April 20th, 2017
Burlington isn’t the only city with school closing issues.
Parents in the Niagara Region have their concerns and have arranged for a bus load of people to attend the Queen’s Park school closure rally taking place April 26th.
If you would like to join that group there appears to be some space on their bus. They’re willing to stop in Burlington, possibly at the Holiday Inn, and it would save people a lot of hassle.
They are hoping to get some people from Burlington to join them and reached out to Denise Davy who passed the request along to the Gazette – and we are passing it along to you.
The Niagara people are willing to stop in Burlington, possibly at the Holiday Inn and pick up anyone who wants to take part.
The rally is being organized by the Ontario Association Against School Closures and will be held on Wednesday, April 26th from noon until 2 p.m. on the front lawn at Queen’s Park.
The bus will come through Burlington around 10.30 or 11. Location is still to be decided as the details are being firmed up.
For more information and to book a (free) seat, contact Nicole at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 905-730-9959.
If you decide to take the trip – let us know – we’d like to talk to you when you get back.
There is more information on the rally on the Ontario Association Against School Closures Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/oaasc/