Ontario’s $1 billion college road trip sign on the horizon

The Ontario government announced plans Wednesday to spend $1.4 billion on a new highway sign that would give motorists a quick, convenient way to get from their destination to their destination.

The sign, which would be installed on the Highway 401 corridor between Brampton and Mississauga, will be one of the most popular signs in Ontario’s history, said Ontario’s transportation minister.

The highway sign, with a large circular icon, will also have an option to leave a message on a cellphone, said Transportation Minister Brad Duguid.

It is expected to cost about $1 million to install.

“The main benefit of the new sign is to make it much more accessible to drivers and to reduce congestion,” Duguid said in a statement.

“That’s the main purpose of it.

It’s a signal that this province is ready to be the province that is driving and doing things differently.”

A major transportation project in Ontario has been underway for more than a decade, with $6 billion of federal money and $1-billion from provincial and municipal funds.

The signs will be installed along Highway 401, between Brampsville and Mississaugas, but not all of the highway will be completed by the end of 2020.

The project is expected cost around $1,500 per person to install, with some of the costs covered by the provincial government, said Duguid, who is also the provincial minister responsible for the province’s roads.

The signs will also be free for motorists to use on private roads.

The Highway 401 sign was first proposed in 1999.

It was approved by the province in 2005 and the highway was first opened to traffic in 2008.

The new sign will be on the southbound lane of Highway 401 between Bramton and Mississa, but the highway itself is currently open to traffic only to pedestrians and cyclists.

The highway, which was built in 1959, has over 10,000 kilometres of traffic lanes.

The ministry has previously spent $700 million on the signs and is now spending another $100 million on them, with more to come.

How to make a road trip in Oklahoma

A trip to Oklahoma City to visit relatives for the holidays could be just that — a roadtrip.

The state’s roads are still getting used to a new system of roads and lanes that is designed to handle the increasing number of vehicles on the road.

In Oklahoma, you’ll be able to drive on two different types of highways — one with a dedicated lane, and one with two lanes.

Traffic can also use the designated lanes and slow down for a few seconds.

But that won’t stop some drivers from slowing down for no reason at all.

Oklahoma State University traffic safety researcher Dr. Jim Roper says that’s because people tend to drive slowly.

“There’s no way to get a driver to slow down,” Roper said.

“It’s a very inefficient mode of transportation.”

Roper says the new system will increase your chances of having a successful trip.

Roper is working with a private company called NOLA Driveways, which is designing and developing the system in partnership with the Oklahoma Department of Transportation.NOLA Roadways says the technology will improve the speed of people and vehicles moving through Oklahoma City.

The goal is to get people to slow to a walk, then to a stop and then to turn around and move again, said NOLS vice president of marketing and communications Steve Dyer.

Riders will also be able take advantage of this new system in a few more ways.

Drivers won’t have to slow for traffic lights.

Instead, drivers can pull over to let traffic clear, or stop at a red light.

When a driver wants to leave, he can choose to use a special traffic light or slow down, he said.

When a driver does slow down to allow traffic to pass, he or she can use a speed-limiting device like a speed limiter, Roper explained.

The new system is expected to make it easier for people to enjoy a road journey, Rimmer said.

Kerala school students protest over cancellation of ‘love jihad’ course

Kerala’s students have protested against a cancellation of a course that was being taught by the state’s highest religious authority, calling it “unethical” and “shameful”.

The All Kerala Council for Research in Public Health and Health Science (KACSHPHS) had been inviting students from Kerala’s two most prestigious schools, Vellore and Palakkad, to take a “love jihad” course at the school in the capital Kannur, the state home department said.KACShPHS said it was not a school course but an opportunity for students to “examine the relationship between individuals and the wider society”.

The course was scheduled to start on Tuesday.

The state home ministry did not say when it was to start.

It said it did not know who would be invited to take the course.

The college was founded in 1929.

Kerala’s education minister, B.K. Venkateswara Rao, said on Thursday the course was being held as an “instrument of cultural enrichment” at the college.

The college has a long history of “love Jihad” activities by extremist groups in the state.

Kannur’s high court on Thursday temporarily banned the KACShVHS from conducting the course, a move the court said would “ensure the security of the students”.

Kerala police have arrested several persons for allegedly inciting “love jihadi” groups to target Muslims in the country.KHUNA, an anti-hate and extremism group, said it has filed a petition with the high court against the cancellation of the course at KACshPHS.

The petition said the “love” course was a “propaganda of hate”.