jobs - RATHER Misguided ideologies and wasteful mismanagement! Same story different party Ford
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Kevin Gilbert 1h
Replying to @amandaalvaro
Sometimes hard decisions need to be made....
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G.T. Lem 2h
Replying to @CPC_HQ
I fixed the ad for you, no need to thank me
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Siocnarf Apr 22
Coming to Alberta: Here in Ontario (Biff from back to the future) is destroying public education and public health:
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FranklyMyDear Apr 20
So has decided to make teachers public enemy #1. They don’t speak for anybody but themselves. I have all the respect in the world for teachers. I could never do it. I have even more respect for teachers who help kids have a better future in the current attack climate.
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Miss Pizzo Apr 19
Really? Cuts to the breakfast program. Children cannot learn if they are hungry, let alone function. If the government spent one morning in a school breakfast program he would understand how important they are for children and their families. I’m disgusted.
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FranklyMyDear Apr 20
'I know several teachers who suck at the E.I. teat all summer long,' some proudly uneducated moron tells me. Except that teachers CANNOT collect EI; their jobs are on contract paid out over 12 months. Leave it to the flunk-outs to spout such BS gibberish..
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Dianne Oickle Apr 23
Inter-library loans ceased due to recent cuts. Direct and immediate impact on access to resources and literature for every. single. kid. Bigger impact on those who can't afford to just buy what they can't get through library now Happy now?
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Laren Emms Apr 20
The stress of wondering what the future holds for all of my students, particularly the most vulnerable ones made this a bad week. Informing an outstanding young teacher that she doesn’t have a position in September made it horrible.
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