Thursday, November 24, 2011
The Saints shut down University of Toronto Schools this afternoon in two straight sets.
In their first match they got by the host team from Espanola two sets to one.
Lisa Doerksen has been hired as the Children's Mental Health Leader.
She will be in charge of coordinating services, identifying levels of need and developing a regional strategy.
Doerksen is currently the Director of Children's Mental Health Services for Firefly.
The Public Board was one of eight in Ontario to receive funding from the Province for the position.
Mitch Frenette made a deputation to council this week showing his appreciation.
Frenette says its a new beginning for youth in the community.
The youth council will begin meeting in the new year and the city is currently seeking five people to help make up the new committee.
The Saints Senior Boys go into the OFSAA Single "a" volleyball championships
ranked second overall.
T.A. won silver last year, and open the tournament this morning at 7:30 against
one of the host teams from Espanola.
Meanwhile, the Thomas Aquinas senior girls basketball team is in St. Catharines
for the All-Ontario Single "a" championships.
The Saints are ranked 16th out of 16 teams in the competition and play their
first game at 3:00 this afternoon against Jean Vanier from Welland.
The company cites poor market conditions for the five-week shutdown of its paper machines that starts next week.
About 100 employees will be impacted.
Operations at the kraft mill are not effected.
It's the third work stoppage at the paper mill this year