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Some Toronto full-day kindergarten classrooms are still not ready for the start of the school year. (3)
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One Encore ticket worth $100,000 was sold in Toronto. (8)
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All Beer Stores and LCBO locations are closed on Monday. (1)
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"Why aren't these schools ready??? It's not that this was decided at the last minute. These schools knew what was required for their schools to implement the changes due to having full day kindergarten. If I were a parent at any of these schools, I'd be furious!! Heads should be rolling at the board level. I'd be curious to see if these are just local TDSB issues or are there other problems around the province. The problem is that at the end of the day, the teachers, the board and anyone in education could care less about the kids and it's all about the union's deep pockets. No one will be fired because guess what, the unions are way too powerful" Crazy Canuck commented in Some full-day kindergarten classrooms not ready for start of school year
"Way to take a TDSB scheduling and construction issue and turn it into a political issue against the government. It's "won", by the way. The Liberals "won the election."" Griz commented in Some full-day kindergarten classrooms not ready for start of school year