Strike is avoided in Ontario schools

Within hours of a possible strike, the Ontario Support Workers ‘Union reached an agreement in principle with the Trustees’ Association and the province. Education Minister Stephen Lecce announced Sunday at around 9 pm that schools will be open Monday. This is great news for families and students, as well as for workers , he said. The […]

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Two new wildfires in Northwestern Ontario

Two wildfires were detected Monday in the northwest of the province, bringing the total to 18. Five were still under control. Some were near the village of Pikangikum First Nation. One of them, which was extinguished, was even on the territory of the First Nation. A second was 10 km from the village and a third, […]

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The University of Ontario French wants a francophone network with the University of Hearst

The University of Ontario in France has begun negotiations with the University of Hearst to create a francophone university network across the province. The University of Ontario is entering into a strategic partnership with the only French-language university in Ontario, the University of Hearst , said the UFO University of Ontario onTuesday in a press release. From the […]

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Ontario’s wildfire season begins

Since the beginning of the wildfire season that began on April 1, the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry has already recorded 36 fires. This is less than a third of the number recorded at the same date in 2018. On Tuesday morning, the only remaining fire is Fort Frances 2, which covers 66.3 hectares […]

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Teo Taxi vehicles sent to Ontario

Two weeks to the day after Téo Taxi’s closure, 170 vehicles are heading to Ontario on Tuesday for auction. On site, employees involved in towing operations did not want to react to TVA News’s camera. According to these same people, the surrender value offered in Ontario is higher than in Quebec, which explains the decision to […]

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