| 02 2014 - Unifor raises school bus concerns in new report|
TORONTO, Sept. 2, 2014 /CNW/ - As another school year begins, Unifor has today written to the Premier of Ontario and the Minister of Education, alerting them to serious problems with how school bus contracts are awarded across the province, and is releasing a new report on the issue. "Parents need to trust that when they put their children on a bus in the morning that everything is being done to ...
| 02 2014 - Arts & Entertainment SEE MORE|
MIDLAND – The Midland Civitans “Stuff the Bus” food drive was held on... TORONTO - Drivers in Ontario could soon face much stiffer penalties for texting behind the wheel, as the governing Liberals are set to reintroduce a bill that would boost the maximum fine to $1,000.
| 30 2014 - The road to school starts with safety|
THORNHILL, ON, Aug. 29, 2014 /CNW/ - As summer draws to a close and the classroom bell rings in the new school year, over 800,000 students across Ontario will ride the bus back to school. Remember to slow down in school zones Come to a complete stop for school buses when red lights are flashing CAA School Safety Patrollers dedicate over 3.45 million volunteer hours each year helping their fellow ...
| 28 2014 - Stop for school buses|
West Region Ontario Provincial Police is gearing up for this year’s back-to-school season by encouraging everyone to be vigilant and patient when you encounter school buses.
| 28 2014 - School buses back in action with precious cargo on board|
MANITOULIN – Members of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Manitoulin Detachment remind motorists that area students will be back in school on September 3, 2014. The return of students to classes also means the return of school buses.
| 28 2014 - Drivers not stopping for school buses|
Ontario Provincial Police are gearing up for the back-to-school season by encouraging people to be vigilant and patient when encountering school buses.
| 24 2014 - Commission OKs bus facility grant|
ONTARIO — The Malheur Council on Aging and Community Service was approved Friday for ConnectOregon V funding to expand the bus depot area at its office, along with 35 other projects in Oregon.
| 21 2014 - New transit pass created for St. Lawrence College students|
CORNWALL, Ontario - Cornwall Transit has partnered with the St. Lawrence College Cornwall Student Union to offer a new semester bus pass for students at the Cornwall campus. The passes will cost $125 per semester and will allow for unlimited travel on all of Cornwall Transit’s conventional bus ...
| 19 2014 - Bombardier (Go Transit) workers ratify new collective agreement|
The agreement provides stability to Ontario's public transit users and to the Teamsters' unionized workers… TORONTO, Aug. 19, 2014 /CNW/ - The workers of Bombardier (which operate GO Transit) ratified a new collective agreement on August 15 after 20 months of bargaining that began in fall 2012. "The negotiation was far from easy but we absolutely wanted to avoid any interruption of service for ...
| 17 2014 - Commission will weigh bus facility grant Friday|
ONTARIO — The Oregon Transportation Commission is meeting Thursday and Friday in Ontario, and high on its Friday agenda will be final approval of projects recommended for funding under ConnectOregon V
| 14 2014 - Ontario teachers already looking ahead to snow days|
It may be deep summer, but Ontario teachers are talking snow days. The Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario has voted this week to recommend boards close schools whenever buses are cancelled for bad weather, to spare staff having to drive on dangerous roads. “No one’s looking for days off, but we want the same measure of concern for teachers as students, and if it’s not safe for buses ...
| 13 2014 - Woman ticketed after Canandaigua crash|
Canandaigua, N.Y. â A Livonia woman has been ticketed after a three-car crash Tuesday. The accident happened on State Route 5 & 20. Ontario County Sheriffâs Office says 21-year-old Ashley McCaffrey fell asleep at the wheel, crossed the center lane, and struck an Ontario County ARC bus. ...
| 02 2014 - Rick Springfield leads off Hot Summer Night at Ontario arena|
Rick Springfield, the musician behind the No. 1 hit "Jessie's Girl" who also famously portrayed Dr. Noah Drake in "General Hospital," doesn't like to dwell on his past success. Springfield will perform at the KOLA Hot Summer Night event with Eddie Money, Little River Band and Mick Rhodes & The Hard Eight at the Citizens Business Bank Arena in Ontario on Thursday ...
| July 29 2014 - Careless Johnny Rockets Employee Disses the Queen of Soul|
Aretha Franklin Aretha Franklin, along with her entourage, was riding on the freeway that presumably goes by the Ontario side of Niagara Falls, when she asked the tour bus to pull over so she could get a Cherry Coke and a cheeseburger from Johnny Rockets. Apparently this is something the 72-year-old Queen of Soul does often , which is why she says she was all the more insulted when told she ...
| July 29 2014 - Bus excursions visit four wineries in Nova Scotia's Annapolis Valley|
WOLFVILLE, N.S. - Nova Scotia wineries, concentrated in the Annapolis Valley, have something that their bigger cousins in Ontario's Niagara Region and B.C.'s Okanagan Valley lack: seaside proximity. A vineyard visit in Nova Scotia wine country means you're never more than 20 kilometres from the ...