The revival of the church began when Terry Cutts, a mechanical contractor and an award-winning chef, moved to Palgrave with his two young sons in 2003.Read More
Tag: Ontario politics
Hundreds of students rallied against the Progressive Conservative government’s changes to student loans.Read More
Ontario’s new Progressive Conservative government announced on Monday that it will cancel the $100 million school repair fund.Read More
Individually, according to an IPSOS poll of 1,000 Ontarians conducted Tuesday morning for Global News, the NDP has overtaken the Liberals as the ‘Anti-Ford’ party with a 35 per cent lead to 22 per cent.Read More
Patrick Brown cleared to run for leader of the Ontario PC party after resigning due to sexual assault allegations
Patrick Brown is given the okay to try and reclaim his leadership of the Ontario PC Party on Wednesday following an abrupt resignation just weeks ago.
In January, Patrick Brown resigned as Ontario Progressive Conservative leader due to backlash of sexual misconduct allegations.
After penning an open letter to the provincial government, encouraging them to step in and get both the Ontario Public Service Employees Union (OPSEU) and the College Employer Council back to the bargaining table, student presidents of eight Ontario colleges, including IGNITE President Maja Jocson, will meet with Minister of Advanced Education and Skills Development Deb Matthews at Queen’s Park on Thursday.Read More
By Victoria Quiroz Tuesday marked one year since Kathleen Wynne’s appointment as leader of...Read More
On Monday, Sept. 16, rallies across the nation vied for a more scientific and sustainable Canada. One of those 16 rallies was at Queen’s Park in Toronto.Read More
As the Wynne government prepares the 2013 provincial budget, student groups in Ontario are making the case for a reduction in tuition costs.
According to Statistics Canada, Ontario has the highest average undergraduate fee at $7,180, and the lowest per-student post-secondary funding at $10,390.