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Ontario delays reopening schools by two days and people have thoughts

Ontario residents are anxiously awaiting news from the provincial government about additional public health measures as case numbers provincewide continue to surge, and it looks like some of the regulations have already been leaked ahead of Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. Kieran Moore’s Thursday afternoon press conference. One of the …

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Here are the latest COVID self-isolation rules in Canada

The length of the self-isolation period post-COVID diagnosis is a hot topic right now after the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention changed its official recommendation on Monday from a 10-day quarantine to just five, prompting organizations like the NHL to do the same. CDC shortens isolation requirements to: …

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Elon Musk is fundamentally altering the night skies over Toronto

Time Magazine cover boy and possible supervillain Elon Musk has already filled Toronto streets with electric-powered Tesla cars, and now he’s filling the skies above Southern Canada with thousands of satellites that will drastically change the views of stargazers. It’s the start of a wave of tech giants launching “constellations” or …

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7-Eleven permanently closes popular location in Toronto

Iconic orange, green and red stripes are all that remain of a popular location of 7-Eleven in Toronto. A 7-Eleven close to Dundas Square was a lively late night pit stop for Big Gulps, taquitos and all sorts of other junk food, but it’s now all boarded up. Of course, …

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