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5 things to know for Thursday, October 14, 2021

5 things to know for Thursday, October 14, 2021
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TORONTO -- Saskatchewan struggles under the fourth wave, incoming commander faces misconduct allegations, and COVID-19 scientists receive threats. Heres what you need to know to start your day.

1. Drinking water: A developing water crisis in Nunavuts capital city, Iqaluit, is exposing just how precarious the citys drinking water situation is.

2. Misconduct allegation: Incoming Canadian Army commander Lt.-Gen. Trevor Cadieus promotion to the top of the army has been halted due to an investigation for sexual misconduct .

3. Fourth wave: Saskatchewan has been battered by COVID-19s fourth wave, struggling with a and a health care system that is on the brink of being overwhelmed.

4. Threats of violence: A new survey of 321 scientists who have spoken publicly about COVID-19 finds that 15 per cent received death threats and 22 per cent received threats of physical or sexual violence .

5. Struggling businesses: Restaurants Canada is calling on the federal government to into 2022 to ensure food service businesses can make it through the ongoing pandemic.

One more thing

International students: Students from around the world have crowned Canada as their top choice for post-secondary education , ahead of the U.S., U.K. and Australia in a new survey from IDP Connect.
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