Returning to School Must Include French

Press Release

CPF Ontario is aware of the proposal made by the TDSB and are following up with the Minister of Education and his Parliamentary Assistant. An open letter was sent to Minister Lecce in response to his announcement on June 20, 2020, on Ontario’s back-to-school plans for September. To view the open letter, click here.

CPF Ontario issues a press release –  “Returning to School Must Include French”.


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