The Bruce Grey Catholic District School Board is ready to welcome students back Monday.
Students from Kindergarten through grade 12 will be required to wear a mask.
Open letter to Council The willingness study outcome told us the overwhelming result was a referendum. This was not the outcome Council and NWMO wanted to hear. This was quickly overturned with a motion Dec. 14 2021 by a council who seems to follow the NWMO’s mandate. No referendum this coming October with municipal elections. […]
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To South Bruce Council: Dec. 30, 2022 You may recall, some time ago, a letter from the South Bruce pastors asking council to bring a quick resolve to an issue that is dividing the community, the DGR (deep geological nuclear repository). By way of petition an extraordinary one quarter of the electorate, are requesting the same […]
Mayor Christine Robinson continues to stress her unwavering opposition to seeking an OPP costing, saying “I continue to not hear any compelling reason to move ahead with this.”
The Bluewater District School Board has forwarded a letter to parents with some details about Ontario’s plan to return to in-person learning on Wednesday. In the letter signed by Education Minister Stephen Lecce and Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. Kieran Moore, it said health and safety in schools is a top priority and the […]
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Application deadline: January 21, 2022 | Download PDF Description The Great Lakes Commission (GLC) has an immediate opening for a program specialist to work on a variety of projects related to Great Lakes water quality and infrastructure. The desired candidate should be a self-starting, highly motivated individual with a desire to protect and enhance water…
Thames Valley school board trustees are backing a provincewide proposal to combat Islamophobia and racism, recommendations made after the alleged attack on London’s Afzaal family six months ago. Trustees voted late Tuesday in favour of their chair, Lori-Anne Pizzolato, writing a letter in support of the recommended changes to the Education Act, which were crafted […]
Municipalities received confirmation this week that provincial grants will generally double for infrastructure expenses next year. The money was mentioned in the government’s fall economic statement several weeks ago. But municipalities have been wrestling with whether to include it in budgets plans without a letter confirming it, Meaford CAO Rob Armstrong said. Those letters came […]
The recommendations include indoor limits and working remotely.
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