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<b>COVID-19:</b> Why teachers' expertise matters in the coronavirus pandemic, and always

COVID-19: Why teachers' expertise matters in the coronavirus pandemic, and always

While schools are closed, parents are asked to teach and facilitate learning at home, which may become a major source of stress
<b>COVID-19:</b> Social video games to play during the coronavirus quarantine

COVID-19: Social video games to play during the coronavirus quarantine

Video games can be played across distances with new and old friends, as a family and for learning
<b>CANADA:</b> How e-voting could close the political gender gap

CANADA: How e-voting could close the political gender gap

Allowing MPs to vote electronically would go a long way to promoting gender equity in Canadian politics, says McMaster Political Science student
<b>LIVE:</b> Premier Doug Ford provides latest COVID-19 update

LIVE: Premier Doug Ford provides latest COVID-19 update

Premier Doug Ford's latest COVID-19 update
<b>LIVE:</b> Prime Minister Justin Trudeau provides COVID-19 update

LIVE: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau provides COVID-19 update

Village Media will carry the livestream
<b>COVID-19:</b> Children's grief in coronavirus quarantine may look like anger

COVID-19: Children's grief in coronavirus quarantine may look like anger

Children may be struggling with feelings of abandonment and a loss of security in their lives
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> Baking, cooking among creative ways to teach math at home

BEYOND LOCAL: Baking, cooking among creative ways to teach math at home

Think dice games, cooking fractions and ratios with chocolate milk
<b>CANADA:</b> Nova Scotia families seek to certify class action against mass killer's estate

CANADA: Nova Scotia families seek to certify class action against mass killer's estate

Lawyer says that as of Friday morning, nine families are seeking compensation
<b>ONTARIO:</b> AEFO ratifies agreement with government

ONTARIO: AEFO ratifies agreement with government

The three-year collective agreements will be effective Sept. 1 2019 through to Aug. 21, 2022
<b>COVID-19:</b> Ontario eases restrictions, allowing sports training facilities to open

COVID-19: Ontario eases restrictions, allowing sports training facilities to open

Lisa MacLeod said pro sport training facilities can reopen, provided their respective leagues have health and safety protocols in response to COVID-19