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From COVID-19 vaccines to in-person classes: How Ontario universities are preparing for September
It’s been a year of educational ups and downs for Grade 12 student Olivia Rymkiewicz, and with “no guarantees” around what universities [...]
BEHIND THE CRIMES: An undercover legend ensnares a talkative murder suspect
‘Mr. Big’ sting led to the arrests of two men in the killing of a Crown witness, Roy Jones in 2001. Read the Full Post from The Brampton Guardian
The Delta variant means COVID ‘has upped its game massively.’ What Ontario can learn from the U.K. experience and new data
As COVID-19 vaccinations accelerate across the country, Canadians are inching toward a two-dose summer: patio umbrellas are reopening, vacations are being [...]
CVC hosts workshop for those in Credit River Watershed with two-plus acres on how to plant more trees
The Credit Valley Conservation (CVC) are hosting a workshop on how to plant more trees, for those who live in Credit River Watershed and own two-plus acres [...]
‘It’s not normal’: Violence against paramedics in Brampton, Mississauga and Caledon a big problem
A recent study found 97.5 per cent of its paramedics have experienced either verbal or physical abuse on the job and the Region of Peel wants it to stop. [...]
Toronto's homeless worry about losing encampments
‘I’ll be crushed if I lose it:’ fears of Toronto encampment clearings worry homeless Read the Full Post from The Brampton Guardian
Lawyer: US drops lawsuit, grand jury probe over Bolton book
The Justice Department has abandoned its lawsuit against John Bolton, former President Donald Trump’s onetime national security adviser, over his [...]
‘Please don’t give up,’ Toronto’s public health chief tells people scrambling to get second-dose vaccine appointments
Toronto’s COVID-19 spread keeps going down, down, down — but city officials want more, more, more vaccine to maintain momentum and end the [...]
What has fuelled rule-breaking during the pandemic? It may be a combination of boredom and politics, a new study says
A study by the University of Waterloo reveals some people’s boredom during the pandemic may have driven them to break social distancing rules in [...]
Airlines demand details of Ottawa’s border reopening plan
OTTAWA — The federal government has still not signed off on a final plan promised last week to relax border measures for travellers who are fully [...]