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As the province continues to respond to the fourth wave of the pandemic driven by the highly transmissible Delta variant, the government is further protecting Ontarians through continued actions that encourage every eligible person to get vaccinated and help stop the spread of COVID-19.
Well, it has finally happened. News this week of widespread and disruptive anti-vaccine protests at Canadian medical centres means that America’s destructive, self-defeating and totally nonsensical anti-vaccine movement has begun crossing the border.
As a pediatrician, vaccine-scientist and parent of an adult daughter
In the final days of the campaign, the area codes in which the leaders are appearing provide a look ahead to the battlegrounds of election night.
Justin Trudeau began Sunday morning in 450, the suburban ring around the Island of Montreal, where the Liberals hope to gain several seats from the Bloc Québécois.
Aalia Bhalloo can still remember standing shaking in the middle of a Toronto-area grocery store in August, stunned at the words of a shopper who called her "disgusting."
It was just weeks after the June attack in London, Ont., where four members of a Muslim family were struck and killed by a vehicle in what's been...
TORONTO — As the province continues to respond to the fourth wave of the pandemic driven by the highly transmissible Delta variant, the government is further protecting Ontarians through continued actions that encourage every eligible person to get vaccinated and help stop the spread of COVID-19.
TORONTO — The Ontario government is recognizing two graduate students with the Hilary M. Weston Scholarship for their outstanding work and contributions in the field of mental health. The $7,500 scholarship is awarded annually to two graduate students enrolled in full-time social work programs at a publicly funded...
4.3. Covid -19 Proof-of-Vaccination
The following resolution was adopted by Council of the Corporation of the Town of Ajax at its special meeting on August 31st, 2021...
Moved by: S Colliers
Seconded by: S. Lee
Consulate General of Trinidad and Tobago, Toronto
My fellow citizens, well-wishers and friends of Trinidad and Tobago, both old and new, I stand before you today with a heart filled with gratitude to the organizers of this small but meaningful flag-raising ceremony: The Durham Independence Committee, The Ontario Chapter of the Trinidad and Tobago 50 plus and Seniors Association and The TNT Patriots of Durham
Whitby, Ontario – As Durham Region students gear up to go back to school next week, the Region of Durham is reminding road users to keep safety top of mind in school zones.
During the 2020/2021 school year, many students were learning from home so there was a decrease in the number of children walking or riding bikes to school. As in-person learning starts up again, drivers need to slow down, stay focused...
No 'one size fits all' vaccine mandate, employment lawyer says - Mark Gollom · CB
Federal and provincial governments, private businesses, as well as Canada's biggest banks, have in recent weeks announced plans to implement mandatory vaccination policies for many of their returning staff.
These vaccine mandates require their employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19. But do employers have the right to impose such mandates? What if employees refuse?
Arianna Goberdhan and her husband Nicholas Tyler Baig (Facebook)
Toronto Sun - Michele Mandel - August 23rd, 2021
When the vicious killer of her pregnant daughter was sent away for life with no chance of parole for 17 years, Sherry Goberdhan naively expected he’d remain behind bars in maximum security.
Elisabetta Bianchini - Yahoo News
On Thursday, Ryerson University's board of governors approved recommendations to change the name of the school. The Standing Strong (Mash Koh Wee Kah Pooh Win) Task Force's final report put forward 22 recommendations, including renaming the university and detailing opportunities to learn about Indigenous history and colonial relations. ...
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Can you do something about stubborn unvaccinated people? Yes, you can...
(CNN)Covid cases are going up. Mask sales are again on the rise. And yet, vaccine resistance grows. Does this make any sense?
The ongoing surge in all 50 states, plus DC and Puerto Rico -- one that's putting cases in some regions at the same levels they were one year ago...
Brutal ‘honor’ killing spotlights violence against women in Pakistan
ISLAMABAD (AP) — Noor Mukadam’s last hours were terror-filled. Beaten repeatedly, the 27-year-old jumped from a window but was dragged back, beaten again and finally beheaded.
A childhood friend has been charged with her killing. The gruesome death last week in an upscale neighborhood of the Pakistani capital ...
Guyana’s President tells Caricom: End vaccine discrimination across borders
Guyana’s President Mohamed Irfaan Ali is calling for the removal of vaccine discrimination for travel throughout the region. He made the call during an address to the nation and news conference to mark his first year in office yesterday.
Guardian Media was invited to participate in the new conference.
Mental health has a stigma that is tied into weakness...
When an athlete experiences a physical injury, there is often a
team of medical personnel including doctors, trainers and physiotherapists employed to ensure a speedy recovery.
The recent decision by Toronto council to rename Dundas Street has raised the question of whether Whitby should do the same.
What follows are my personal thoughts. n 1800, 75 percent of humans on the planet were in some form of bondage.
With about five weeks to go until the start of the school year, how many youth in Durham are fully vaccinated against COVID-19?
As of July 31, data from the Durham Region Health Department shows 74 per cent of Durham youth ages 12 to 17 have one dose and 51 per cent have both doses.
Noah Zivitz - Bloomberg News
The euphoria that pushed Canada's largest housing market into uncharted territory just a few months ago has rapidly faded as price growth stalled and sales slumped in Toronto last month...
Town of Ajax
As the province has moved to Step 3 of the Roadmap to Reopening, the Town of Ajax is set to open select facilities and amenities through a phased approach. As we reopen, the Town is taking every precaution to ensure the safety and protection of our community and staff.
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