English-speaking groups want the government to hit pause on school board reform

  Global News 

Image source : globalnews.ca

The Alliance for the Promotion of Public English-Language Education in Quebec is urging the government to delay the adoption of Bill 40 to allow for further analysis.

▶ Full story on globalnews.ca
Advertisements
▼ Related news : 

Global News  

National Post  

National Post  

Financial Post  

Canadian Business  

CP24  

Edmonton Journal  

Global News  

Winnipeg Free Press  

Global News  

National Post  

National Post  

National Post  

The Star  
Latest news and headlines !
  "Edmonton isn't known for making drugs," Dr. Robert Foster said. "But we stuck with it and we did it."
  “The company adopted an unusual, unlawful and dishonest practice by artificially inflating the prices of contracts, paying bribes and misappropriating...
  Survivors of sexual assault in Quebec will soon have greater access to legal aid as part of a new pilot project in the province.
  Washington Redskins interim coach Bill Callahan didn’t know the severity of Derrius Guice’s knee injury on Monday afternoon, but it’s significant enough to already rule out the running...
  Kingston police say the vehicle may have damage to the front end.
  Rory McIlroy has ruled out playing in Saudi Arabia next month, saying he has no interest in contesting the Jan. 30-Feb. 2 tournament that has offered lavish...
  Cavan Monaghan and Peterborough mayors are trying to find a scenario that works for both municipalities for the city-owned airport, located in...
  Rudy Giuliani didn’t get the job he expected. But as unpaid personal counsel to the president and for-profit peddler of access and advice, he got the spotlight.
  Washington Nationals right-hander Stephen Strasburg has a deal in place to remain with the World Series champions, multiple media outlets reported on Monday. ESPN’s Jeff...
  The sound of punches and kicks landing on pads echoed through the room while about two dozen Winnipeg women came together for a free self defence class Sunday
  Waterloo Regional Police say they seized a large quantity of suspected drugs and money from the car stolen car.
  The Progressive Conservative government's spring budget had planned successive budget cuts for legal aid, with the funding set to be...
About latestcanada.com - Privacy & Terms -
Copyright © 2015 www.latestcanada.com