Ontario voters say no to school bond – again

For the second time in two years, Ontario voters have turned down money for expanding and refurbishing schools, according to final election results.

The measure for a $25 million bond wasn’t close: 59% (1,474) no to 41% (1,023) yes.

In 2017, Ontario voters turned down a $24 million proposal 54% to 46%.

Tuesday’s failure likely means schools won’t get the security . . .

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