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Sylvain Roy 🇨🇦 Mar 12
“This means that Ontario schools have been ordered to remain closed from March 14 through to April 5, 2020” Newsroom : Statement from Premier Ford, Minister Elliott, and Minister Lecce on the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)
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themsteri Dec 7
LILLEY: Teachers ramp up push to take more of your money
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Tyler Boyce Jan 23
Mr. Premier, no bribe is worth the future of Ontario youth. PeriodT. “It’s also a clear attempt to bribe parents so as to remove pressure on the government, and to divide them in what seems to be their overwhelming support for striking teachers.”
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Joel Duff Dec 23
Well this seems [ahem] sincere. About as sincere as the camera shot is steady.
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Jeremy Haefner Jan 19
What a super video but far surpassed by the facilities team that makes this happen!
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APUO Jan 15
The APUO stands in solidarity with teachers striking for fair working conditions, smaller class sizes, and better funding for a high-quality system of education in Ontario.
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TEACHER HULK May 8
SORRY FOR HARSH LANGUAGE, BUT ME PISSED! FUCK OFF, ⁦⁩ !!!
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Daniels at DU Jun 5
Important work by , and students in building a database of corporate human rights abuses and accompanying white paper for the Commission.
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Phil Davison Mar 21
Here are three ideas that no one has asked for about how we should relaunch in the coming weeks:
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Jimmy Moss (@🏡) Dec 2
Supporting the excellent from as we all work through the provincially led labour negotiations. Let's stick together and give our children a positive example of how to handle difficult processes.
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Amira Elghawaby Feb 11
The Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario clearly has it all wrong when it comes to equity and opportunity. It’s costing us dearly. My latest. … via
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RebeccaHaight Jan 17
Hmm, what to do with the strike money? If you don’t need it for childcare how about donate the money back to your school or a Liberal / NDP candidate?
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Ritchie School at University of Denver May 19
Tomorrow will celebrate ! We are calling on our community to come together and support important causes, like the Dean's Strategic Initiatives Fund. Every donation makes a difference and any support is appreciated.
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Stu Halsall Jan 17
Huge thanks to our team that makes this happen all year round!!
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LUFAPPUL Mar 6
"On this IWD, CAUT applauds the tenacity of the women academics who persevered in challenging systemic bias within the CRC Program.."
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TECT Nov 6
TECT members eagerly waiting for the rally to begin!
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Durham College Nov 17
Thinking about attending post-secondary school? Here are 3 reasons why you should launch your career with a program!
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Poetic Devices X May 2
Well that reminds me — what’s happening to all that pizza day money parents paid for already? I mean it’s not the most important thing going on right now but some parents could probably use the money back now.
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DU Alumni May 22
Thank you to the more than 2,000 alumni, parents, faculty, staff, students and friends who supported our students during . Know that no matter what amount you were able to contribute, it made a difference.
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Lise Deschenes Jul 5
This growth Mindset chart is so important.... hoping faculty remember these basic rules when returning to school in September w/ IEP students. * And remember to do weekly follow-up check ins.
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