Apr 08, 2015
By Andy Johnson
The Toronto Catholic District School Board believes its made enough cuts to keep the provincial government happy as it battles to balance it’s budget. The board has now cut $30 million in spending. Trustees voted last night to make reductions to I.T. services, a targeted 5 per cent reduction in general non-staff cuts and a $1.7 million reduction in spending on text books. The board is still about $4 million short of an actual balanced budget which is required by provincial law. The deadline to comply is June.