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To that end, we are also working on a brand-new digital digest of these cases.
The Open Meetings Digest will be a fully searchable, easy-to-use database of the hundreds of decisions we have made in closed meeting investigations since 2008.
“The Route of the Problem” examined the Toronto District and Toronto Catholic District school boards’ oversight of student busing, and their response to delays and disruptions at the start of the 2016-2017 school year.
As you might recall, early in the 2016 school year, we began to receive complaints about Toronto families experiencing chronic busing delays, and parents who were scrambling to get their children to school when their buses didn’t show up at all.
We are delighted to be revealing our brand-new website to the public today.
After months of work, this new site offers a much-improved experience for people learning about our work or looking to make a complaint. In early November, a new package of policing legislation was tabled by government.
By August 2016, numerous routes had been repeatedly revised, leaving some operators and drivers unable or unwilling to cover them.
Since I joined the office in April 2016, we’ve reported on 47 such investigations, making scores of recommendations to improve municipal governance.My investigation looked at 127 complaints, many from families who were hard hit by the busing disruption.For example, several young children with special needs went missing for hours after being dropped off at the wrong stops.As we head into December, watch for our top 10 moments of 2017, which will be released in a few short weeks at the end of the year.And don’t forget to stay up to date by following us on Twitter, Facebook, and Linked In, and signing up for our newsletter.