Canada Loiret: About fifty students from the same school Victims of digestive disorders
Iran tampered with victims' electronic devices in aftermath of PS752 downing: report
OTTAWA — A new report is accusing Iranian authorities of tampering with the electronic devices and misidentifying the remains of some of the passengers killed on Ukrainian Airlines Flight 752. The findings are among new revelations contained in a lengthy report by the Association of the Families of Flight PS752 Victims that examines the Jan. 8, 2020 shootdown of the commercial airliner by the Iranian military. All 176 people on board the Kyiv-bound airliner were killed when the Boeing 737-800 was shot down by a surface-to-air missile fired by Iran's Revolutionary Guard minutes after taking off from the Tehran airport.
Cantine meal analyzes allowed to rule out the trail of food poisoningSymptoms - Analyzes of canteen meals allowed to rule out the track of food poisoning
it is not anbut of a virus. This Thursday, about 50 students from the Jean Bonnet de Saint-Jean-le-Blanc (in the ) remained at home, victim of gastrointestinal , reports . Some children have had fever, vomiting for others.
Only elementary students were affected, including some children not eating the canteen. The track of food poisoning has therefore been ruled out. What has been confirmed by analyzes carried out on food samples.
Walkerville math teacher honoured with Prime Minister's Award
Alice Aspinall’s innovative approach to teaching high school math at Walkerville Collegiate Institute has earned her a Prime Minister’s Award for teaching excellence in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM). Aspinall received a Certificate of Achievement signed by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for “making math accessible to more students, and for her innovative strategies to help students develop a greater understanding of math concepts,” according to a federal government news release announcing the awards to 68 Canadian educators. “Finding new ways to present information to students is an important part of Alice’s teaching style.
The Regional Health Agency of the Center-Val-de-Loire indicated that on Friday that it was not a collective food infection. Tap water analyzes have also reassured at that level. Students were therefore victims of a fleeing but benign gastroenteritis.
Legault blames school board after teacher with hijab forced from class under Bill 21 .
MONTREAL — Premier François Legault said Friday a school board in western Quebec should never have hired a woman who had to be removed from her teaching duties because she wears a hijab. Legault said the province's law restricting religious symbols, known as Bill 21, has been in place for more than two years and the Western Quebec School Board should have respected it. "The school board should have not hired this person in the first place, given Bill 21," he said at a news conference in Quebec City. It emerged this week that a Grade 3 teacher at Chelsea Elementary School, just north of Gatineau, Que.