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Andrea Elgar, Kimberley, and Madeline
Andrea Elgar, left to right, walks her daughters Kimberley, 11, and Madeline, 13, home after being dropped off by the school bus. The sisters spend...
20 hours ago | Add Comment | OurWindsor.Ca

Rural Ontario school closings hit communities hard

Kristin Rushowy

Students forced to spend hours on bus each day, missing out on extracurricular activities

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Health Care | Jan 22, 2017
Humber College student residence

Students recovering from possible Norovirus outbreak at Humber College

Lab results are still pending in Toronto Public Health’s investigation into the outbreak of a stomach flu-like illness that...

Etobicoke Guardian
Health Care | Jan 22, 2017
Humber College student residence

Public health officials say nearly 200 affected by mystery illness at Humber College

The number of people sickened by a mysterious outbreak at Humber College has risen to nearly 200 as officials race to figure...

Etobicoke Guardian | by Emma McIntosh and Fakiha Baig
Columns | Jan 20, 2017
Warren (Smokey) Thomas

College presidents make a play to overpay themselves: Cohn

It’s the gamification of compensation by high-fliers, thanks to their enablers on college boards

OurWindsor.Ca | by Martin Regg Cohn
News | Jan 20, 2017
Humber College student residence

UPDATE: Humber College students' illness still a mystery, says hospital

Some of the 77 Humber College students are back in their residence Friday following treatment in hospital Thursday, Jan. 19...

Etobicoke Guardian
Education | Jan 19, 2017
St. Clair College

Funding announced for national powerline training centre at St. Clair's Chatham campus

The Thames Campus of St. Clair College will have an 8,000 sqaure-foot training centre for the powerline technician program in...

OurWindsor.Ca | by Tom Morrison
Ontario | Jan 18, 2017
Matthews

Ontario college presidents seek massive pay hikes

But post-secondary minister warns they should be comparing their salaries to one another, not big corporate bosses.

Hamilton Spectator | by Kristin Rushowy
Jan 17, 2017

Teachers’ union raises alarm over rising violence in schools

ETFO calls for more supports for kids with behavioural issues

OurWindsor.Ca | 1 Comment | by Andrea Gordon
Jan 12, 2017

New $30.3 million science research facility coming to University of Windsor

The federal government has announced funding towards a new science research facility at the University of Windsor.

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Tom Morrison
Jan 10, 2017

School fundraising has limited impact on student test scores: Study

But critics argue money raised by school community has big impact on quality of education

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Andrea Gordon
Jan 03, 2017

Studying Canadian identity through . . . Drake

Western University media studies student introduces her profs to the music of ‘Drizzy’

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Tara Deschamps
Dec 29, 2016

Punjabi show host faces backlash for derogatory remarks about Indian students

A Toronto-based Punjabi television show host is under fire after he passed some derogatory remarks about female international...

South Asian Focus | 13 Comments | by Nouman Khalil
Dec 28, 2016

Fake crime, real learning at quiet UOIT campus house in Oshawa

House dedicated to staging mock crime scenes is just another part of a hands-on education for UOIT students in...

Oshawa This Week | Add Comment | by Jackie Hong
Dec 23, 2016

Study argues publicly funding Catholic schools political

Discussion on merging school boards in Ontario is often cut short by the Constitution card.

Mississauga News | 8 Comments | by Jason Spencer
Dec 21, 2016

Students, parents warned of privacy risks with education apps

Ontario’s privacy commissioner says teachers, families need to be aware of information provided and what it’s being used for

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Kristin Rushowy
Dec 21, 2016

York Region teacher loses licence for not disclosing child porn convictions

The Ontario College of Teachers Discipline Committee has found Alistair Martin-Smith guilty of misconduct when he failed to...

Aurora Banner | Add Comment | by Teresa Latchford
Dec 20, 2016

U of G prof’s book makes Canada Reads longlist

A University of Guelph philosophy professor is in the running for the 2017 Canada Reads.

Guelph Mercury | Add Comment

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