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Elementary teachers hold provincewide strike amid stalled contract talks

Elementary teachers hold provincewide strike amid stalled contract talks

ETFO had said that it would ramp up its rotating strikes if no deal was reached last Friday
CRA workers set to vote on job action this month

CRA workers set to vote on job action this month

If a strike happens, it could be during peak tax season
Teachers, government were close to a deal before talks broke off, ETFO says

Teachers, government were close to a deal before talks broke off, ETFO says

The union had set last Friday as a deadline for a deal after which it would ramp up its strikes to twice weekly per board, including one provincewide walkout each week
Recall: Remote-controlled toy truck sold at Costco could catch fire

Recall: Remote-controlled toy truck sold at Costco could catch fire

Anyone with the truck is advised to bring it back to Costco for a refund
Better chances of catching flu than the novel coronavirus

Better chances of catching flu than the novel coronavirus

Despite escalating numbers in China, the risk of contracting the novel coronavirus remains low in Canada
English public elementary, English Catholic teachers strike in Sudbury today

English public elementary, English Catholic teachers strike in Sudbury today

The Ontario English Catholic Teachers' Association is holding its second provincewide strike today after holding contract talks with the government on Monday, but no deal was reached and no further dates for talks are scheduled
'God help me,' Tess Richey's mother screams after finding her daughter's body, court hears

'God help me,' Tess Richey's mother screams after finding her daughter's body, court hears

North Bay native was found dead in Toronto in November 2017
Senate committee urges renewed suspension for Ontario Sen. Lynn Beyak

Senate committee urges renewed suspension for Ontario Sen. Lynn Beyak

Beyak's colleagues ousted her from the upper chamber temporarily last spring after condemning as racist several letters she had posted to her website
Catholic bishops urge Trudeau to scrap changes to assisted dying legislation

Catholic bishops urge Trudeau to scrap changes to assisted dying legislation

OTTAWA — The president of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops has written to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to voice "very serious concern" about proposed changes to medical assistance in dying legislation.
Ontario to spend $1.6 billion more to stabilize hydro rates, minister says

Ontario to spend $1.6 billion more to stabilize hydro rates, minister says

Finance Minister Rod Phillips said Thursday that the government will exceed the $4 billion it had previously budgeted for subsidies to keep prices stable — bringing the total to $5.6 billion