01.12.2011 [Lexology (registration)] - In a recent arbitral decision involving the Peterborough Victoria Northumberland and Clarington Catholic DistrictSchool Board and Ontario English Catholic Teachers' Association, the sufficiency of evidence was considered by an arbitrator when
01.12.2011 [Lexology (registration)] - In this case, the Applicant, through his mother as litigation guardian, alleged that he was not sufficiently accommodated when attending an elementary school of the Toronto DistrictSchool Board. Some of the allegations made in the Application were
01.12.2011 [Lexology (registration)] - When the Thunder Bay Catholic DistrictSchool Board refused to pay for a digital hearing aid for a severely hearing impaired teacher, the Ontario English Catholic Teachers' Association grieved the denial, arguing that the Board had failed in its duty
The JDL, Canadian Hindu Advocacy, Christian Heritage party and Rev. Paul Costa held a press conference to announce a protest at Toronto DistrictSchool Board Head Quarters on July... - 07.19.2011, YouTube
30.11.2011 [The Westmorland Gazette] - STAFF from a Lake Districtschool had an encounter with TV presenter and Monty Python star Michael Palin at an event at Windermere's Merewood Hotel. Sarah Hodgson, head of the subject at John Ruskin secondary school at Coniston and teacher Rebecca
30.11.2011 [Pressitt (press release)] - Dr. Mary Anne ChambersSenior Vice-President (retired)Scotiabank Dr. Bill HogarthDirector of Education (retired)York Region DistrictSchool Board Roberto SbrugneraSenior Director Treasury, Risk and Investor RelationsMetro Inc. For over 55 years
24.11.2011 [Mondaq News Alerts (registration)] - A recent case of the Ontario Court of Appeal, Waterloo Region DistrictSchool Board v. CRD Construction Ltd.,  OJ No. 5358 (Ont. CA) ("CRD Construction") has received much attention of late. The issue on this Appeal was whether, under section 18
17.11.2011 [CTV.ca] - Sheila Cary-Meagher, a Toronto DistrictSchool Board trustee, told Canada AM that the decision was made after a parent complained about suffering a concussion following a hit to the head by a soccer ball. "I think the principal had been trying very
02.12.2011 [CTV.ca] - Toronto DistrictSchool Board trustees appointed Chris Bolton as chairman for a second one-year term Thursday, while handing the No. 2 spot to a relative newcomer. Bolton, who has served as trustee for Ward 10 (Trinity-Spadina) since 2003
28.11.2011 [CTV.ca] - OSHAWA, Ont. — Trustees of the Catholic DistrictSchool Board in Durham Region will discuss rising hemlines at their meeting today. There's a proposal on the agenda to consider a ban on kilts as part of the school day uniform.
17.11.2011 [CTV.ca] - The Toronto DistrictSchool Board approved a secondary Africentric Alternative School by a vote of 14 to 6 during a meeting Wednesday night. The location of the school has not been determined, but staff said they plan on having the school in place
21.11.2011 [Leighton Buzzard Today] - A LEIGHTON taxi driver who is owed two months of fares has called on contractors, Central Beds Council, to stump up the cash or the district's school runs could be thrown into turmoil. Geoff Thompson is one of a number of taxi drivers throughout the
02.12.2011 [CTV.ca] - Talks are also due with the Canada Revenue Agency and the Toronto DistrictSchool Board. The board also noted that the City of Toronto -- which has been cutting its budget since the election last year of Mayor Rob Ford -- appears headed for "conflict
01.12.2011 [CTV.ca] - Martin is still employed by the Durham Catholic DistrictSchool Board and says he wants to return to work as soon as possible. He added that his focus is on seeing his three- and six-year-old children, but that he understands his return will be
24.11.2011 [CTV.ca] - Martin is still employed by the Durham Catholic DistrictSchool Board but it is unclear whether he will be returning to his job. After his arrest last December, Paul Martin remained in custody for the next four months, but was granted bail in April.
23.11.2011 [CTV.ca] - About 40 people, including a dozen kids from Grades 1 to 5, joined a picket line outside the York Region DistrictSchool Board offices in Aurora, spokeswoman Christine Marrin said. Parents are concerned that Wi-Fi could be exposing their children to