The first day of school will be September 5.

On September 7, the new school year begins, and the school day will start at 10:00 a.m.

Teachers and other school staff will start work on September 8.

The school year starts on September 9.

In the last year, the school year started on September 6.

On Sept. 9, the federal government will be in session and it will be open to the public.

The first thing that the government is doing is setting up a special task force to work with teachers and staff.

The task force will include representatives from the provinces, municipalities, and other stakeholders, and they will also be in charge of making sure that teachers are able to get back to work, and are being well prepared for their work.

In a statement on Tuesday, the Department of Education said it is working to ensure that students have access to a full range of activities throughout the school term.

“There will be activities on a number of levels, including a wide range of physical and mental health, educational and social learning, and cultural learning,” the department said in a statement.

“We also plan to have a wide variety of opportunities for students to interact with each other.

These activities are a critical part of our ongoing efforts to ensure a high quality of learning for all our students.”

Schools are scheduled to open on Monday and Tuesday, with the last day for children to leave school on Tuesday.

Schools are also open on Wednesday and Thursday.

On Friday, the government will introduce legislation to make it easier for people who have been incarcerated to get work permits, and to make sure that employers can get temporary foreign workers.

The bill, which is expected to be introduced in the fall, will also establish a mechanism for temporary foreign worker workers who have lost their jobs to return home to their home countries.

“As this bill is introduced, the Canadian Forces will also begin a series of initiatives to strengthen the skills and abilities of temporary foreign labour to perform tasks that are most critical to our national security and economic prosperity,” the statement said.

“The new legislation will ensure that temporary foreign labourers can return to Canada and resume their jobs as quickly as possible and that employers will be able to apply for temporary work permits for these workers.”

The government has also released guidelines for teachers to keep in mind when they have to teach in the school.

The guidelines say that teachers should take their responsibilities to be responsible and respectful of all students seriously and to act with integrity, not only to their students but to the wider community.

They also say that, while teachers may not always be required to participate in a class discussion, they should do so whenever they are not required to do so.

“Students, staff and parents are responsible for understanding what is expected of them and what they are expected to do,” the guidelines said.

A number of provinces and territories are planning to introduce measures in the coming months that will encourage teachers to teach at home.

The federal government announced a $2.5 billion pilot project in September that will allow teachers to return to their classrooms when they are off-duty, when they work at home and when they live in a school.

In December, the Liberal government announced that it will spend $8.5 million to help schools and colleges set up a “local education community” to provide support and mentoring for teachers, and provide extra teachers on site to assist with social and academic activities.

The Liberal government also announced it is setting aside $10 million over five years to create a new $10-million funding stream to help provinces and municipalities establish an “academy” for teachers and other staff to develop new teaching strategies and methods to support learning.

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