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An Ontario school bus driver is facing charges after reportedly driving a short distance with a child caught in its doors.

According to Brant County Ontario Provincial Police (OPP), the incident occurred on Tuesday, November 1, 2022, at approximately 3:56 p.m. with officers responding to a police assist call in the community of Mount Pleasant.

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Several people injured in Tuesday's mass shooting at Robb Elementary School have died as a result of their injuries, pushing the death toll in Uvalde, Texas, close to what happened 10 years ago in Newtown, Connecticut, at Sandy Hook Elementary School.

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Exam season is almost upon us and what better way to get the study sesh going with some much-needed coffee, some wifi, and chill vibes. Cue the lo-fi study music.

There are so many cafes in Toronto to study at, but Yelp crowned these coffee shops as some of the best in the city to get your study on.

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Deciding where to go to college is one of the biggest decisions a teenager has to make in their lives, ultimately having an impact on everything from future earnings and potential student loan debt to which opportunities they’ll be afforded to network with alumni.

While every student wants to get the best education they possibly can, there are also other considerations to take into account: location, size, diversity, their field of study, whether they want to study abroad... the list goes on. While most best-college lists tend to be topped with the same handful of expensive Ivy League schools, the U.S. is home to more than 4,000 degree-granting schools with amazing education offerings for every college-bound high school senior.

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If you were excited to get your kids out of the house and into Ontario schools this week, don't hold your breath.

Premier Doug Ford announced in a press conference on Monday, January 3 that Ontario schools will be delaying in-person learning until "at least January 17," despite the fact that the Ontario government reassured folks that schools would reopen on January 5.

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