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The Engineering Student Societies’ Council of Ontario (ESSCO) facilitates communications between 16 engineering student societies (“EngSocs” or “ESS’s”) in Ontario.
ESSCO Annual General Meeting 2017 Pre-Delegate Package University of Waterloo June 1st – 4th 1|Page Welcome Dear Delegate, The University of Waterloo Engineering Society would like to invite you to participate in the Engineering Student Societies’ Council of Ontario Annual General Meeting, or ESSCO AGM 2017.
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For immediate release TEACH FOR CANADA ANNOUNCES SUPPORT FROM THE GOVERNMENT OF ONTARIO TORONTO, March 5 — Northern and Indigenous communities in Ontario will soon benefit from additional support for teacher recruitment, preparation and retention, Teach For Canada and the Government of Ontario announced today.
PETITION TO the Legislative Assembly of Ontario ‐ WHEREAS – Multiple breaches of trust including the selloff of public assets (Hydro One) without referendum, Costly Green Energy initiatives forcibly bestowed on unwilling hosts, unpopular sex ed curriculum, payouts to teachers unions, HST, ORPP, death tax, and the lack of a RECALL trigger to correct these actions. WE the undersigned petition the Legislative Assembly of Ontario as follows. Enact a recall mechanism such as Randy Hillier’s Bill 89 so WE THE PUBLIC can initiate via petition a RECALL ELECTION when a MPP breaches the trust of his/her constituents. We likewise DEMAND THE LEADERS OF THE OPPOSITION make this an issue in the 42nd Ontario General Election. NAME (PRINTED) ADDRESS (PRINTED) SIGNATURE WE the undersigned petition the Legislative Assembly of Ontario as follows. Enact a recall mechanism such as Randy Hillier’s Bill 89 so WE THE PUBLIC can initiate via petition a RECALL ELECTION when a MPP breaches the trust of his/her constituents. We likewise DEMAND THE LEADERS OF THE OPPOSITION make this an issue in the 42nd Ontario General Election NAME (PRINTED) ADDRESS (PRINTED) SIGNATURE
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Media Representation of First Nations Water Issues in Canada Jordan de Jong April 8th, 2016 Western University London, Ontario 2 Table of Contents Page(s) Introduction ____________________________________________________________________________ (3) Contaminants in the water ________________________________________________________________ (4) E.
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