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Kenney says many Alberta school boards were planning layoffs before his...

Premier Jason Kenney offered more new details on Wednesday about why his government announced temporary layoffs in Alberta’s education system over the weekend, explaining...

Coronavirus: Alberta school boards review fees amid temporary COVID-19 school closures

Several Alberta school boards are reviewing fees paid by parents as schools remain under temporary closure as a preventative measure during the COVID-19 pandemic.All...

University of Ottawa asking students living in residence to leave amid...

Following the announcement of Ontario’s state of emergency due to the novel coronavirus outbreak, the University of Ottawa is asking students in residence to...

University of Calgary member tests positive for coronavirus – Calgary

A member of the University of Calgary community has tested positive for the novel coronavirus, the school announced Monday night.In a series of tweets,...

Lethbridge post-secondary institutions update plans for COVID-19: ‘We are preparing’ –...

Lethbridge has yet to confirm any cases of COVID-19, but its two largest post-secondary institutions are updating plans of action should the virus arrive...

School trips cancelled, cleaning increased as Peterborough area school boards plan...

School boards in the Peterborough area say they’re closely monitoring and planning for novel coronavirus as students head into the March Break.The Kawartha Pine...

South Pointe students, parents still waiting on future as school board...

A vote to decide the future of 91 students at Ecole South Pointe School has been deferred to the next Pembina Trails School Division...

B.C. sees surge of COVID-19 cases, Alberta confirms its first instance

Signals of Canada’s battle against the novel coronavirus flared in Western Canada on Thursday, amid a surge of cases in British Columbia and...

High school teachers’ union slams government offer as ‘nothing but losses’

Premier Doug Ford says his government has made “massive, massive moves” in its contract offer to teachers, but the opposition accused it of...

Doug Ford says teacher unions have ‘held the province hostage for...

Teacher unions have “held the province hostage for 50 years,” says Premier Doug Ford, who also believes educators are paid fairly but aren’t...
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