Category: Education

Brett Brochu and Luke Evangelista named to Team Canada world junior selection camp – London

Team Canada’s roster for the world junior hockey championship provides a seat at an elite table. On Wednesday morning, two members of the London Knights walked through the dining room door. Both captain Luke Evangelista and number one goaltender Brett Brochu were named to the roster for Team Canada’s final selection camp, which will be […]

PTSD among Ontario Provincial Police officers contributing to staffing shortages: auditor general

By Staff The Canadian Press Posted December 1, 2021 10:57 am Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font Increase article font size A+ TORONTO — Ontario’s auditor general says medical leave taken by Ontario Provincial Police officers with post-traumatic stress disorder is contributing significantly to understaffing at detachments across the province. The audit […]

Quantity and quality of education for detained Ontario youth varies: report

TORONTO — The quantity and quality of education offered to youth in Ontario’s detention centres varies greatly by facility, and the COVID-19 pandemic has only heightened those discrepancies, according to a new report by the Canadian Civil Liberties Association. The report, based on interviews with youth who spent time in facilities and adults involved in […]

Anonymous donor to match up to $1.5M in donations for Y.O.U.’s Joan’s Place in London, Ont. – London

On Giving Tuesday, a global movement meant to encourage generosity, Youth Opportunities Unlimited (Y.O.U.) in London, Ont., has announced that an anonymous donor has committed to matching $1.5 million in donations for its Joan’s Place campaign. Fundraising for Joan’s Place, which will support youth, young mothers and mothers-to-be who are either experiencing homelessness or at […]

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