Friday Mar 7
The London Free Press
Teacher suspended after making girl eat food from trash
SIMCOE, Ont. - An Ontario teacher accused of making an eight-year-old girl eat food that had been thrown in the garbage is off the job until further notice.
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Thu Mar 06, 2014
Teacher relieved of duties after making student eat banana pulled from trash
A teacher accused of making a Grade 3 student eat a banana that had been pulled out of a garbage can has been relieved of her duties.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Meet a Toronto Mayor: John George Bowes
Each month in the run-up to the municipal election on October 27, Torontoist will profile one of the 64 people who served as Mayor of Toronto-people who shaped the city, displayed colourful personalities, or managed to do both.
Port Dover Maple Leaf
Pat Grant named Citizen of the Year
Pat Grant of Briarlea Cres. has been named Port Dover Citizen of the Year 2014. Mrs. Grant said when Board of Trade committee member Pam Schneider delivered the news to her on Monday "I said why, why me?" - typical of the woman who has never stopped helping people since she and husband Murray moved to Port Dover in 1978.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
The Globe and Mail
Matters of principal: What makes a great one - and why few want the job
The Globe and Mail took a closer look at the careers of five principals: Leslie Lee of Victoria's George Jay Elementary School; Sheldon Barry of Holy Heart of Mary High School in St. John's; Andrea McAuley of R.H. Cornish Public School in Port Perry, Ont.; John-Paul Elliott of St. Joseph Catholic Elementary School in Gananoque, Ont.; and Lorraine ... (more)
Mon Feb 24, 2014
New Tecumseth Free Press
Alliston car wash suit against County hinges on unanswered questions
The owner of Willies Car & Van Wash Ltd in Alliston is in jeopardy of losing his bid for compensation plus interest from Simcoe County, because of missed deadlines to answer questions as part of the pre-hearing examination process for the application to the Ontario Municipal Board under section 26 of the Expropriations Act.
Thu Feb 20, 2014
Canada's New Cannabis Era
Well, this is a first: I take off my shoes and replace them with sterilized sandals.
Wed Feb 19, 2014
Sharing her Inuit culture
By JESSE COLE Staff Writer Her forefathers were some of the first Europeans to traverse the rugged landscape of the Canadian north and they were also some of the native indigenous people of that north.
Wed Feb 12, 2014
New Tecumseth Free Press
Uncertain fate for Simcoe Parts site as HCM moves to direct delivery
Simcoe Parts Service is moving its operations from the south side of Industrial Parkway to the new addition under construction at Honda of Canada Manufacturing Plant 2 eliminating a middle step in the automaker's just in time parts delivery chain.
Tue Feb 11, 2014
The Hill Times
Feds want House committee hearings into elections law overhaul bill done by May 1
Facing a virtual opposition revolt over radical changes to Canada's federal election law and new provisions that threaten the independence and freedom of the chief electoral officer, the government on Tuesday promised at least a dozen witness hearings on the legislation that could stretch into May. Canada's Chief Electoral Officer Marc Mayrand and ... (more)