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Kyle Beach stepped forward as the ‘John Doe’ at the centre of the Chicago Blackhawks sexual abuse scandal, saying that the NHL “let him down.” @madiwongg has the @TikTokCanada thestar.com/sports/hockey/20…
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BREAKING" Ontario chief med ofcr Dr. Kieran Moore shoots down push to make #COVID19 vaxx mandatory for school attendance. Says that wouldn't be entertained unless COVID becomes an annual threat on a longer-term basis. #onpoli
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⚡️‘Test-to-stay’ programs coming to Ontario schools to keep kids in class when COVID cases arise Story by @krushowy nitter.net/i/events/1453801…
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Dr. Kieran Moore, noting 113 Ontarians on ICUs with #COVID19 (fewest in quite some time), says province well on way to 90% vaccinated. More than 88% one shot and 84% fully vaccinated. Urges people to get flu shots as well. #onpoli
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The province is starting a “test-to-stay” program in schools to prevent entire classes and schools from shutting down when COVID-19 cases arise, expanding the availability of take-home nasal swab tests. thestar.com/politics/federal…
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Ontario is the first province in Canada to provide take-home PCR tests for all students and staff, and expands on a program launched earlier this month. Now, both elementary and secondary students will have access, regardless of their vaccination status. thestar.com/politics/federal…
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Since the pandemic hit, Ontario students have been out of class more than any others in the country. Both Education Minister Stephen Lecce and Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. Kieran Moore have said keeping schools open is a priority this year. thestar.com/politics/federal…
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The PCR tests will be provided to schools in mid-November, and can be used for close contacts of COVID cases. thestar.com/politics/federal…
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Close to one third of tenants in Ontario’s private rental market receive ODSP or Ontario Works and have no capacity to deal with rental increases. When rents increase, many will be obligated to leave, John Stapleton, Yvonne Yuan write. #Opinion thestar.com/opinion/contribu…
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