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2021年5月12日
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孟晚舟案续审,看懂引渡的司法程序Meeting ID: 528 019 5833
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2021年3月04日
确实是八点开始。
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孟晚舟案续审,看懂引渡的司法程序Meeting ID: 528 019 5833
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2021年3月04日
今晚八点开始。
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2021年1月03日
回复这位网友。 不知道这里能够写多少内容。 Teachers and parents painted cars with messages on Saturday, Jan. 2, and circled Queen’s Park to press the provincial government for paid sick days and other supports they say lower-income workers need urgently. Without those supports, including rent relief and a new moratorium on residential evictions, Ontario’s current school closures will make things harder for thousands of Ontario families, protesters said afterwards. “We were trying to emphasize that (Premier Doug) Ford could be making very different choices right now,” said Melanie Wilson, a Toronto high school teacher and member of Ontario Education Workers United (OEWU). Elementary schools are set to reopen Jan. 14, with in-person secondary classes resuming start Jan. 25, but as reported COVID-19 cases hit another high, 3,363, protesters warned the holiday school shutdown could be extended further. “I do support school closures if they’re necessary to keep kids and families safe, but we need to make sure families are supported while their kids are home,” said Rachel Huot, an organizer of the Ontario Parent Action Network whose two children at public school in the former City of York. Her group has pushed for smaller class sizes and more COVID-19 testing in schools, but Huot said paid sick days would also make schools safer because people in precarious jobs could afford days off when they are ill. “People don’t have that money to give up,” she said. The province’s moratorium on evictions, which protected tenants through the spring, was lifted last summer. Protesters on Saturday afternoon, who first gathered at the University of Toronto’s Hart House Circle for speeches, were calling for seven paid universal sick days, plus 14 during pandemics. This lockdown will also cause layoffs of Occasional Teachers and other precariously employed education workers. OEWU said the school closures will cause some hardship for occasional teachers and Wilson said some custodians fear they will be laid off if they continue.
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