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Peel psychologist on possible long-term effects of COVID-19 pandemic on front-line health workers
As the COVID-19 pandemic drags on with no clear end in sight, it’s unknown what the long-term effects might be on front-line health-care workers. [...]
Some Torontonians 80 and up can start preregistering for COVID-19 vaccines
Seniors aged 80 and up, as well as Indigenous adults, can now preregister for COVID vaccines in some Toronto neighbourhoods, despite messaging from the [...]
It’s not them — it’s us: Raccoon sightings, injuries in Toronto soar during COVID-19 lockdown
Sightings of diseased raccoons and raccoon-related injuries skyrocketed last year — but it’s probably not because Toronto’s masked [...]
When the shower curtain rises: How St. Michael’s Choir School keeps kids singing — and safe — amid COVID-19
Forty boys walked into two rehearsal spaces at St. Michael’s Choir School expecting to sing. Instead, they found piles of PVC pipes, fittings and [...]
Experts call for 'realistic' rules on socializing
Ontarians need ‘realistic’ guidance on seeing friends, relatives: expert Read the Full Post from The Brampton Guardian
Ontario should take into account need, not just population, as it doles out vaccines
When news got around that Guelph was vaccinating its residents over the age of 80 — well ahead of other regions in Ontario — there were equal [...]
'Rare' error affects some CERB recipients
CRA says ‘rare’ error in some tax slips lists repaid CERB as taxable Read the Full Post from The Brampton Guardian
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Ontario won't use Oxford-AstraZeneca on seniors
Ontario reports 966 new COVID-19 cases, 11 deaths Read the Full Post from The Brampton Guardian
Families nervous ahead of van attack trial verdict
Families nervous ahead of verdict in Toronto van attack trial Read the Full Post from The Brampton Guardian