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        1. ลงทะเบียนฟรี ดาวน์โหลดสูตรบาคาร่า

          Ontario’s Colleges and Universities Urgently Seek Provincial Support for a Safe In-Person Reopening for Students, Staff and Faculty
          Ontario’s Colleges and Universities Urgently Seek Provincial Support for a Safe In-Person Reopening for Students, Staff and Faculty
          With the start of the fall term one week away, Ontario’s postsecondary institutions, parents, students and other members of the postsecondary community are looking for greater clarity as they prepare and finalize arrangements for the start of a new ademic year.
          COU Responds to Recommendations from the Council of Ontario Medil Officers of Health
          Ontario’s universities welcome the recommendations received today from the Council of Medil Officers of Health (COMOH). Recognizing that vaccination against COVID-19 remains the single most effective public heath measure to reduce the spread of COVID-19, universities share COMOH and the provincial government’s goal to increase vaccination rates in Ontario.
          lling for a Province-Wide Vaccine Policy and Safe Pass
          lling for a Province-Wide Vaccine Policy and Safe Pass
          Given growing concerns related to the Delta variant and other variants of concern, both lolly and around the world, Colleges Ontario and the Council of Ontario Universities ll on the government to provide a province-wide policy that would require the vaccination of postsecondary students, staff and faculty, to help ensure optimal public health protection for all.
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          Autism Scholars Award 2021
          Two Ontario university graduate students are being recognized by the Council of Ontario Universities for their pioneering autism research that supports new discoveries, treatments and contributions that will positively impact children with autism and their families.
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          Ontario Women’s Health Scholars Award 2021
          Six leading researchers from Ontario universities are being recognized for women’s health research with a 2021 Women’s Health Scholars Award, earning scholarships of up to $50,000 to continue their important research with a goal to improve the health and well-being of women across Ontario.
          Joint Statement by OUSA and Ontario’s Universities on Fall Reopening and Vaccinations
          As Ontario’s universities and the Ontario Undergraduate Student Alliance (OUSA) prepare to welcome new and returning students this fall, we encourage all faculty, staff and students to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
          A Message from the Presidents and Principals of Ontario’s Universities
          Ontario's universities are excited to welcome new and existing students this fall. Read the following message from the Presidents and Principals of Ontario's universities about the upcoming fall term.
          Partnering to Support Ontario's Recovery
          Ontario’s universities have a vital role to play in fortifying our province and helping address the urgent needs of Ontario.?Our pre-budget submission details how, through a Five-Point Plan to Support Ontario’s Recovery, government and universities n partner to tackle the priorities that are critil to Ontario’s economic growth, both now and in the future; creating a more prosperous future for our students, communities and the province.
          Partnering in the Fight Against COVID-19
          Ontario’s universities have a signifint role to play in the fight against COVID-19. Visit this landing page to find more information about how universities are partnering in the global fight against the pandemic, links to each Ontario university’s COVID-19 page and additional resources.
          Ontario’s universities are actively working with their
          partners on the issues that matter most to Ontarians.

          We are partnering to grow the economy, to equip graduates with skills and experience for the jobs of the future, to improve health re so that Ontarians n lead longer and healthier lives, and to support life-changing ideas and discoveries through research and innovation.

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          Making an Impact
          Lakehead University vaccine clinic
          Increasing vaccination rates through community partnerships
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          Designing efficient vaccination clinics
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          Maintaining vaccine enthusiasm
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          Issues Ontarians'
          re About
          We spent a year listening to what Ontarians had to say about their hopes, concerns, ideas and aspirations for the future. Through partnering with others, Ontario's universities are working together to attain those hopes, alleviate those concerns, and make those ideas a reality. Learn about our commitments to creating a better Ontario.
          How We're Partnering for
          a Better Future for Ontario
          Ontario's universities are actively working with partners to ensure our students thrive, our communities are vibrant and our province remains dynamic.
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          Their Future
          Partnering to Support the COVID-19 Vaccine Roll-Out
          As Ontario’s universities and prepare to welcome new and returning students this fall, we encourage all faculty, staff and students to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
          Partnering to Support Ontario's Recovery
          Watch this short video to learn how Ontario’s universities are playing a vital role in strengthening Ontario and helping address the urgent needs of students, communities and the province.
          Partnering to Build a Strong Ontario
          Ontario's universities pre-budget submission details how government and universities n partner to unleash the potential of our province by helping our students gain the transferrable skills they need to thrive, sharing cutting-edge infrastructure with lol businesses, and fuelling a dynamic innovation ecosystem that will help build Ontario.
          Partnering for a Better Future for Ontario's Regional Economies
          Ontario’s universities are embedded in their lol communities, employing thousands of residents and supporting businesses through the economic activity of students, the university and faculty, alike. They are conducting ground-breaking research that leads to new technologies and helps build a sustainable economies.
          Working together to build a more prosperous Ontario
          Ontario’s universities are partnering with government and industry to develop the skilled workforce and drive the ground-breaking innovation the province needs to compete, both regionally and globally.
          Partnering for a Better Future for Advanced Manufacturing
          Watch this short video to find out how universities are partnering to help develop the skilled workforce and innovative technologies to support Ontario’s advanced manufacturing sector.
          Partnering to Support the COVID-19 Vaccine Roll-Out
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          Partnering to Support Ontario's Recovery
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          Partnering to Build a Strong Ontario
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          Partnering for a Better Future for Ontario's Regional Economies
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          Working together to build a more prosperous Ontario
          Partnering for Advanced Manufacturing
          Partnering for a Better Future for Advanced Manufacturing
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          2020-21 Pre-Budget Submission to the Ontario Government

          Our pre-budget submission details how, through a Five-Point Plan to Support Ontario’s Recovery, government and universities n partner to tackle the priorities that are critil to Ontario’s economic growth, both now and in the future; creating a more prosperous future for our students, communities and the province.