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<b>ONTARIO:</b> Government prefers in-class return for students, but health officials must approve

ONTARIO: Government prefers in-class return for students, but health officials must approve

Education Minister Stephen Lecce says the province must be prepared to respond to any potential spike of COVID-19 cases in the fall
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Lecce say's effort to scrap streaming begins with math courses in 2021

ONTARIO: Lecce say's effort to scrap streaming begins with math courses in 2021

The practice, which currently sees Grade 9 students choose an academic or applied course of study for their entire high school career, has long been criticized as discriminatory
<b>LIVE:</b> Premier Doug Ford, education minister to make announcement

LIVE: Premier Doug Ford, education minister to make announcement

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<b>ONTARIO:</b> Auditor general says the province 'significantly overstated' the cost of providing services to irregular border crossers

ONTARIO: Auditor general says the province 'significantly overstated' the cost of providing services to irregular border crossers

In a special report, Bonnie Lysyk said the $200 million estimate given by the governing Progressive Conservatives in 2018 represented the cost of providing services to all refugee claimants, not just so-called "irregular" border crossers
<b>ONTARIO:</b> New law makes it harder to sue companies via class action

ONTARIO: New law makes it harder to sue companies via class action

Successful class actions on residential schools, environmental tragedies such as theĀ E. coli outbreak in Walkerton, Ont. and tainted blood would not have made it past this new test, the Law Commission of Ontario has estimated
<b>COVID-19:</b> Has the pandemic turned back the clock on women's entrepreneurship?

COVID-19: Has the pandemic turned back the clock on women's entrepreneurship?

Female entrepreneurs in Canada have been heavily impacted by the pandemic
<b>CANADA:</b> Federal website advertising hundreds of non-existent student-volunteer positions

CANADA: Federal website advertising hundreds of non-existent student-volunteer positions

Thousands of other positions posted on the federal website involve the creation of online content or the mentoring of other students on such topics as COVID-19's impact on the environment, nutrition and cyberbullying
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Premier promises air conditioning for long-term care homes

ONTARIO: Premier promises air conditioning for long-term care homes

The province's current Long-Term Care Act does not mandate air conditioning, but says homes without it must have a "cooling plan" in place
<b>COVID-19:</b> Mask myths, debunked

COVID-19: Mask myths, debunked

Experts say that no, wearing a mask will not wear down your immune system
<b>LIVE:</b> Premier Doug Ford to make announcement

LIVE: Premier Doug Ford to make announcement

Village Media will carry the livestream