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Here is which northeastern Ontario school boards are closed Friday and which ones are open

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As the CUPE education support worker strike prompts a mass walkout across the province, here is the list of school boards in northeastern Ontario that are closing and which ones are staying open.

ENGLISH PUBLIC

Algoma District School Board (Sault Ste. Marie): Will be open

District School Board North East (Timmins): Will be open

Near North District School Board (North Bay): Will be open

Rainbow District School Board (Sudbury): Will be closed

FRENCH PUBLIC

Conseil scolaire de district du Grand Nord de l'Ontario CSPGNO (Sudbury): Will be open

Conseil scolaire de district du Nord-Est de l'Ontario (North Bay): Will be closed if there’s a strike

ENGLISH CATHOLIC

Huron Superior Catholic District School Board (Sault Ste. Marie): Will be closed

Nipissing-Parry Sound Catholic District School Board (North Bay): Will be open

Northeastern Catholic District School Board (Timmins): Will be closed if there is a strike

Sudbury Catholic District School Board (Sudbury): Will be open

FRENCH CATHOLIC

Conseil scolaire catholique du Nouvel-Ontario CSCNO (Sudbury): Will be open

Conseil scolaire catholique Franco-Nord (North Bay): Will be open as long as safety can be assured.

Here is where CUPE is picketing in northeastern ontario.

Details about the labour distruption here.

Correction

This story has been updated to correct the status of schools with the Sudbury Catholic District School Board, which will be open.

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