Tuesday, September 27, 2011
The 88-members of the Ontario Nurse's Assocation are among those at ten C-C-A-C's across Ontario that could be in a strike position October 3.
Mediated talks are planned for this week.
Workload and wages are among the issues.
While the numbers won't be finalized for another month, director of Education Phylis Eikre says their numbers are up by about 60 students.
She says a large part of the increase is due to the addition of all-junior kindergarten classes at Pope John Paul.
Current enrolment at the separate school board is 15 hundred and 89 students.
A company had expressed interest in buying the mill, but was unable to secure a wood supply from the province.
The mill, which has been down for the past three years, was placed into receivership at the beginning of the year.
The new labels will cover 75 per cent of cigarette packages outlining the risk of smoking. All cigarette packages will now include graphic pictures like that of a cancer-infected mouth, and of Barb Tarbox. She was an anti-smoking activist before dying of lung cancer at the age of 42.
Health advocates have praised the campaign, but were suspicious about the government's resolve to implement it.