In regional news, there are now two versions of the health and sex education curriculum being taught in public schools across the Rainy River district.
In a letter issued to parents, the Rainy River District School Board says high school teachers will continue to use the curriculum put in place by the former Liberal government.
Elementary teachers are using a re-issued version of a 2010 curriculum.
That curriculum, when introduced, left out lessons on human development and sexual health because of parents concerns.
The board adds topics such as gender identity, sexual orientation and consent will be discussed in other areas of the Ontario curriculum.