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Jenny Wood 🇨🇦 11h
Ontario inflated death rates by 50%?
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Randy Hillier Aug 9
Came across this interesting CBC story from a few years ago. "Yes. Scaring people justifies evidence-free policies. Yes, no one knows exactly what the threat is. The only certainty are the returns for industry."
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Sam Hammond 8h
The Premier just said that to fight off covid-19 we all need to continue to follow the Golden Rules: -2 meter physical distancing; -Stay away from large gatherings; -Wear a mask. Agreed. Now implement the Golden Rules in schools!
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Tyler Watt 🇨🇦 7h
Just a quick reminder that Premier Ford’s government has been increasing class sizes ever since he took office in 2018. It was one of the main hold ups in the teacher negotiations last year.
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Michael Coteau 14h
“Even the premier is now admitting the government’s school reopening plan isn’t perfect, calling for prayer and adding, “let’s give this a shot, at least,” as if everything can be quickly reset if things go wrong.”
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Deanna McLennan Ph.D 10h
Picture this - some families opt out of in person teaching and keep their kids home. Others send their kids to school. We assume this would affect class size. Rather classes are collapsed due to caps. Classrooms are packed full of kids sitting next to empty ones.
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Catherine Fife Aug 9
How is it possible that the Ontario Govt is contemplating opening schools this fall without firm guidelines on class size with adequate funding? If they considered the negative economic impact of another lock-down they would see safe-school funding as an investment?
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Deanna McLennan Ph.D Aug 9
Just called the Premier's office to express my displeasure with the back to school plan. The nice lady said very few people are calling. Come on twitter! We need to do better & raise our voices louder! We all need to call 416-325-1941
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Travis Dhanraj Aug 7
Back in May the gov’t loaned $500M to deal with the impacts of COVID, the investment for to deal with COVID is $309M
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ruthko🦂🌈 10h
Why are they in charge of Ontario Education??? 🤨
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Muna Kadri Aug 5
Turns out has directed school boards to run school buses at full capacity.
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Marit Stiles Aug 8
Worth reminding folks that lower numbers of students attending our schools (Eg parents opting out/opting for online) doesn’t REDUCE class size. Rather, there will be reorganization based on the number of students back to regular sizes.
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Gabrielle Gallant 8h
Bad b**ch move: 30 hours of labour, baby girl, 48 more hours, declare candidacy for 2022 👊🏼 Kate Graham, iconic
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Travis Dhanraj Aug 6
New Brunswick, unlike Ontario will be aiming for reduced cohorts in K-2 "as close to 15 wherever possible"
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Stephen Punwasi Aug 6
Oh my. This is cringeworthy. 😬 Did Dougie really just tell someone asking about disability benefits to get a job?
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Mord 🕶 Aug 9
“In Denmark, the average class sizes were around 20 students prior to Covid-19, but now they are dividing classes into two to three smaller groups,” “They have recommended pupils sit six feet apart and wash hands every two hours.”
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Keith Leslie Aug 2
"In Ontario, for-profits own 54% of long term care beds but had 73% of (Covid19) deaths. Public homes, by contrast, with 20% of LTC beds had only 6% of deaths."
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Marit Stiles Aug 7
Hey : 📣Show me your classrooms. Let’s lift the curtain on our crowded classrooms & show Ford & Lecce why their plan for a return to status quo is not an option.
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Jasmine Moulton Aug 5
"Last year, 680 teachers in London Ontario earned a total compensation over $120,000/year. The median income in London and surrounding area is $37,617."
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Travis Dhanraj Aug 6
Unfortunately, I didn't get to ask my questions to today, shocking I know. Here they are:
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