Barrie Transit offers field trip passes to local elementary schools

Barrie Transit is now offering field trip passes to 10 elementary schools, allowing teachers to take their students on trips to local buildings and

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Rachel Notley promises 1,000 new teachers and staff in Alberta schools this fall

Alberta NDP Leader Rachel Notley is promising to hire nearly 1,000 more teachers this fall if her party returns to power after the April

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Alberta Party, NDP considering increased abortion protest bubbles at schools

Members of two Alberta political parties want to extend the abortion protest zones to schools across the province, but that proposed change will likely

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Minister announces new autism supports for Ontario schools due to therapy funding changes

Ontario Education Minister Lisa Thompson announced new funding for schools on Monday in an effort to address parents’ concerns brought on by a change

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What you need to know about private schools getting taxpayer cash

In the wake of a CBC Go Public story about a teacher who was let go from Surrey Christian School after administrators learned she was living

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Too cool for school: Attendance nears 0% in some Alberta schools amid bus cancellations

Bus cancellations in a western Alberta school division have caused a dramatic drop in attendance, the deputy superintendent says. Frigid temperatures have led to

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Schools throughout London-region open, bus transportation cancelled in Elgin, Middlesex, and Oxford Counties – London

Schools across London and the surrounding region are open, but winter weather has caused a second day of bus cancellations in neighbouring communities. School

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Edmonton Catholic Schools highlights bus driver shortage, need for funding

Edmonton Catholic Schools is facing a bus driver shortage, and is hoping the province will provide more funding for transportation. A review of student

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Carbon monoxide detectors to be mandatory in all Quebec schools: Education Minister – Montreal

Carbon monoxide detectors will be mandatory in all educational institutes, announced Quebec Education Minister Jean-François Roberge Friday. This comes four days after a gas leak at

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Ontario post-secondary schools expected to now have free-speech policies in place

TORONTO – Ontario’s post-secondary institutions are now expected to have free-speech policies in place under a controversial provincial rule that officially came into effect

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