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Toronto police to provide update on 1984 murder of Christine Jessop

Toronto police to provide update on 1984 murder of Christine Jessop

The man whose DNA sample matched Jessop's underwear passed away in 2015
<b>CANADA:</b> Online hate, racist hiring practices among targets of $15M federal anti-racism funds

CANADA: Online hate, racist hiring practices among targets of $15M federal anti-racism funds

Liberals promised to double the funding for the strategy in the 2019 election campaign but that has not yet happened
<b>CANADA:</b> Feds can use spending power to fight anti-Indigenous racism in health care, minister says

CANADA: Feds can use spending power to fight anti-Indigenous racism in health care, minister says

Indigenous Services Minister says the treatment of Joyce Echaquan, who used her phone to livestream hospital staff using racist slurs against her as she lay dying in a Quebec hospital, is more evidence of the ways the system has failed Indigenous people for generation
<b>COVID-19:</b> Govts, companies shifted risk management responsibility to individuals, study says

COVID-19: Govts, companies shifted risk management responsibility to individuals, study says

Messaging has shifted, urging customers to follow guidelines
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Physicians lobby government for exemption to use ‘magic mushrooms’

ONTARIO: Physicians lobby government for exemption to use ‘magic mushrooms’

Five physicians in the Northwest are requesting an exemption to use ‘magic mushrooms’ for experiential training in order to help guide terminally ill patients using the treatment
<b>CANADA:</b> Will the 2nd coronavirus wave wipe away movie theatres?

CANADA: Will the 2nd coronavirus wave wipe away movie theatres?

With theatre attendance plummeting in North America, many studios are pressing the pause button on their most-awaited releases
<b>COVID-19:</b> Hamilton cycling studio outbreak could mean tighter gym restrictions in Ontario

COVID-19: Hamilton cycling studio outbreak could mean tighter gym restrictions in Ontario

Ontario is considering changing COVID-19 safety protocols for gyms in light of an outbreak linked to a Hamilton cycling studio, the province's associate medical officer of health said Wednesday. Dr.
Three per cent of COVID-19 tests in Ontario over last day were positive

Three per cent of COVID-19 tests in Ontario over last day were positive

The per cent positivity rate increased from the previous day's 2.6 per cent, according to provincial data, as Ontario recorded 721 new COVID-19 cases out of roughly 32,200 tests.
Liberals make plea for seniors to file taxes as thousands at risk of losing benefits

Liberals make plea for seniors to file taxes as thousands at risk of losing benefits

The Liberals are making a public plea for them to submit their returns as soon as possible so payments of the guaranteed income supplement doesn't get suspended come Jan. 1
<b>CANADA:</b> Canadians working from home continue to stay ‘on the job’ while sick

CANADA: Canadians working from home continue to stay ‘on the job’ while sick

In what’s already a stressful time for Canadians, with health and financial concerns, the absence of time off is piling on to some employees