With one eye on wildfires creating havoc in Alberta, B.C. and the Northwest Territories, the cabinet of Justin Trudeau put housing affordability at the top of its agenda at a retreat in Charlottetown this week. And it didn’t take long for the issue of international student enrolments at Canadian universities, colleges and private schools to bubble to the surface as a contributing factor to the housing crisis. Read More
TORONTO – Ontario’s education minister suggested Wednesday there wouldn’t be much movement at the bargaining table with education workers ahead of a looming strike despite the union proposing a counter-offer. The government has said it would return to the table if the mediator asks, and had wanted to hear if the Canadian Union of Public […]
The first plastic-free July was organized in 2011 in Perth, Australia. Forty participants took up the challenge to “choose to refuse” plastic purchases.
Wellington County is hosting a Plug’n Drive’s Mobile Electric Vehicle Education Trailer at the Museum and Archives grounds.
Three timeless articles of faith are reinforced across the entertainment industry, for better or worse: true love prevails; believe in yourself; and friendship conquers all.
A one-day fundraiser aims to help a growing number of Thames Valley District school board students and their families going hungry or facing other crises due to COVID-19, organizers say. With requests for help up 70 per cent so far this year, Thames Valley Education Foundation is holding a Giving Tuesday drive to raise $20,000 […]