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Laurel Broten

Noted Bay Street banker, Karlyn Percil teamed up with the Toronto Police for Sexual Assault Awareness Month, sharing her personal story of child abuse via a powerful public video. I recently spoke to Percil about the challenges she has faced, as well as her personal reasons for going public with her story.
Some unions have engaged in strike action that has closed schools, restricted learning for students and created an unstable learning environment. It has been stressful and chaotic for many students and parents. Then those same union leaders asked the government not to move ahead with collective agreements, yet they had no other solutions to offer -- except more disruption. That's why, on my advice, the Lieutenant Governor in Council has put in place collective agreements for all school boards and unions that were unable to deliver ratified and approved collective agreements by the deadline.