January 16, 2015 | By J.P. Moczulski, The Globe and Mail
Brampton: A month after City of Brampton staff stripped the crosswalk paint off the road in front of a Sikh private school, they’re back to install a new crosswalk, school-zone signs and a crossing guard – the same basic safety measures public and Catholic schools in the city have always enjoyed.
Two weeks ago, The Globe and Mail reported on a conflict involving the school, parents of students, neighbours and the city. Previously, a publicly funded Catholic school occupied the site that Khalsa Community School, a Sikh private school, now calls home. After the Catholic school closed, safety signs were removed from the site, which has caused traffic chaos at drop-off and pickup time at the school as well as serious safety concerns. In December, a city spokeswoman said the signs were removed from the site because “the intended need was no longer there.”
Source: The Globe and Mail
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