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TORONTO The start of school is typically a... could mean COVID 19 tests, days of isolation, and interruptions to... would be a second wave of cases in...
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The fallout of bombshell accusations that University of Toronto’s Faculty of Law gave in to... school allegedly rescinded a job offer to reputed scholar Valentina... job was for the...
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. disconnect between the province’s assurances of smaller in person class sizes... and doctors worried. As thousands of in the age of COVID 19 , some parents... in a senior kindergarten class...
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... Dr. Upton Allen, the head of the hospital’s infectious diseases... wave in the fall. Two of the goals of the study are to... persist in the bloodstream and offer...
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TORONTO As... contact tracing, improve the capacity of provincial health care systems, ... in part to the return of school classes. Federal public health officials told The...
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TORONTO As... country. Ambarish Chandra, an associate professor of economics at the University of Toronto, told CTVNews.ca that this... the case since the start of the...
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... 5, 000 Canadians over the age of 18 between February 28... for automation impacting them are office support workers and workers... More highly educated workers and professionals are at a...
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... vulnerable seniors at greater risk of exposure to COVID 19 ... the company believes new residents of its retirement homes shouldn’t... Chartwell spokesperson Sharon Ranalli. York University professor Tamara Daly,...
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... these tools. These are some of the findings of , a new report from University of Toronto’s Citizen Lab which took a look at the use of these technologies...
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TORONTO The mandating of face mask use in... the masks may hide some of the ways children process. use information, Kang Lee, a professor of applied...
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... positive, some on social media scoffed at the seemingly low... for that classification The labelling of an outbreak, including the... the positive tests from Western University students, isn t...
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... isn’t concerned because the number of cases are pretty high... almost certainly a substantial undercount of how many cases there... specialist at Sinai Health and University Health Network, and...
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Amid the imminent sale of Toronto’s only Black owned commercial radio... Black communities around the Greater Toronto Area for nearly a... is expected this month. Members of Black communities and...
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... closing arguments in the promising Toronto police constable’s case. There... her dog, Star, and fled Toronto’s midsummer heat for northern... with her dad, a retired Toronto police homicide detective...
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... lot, shoppers with carts full of toilet paper and dried... industry has been taking note of how we’ve been shopping.. last months and keeping track of how our buying...
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The growing number of new daily cases has... hold on any further loosening of public health restrictions in... Furness, an epidemiologist at the University of Toronto. However, it takes...
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... virtually. Welcome to the start of the 2020 21 school year... be rocky. With the threat of COVID 19 looming, students in... areas will get a mix of in person and online....
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... the pandemic swept away much of Canada’s economy, millions of workers faced the prospect of lost jobs and wages... 6, it quickly became York University economist Amin Mawani’s favourite......
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... the Inn, St. Francis Xavier University’s student run pub. This year... be no games to kick off this school year. The... for the sporadic belching out of the students already...
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... missed all the traditional markers of spring and summer in Toronto, from the St. Patrick’s. Parade in March to Pride Toronto in June and the... it expires at the...