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Choosing the right mandatory mask

July 21, 2020 | 0 Comments

An epidemiologist compares the efficacy of different face coverings and the spread of COVID-19....

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Early-stage clinical trials of the U.K. developed COVID-19 vaccine found it is safe and induces an immune reaction, according to a July 20 report. ...

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Reducing gun violence means investing time and resources necessary to combat the underlying issues, said Louis March of Zero Gun Violence Movement....

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Residents at the Moss Park encampment in downtown Toronto, along with homeless advocacy groups, are suing Toronto after a reported eviction notice ordered them to leave....

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The research, which used organic mini brains models made from stem cells, showed if COVID-19 can get past the barrier it can quickly replicate in brain cells, killing them off....

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The reasons given for increased consumption include stress, boredom, or lack of a regular schedule....

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Twenty-four out of the 34 public health regions in Ontario will move to the Stage 3 of reopening, while Toronto, Peel, Niagara, York, Durham, Halton, Lambton, Hamilton, Haldimand, and Windsor-Essex will remain in Stage 2....

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Ontario Minister of Education Stephen Lecce

Ontario to end academic streaming

July 7, 2020 | 0 Comments

The Toronto District School Board and the Peel District School Board have nearly twice as many Black students than white students in applied courses....

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Both small businesses and the TTC have found the public response to be positive....

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Many of the statues were erected decades after the civil war in order to reinforce white supremacy, experts say....

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