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Ontario has ‘no plans’ to close schools for special needs students (CBC)

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Ontario says there are no plans to close residential schools for special needs students, but the Liberal government issued conflicting statements Monday about the schools' future.

Parents and staff protested after the government halted admissions for this fall, while it consulted on the future of schools in Belleville, Milton, Ottawa and London for students who are deaf, blind or have severe learning disabilities.

Read the full article on the CBC website.

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