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paidsickdaysOn Monday, frontline workers gathered in front of Queen’s Park to call on Premier Ford’s government to pass Bill 8, which would provide 10 paid sick days and 14 additional days during public health emergencies. With a vote on the bill expected this week, health experts and essential workers reiterated the importance of paid sick leave as a crucial public health measure to combat Ontario’s fourth wave, prevent flu outbreaks, and reduce the ongoing burden on the healthcare system.

vaccinateyoungFollowing Health Canada’s approval of the paediatric Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine, children aged five to 11 will be eligible to book their appointment to receive the vaccine beginning Tuesday, November 23, 2021.

The Ontario government says this is part of its strategy to keep the province’s schools open for in-person learning ...

evcharging2Mr. Premier,

Your messaging around electric vehicles is very confusing.

On one hand, you support ramping up electric vehicle production in Ontario as well as the mining of rare earth minerals in the Rim of Fire that are needed for EVs.

On the other hand, when asked if your government will consider ...

classroomPlanning is already underway for education funding for the 2022-23 school year, and the Ministry of Education is looking for input from stakeholders on five key areas:

Mental health supports: Are Ministry supports helping school ...

Bill DavisA memorial service to celebrate the life of the Honourable Premier William G. Davis, PC, CC, O. Ont, QC, will be held at Roy Thomson Hall at 11:00 a.m. on November 4, 2021. The Lieutenant Governor of Ontario, Premier of Ontario, Mayors of Toronto and Brampton, along with family members and friends, will ...


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