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Liberal senior sector strategy increases long-term care beds and care hours

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne arrived at Tabor Manor retirement home in St.Catharines on Thursday (Nov. 9) to continue her discussion on government plans to aid Ontario’s seniors. The plan, entitled “Aging with Confidence,” outlines the shifting needs of a population that is becoming Ontario’s fastest-growing age group (65 years and ...

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Strike at Mohawk: Week one update

Paul Armstrong, vice president of Mohawk College, sent an e-mail to students on Friday morning giving an update on the strike that has already kept them out of class since Oct. 16. “Unfortunately, a settlement has not yet been reached between the bargaining teams representing faculty and Ontario’s 24 colleges,” Armstrong ...

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College strike and how it affects international students

International students are stuck between a rock and a hard place thanks to the province-wide strike of Ontario’s public college teachers. Student permits have very strict expiry dates, and with the high prices they pay, international students worry how the strike will affect them. Mechanical Engineering international student Darpan Gill ...

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