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: Ontario is reporting 1,780 new COVID-19 cases and 25 deaths Friday.
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“Campuses buy [online counselling services] because it’s an economic decision for them, not a good moral decision" Canada's post-secondary schools supplement their on-campus counselling with services from private firms. What about quality of care? Privacy?
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Ed Tubb 41m
Ontario is reporting 1,780 new cases and 25 deaths Fri. The 7-day avg. is down a touch to 1,759 cases daily, or 85 weekly per 100,000. Labs report 56,001 completed tests and 3.6% positivity. ICU cases now above 200 to 207, with 116 vented.
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The rate of job growth continued to slow in November with the economy adding 62,000 jobs, down from 84,000 in October.
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Alyshah Sanmati Hasham 1h
Here is the latest on the St. Michael's College sex assault trial.
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Robert Benzie 1h
NEW: The members of the vaccine task force: Drs. Dirk Huyer, Homer Tien, Maxwell Smith, Isaac Bogoch, & Regis Vaillancourt, & Ontario Regional Chief RoseAnne Archibald, CEO Linda Hasenfratz, Angela Mondou, & former chief Mark Saunders.
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Victoria Gibson 2h
The federal government this week promised changes to its first-time home buyer incentive come spring. In its first year, fewer than 10,000 mortgages were approved through the program — despite a 3-year goal of helping 100,000 households.
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Doug Smith: Raptors 2h
Raptors make some coaching moves: Officially announce Chris Finch as assistant, move Jama Mahlalela from 905 for the big club as an assistant and Patrick Mutombo takes over the 905s. Brittni Donaldson and John Bennett move to G League team, too
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An adjudicator at the Landlord and Tenant Board who admitted to being in a conflict of interest issued an order advocates say weakened the legal position of a tenant facing eviction after losing his job during the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Replying to @BraydonHolmyard
.: 10/10 everyone on this thread:
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In COVID-19's first wave, low-income, racialized communities suffered in disproportionate amounts while richer, whiter neighbourhoods were less impacted. Did we learn our lesson? Data shows that it could be even worse for these communities now.
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With China and Canada diplomatic tensions remaining high, some analysts have argued that it’s time for Canada to forge ties with India, as the country could prove a strong ally. But other experts say Ottawa cannot ignore the rise of Hindu nationalism.
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Three-alarm fire breaks out at former site of the Waverly Hotel
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Jennifer Yang 2h
This graphic shows that in the 1st wave, Toronto's poorest & most racialized areas contracted COVID-19 at much higher rates than the city's whitest & most affluent. It also shows: the same thing is happening again
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The Saga of Surprised Serge won't fully play out for a year
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⚡️ “Second-wave lockdown fails Toronto's poor, racialized areas, again” by
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⚡️ “Second-wave lockdowns are again failing poor, racialized Toronto areas”
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From COVID-19 lockdown restrictions to testing to paid sick leave in Toronto, data shows that racialized and low-income communities are continuing to suffer even after data from the first wave. Story by , and
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“This is really about the people who do all the work for us and who allow you and me to stay home,” Dr. Peter Juni, scientific director of the Ontario COVID-19 Science Advisory Table says. He adds that the one-size fits all response doesn't work.
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