Trudeau says moving on vaccine mandate for federal workers, travellers priority No. 1

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says job No. 1 of his re-elected Liberal government is to implement a rule requiring most commercial travellers to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. The Liberals first announced the plan in the midst of a resurgence of the virus just days before Trudeau triggered an early election last month. He used… Continue reading Trudeau says moving on vaccine mandate for federal workers, travellers priority No. 1

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Police investigating possible bomb threat on Bloor East

Roads in the Bloor Street East and Sherbourne Street area are closed as Toronto police conduct an investigation. Officers on scene told 680 NEWS they were looking into a bomb threat but did not specify exactly where. Employees from a nearby building said they had been asked to evacuate Bloor is closed between Sherbourne and… Continue reading Police investigating possible bomb threat on Bloor East

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‘We need an economy that works for everyone, that takes account of the climate crisis’ Andresen MEP

The EU will be reopening its discussion on the rules coordinating national fiscal and economic policies in the next months. ‘Fiscal Matters’, which brings together social, environmental, civil society and academics invited experts and politicians to share their views on what changes were needed to the current framework. EU Reporter spoke to Rasmus Andresen MEP… Continue reading ‘We need an economy that works for everyone, that takes account of the climate crisis’ Andresen MEP

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Judge Tried to Send Immunocompromised Homeless Man Accused of Stealing Blankets to Rikers

Genoly Turner made his entrance into an arraignment court in Manhattan, New York, Monday morning through a door in the corner, a glimpse of the metal bars of the holding cells he had just left briefly visible behind him. Turner, 56, heard his name and case number called, then shuffled to the center of the… Continue reading Judge Tried to Send Immunocompromised Homeless Man Accused of Stealing Blankets to Rikers

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Network of Right-Wing Health Care Providers Is Making Millions Off Hydroxychloroquine and Ivermectin, Hacked Data Reveals

A network of health care providers pocketed millions of dollars selling hydroxychloroquine, ivermectin, and online consultations, according to hacked data provided to The Intercept. The data show that vast sums of money are being extracted from people concerned about or suffering from Covid-19 but resistant to vaccinations or other recommendations of public health authorities. America’s… Continue reading Network of Right-Wing Health Care Providers Is Making Millions Off Hydroxychloroquine and Ivermectin, Hacked Data Reveals

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The Most Perfect Dog Halloween Costumes

Halloween is right around the corner, and if you’re looking to dress up the whole family, Duke and Buddy need their own costumes. Whether your pup loves watching Disney or just wants to unleash her inner wild animal, the Halloween costumes ahead are dog-approved. Whether you’re snapping pics for Instagram or trying to win the office dog costume contest,… Continue reading The Most Perfect Dog Halloween Costumes

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Apple iPhone 13 Case Roundup: Where To Buy Cases For The iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro, iPhone 13 Pro Max And iPhone 13 Mini

With the new Apple iPhone 13 debuting Sept. 24, and available for pre-order available now, it’s time to pick out a phone case to go along with your new phone, so you’ll be ready on day one. OtterBox, Casetify, Case-Mate and more trusted iPhone case brands already have cases available for the Apple iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro, iPhone… Continue reading Apple iPhone 13 Case Roundup: Where To Buy Cases For The iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro, iPhone 13 Pro Max And iPhone 13 Mini

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Booster Shots Become Available, Pfizer Starts Testing Pill For COVID-19 Prevention

(CBS DETROIT) – Help is on the way to fight COVID-19, in the form of a pill. Pfizer says it’s testing this new pill that can keep the virus at bay if you come in close contact with someone infected. The company says it plans to enroll more than 2,000 people in a trial to… Continue reading Booster Shots Become Available, Pfizer Starts Testing Pill For COVID-19 Prevention

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Nurse Gets Probation For Role In Teen’s Death At Kalamazoo Youth Home

KALAMAZOO, Mich. (AP) — A former nurse charged in the death of a teenager who was restrained at a Michigan youth home has been placed on probation for 18 months. Heather McLogan had no direct role in restraining Cornelius Fredericks at Lakeside Academy in Kalamazoo, but she acknowledged that she didn’t stop it, WWMT-TV reported. “I feel horrible… Continue reading Nurse Gets Probation For Role In Teen’s Death At Kalamazoo Youth Home

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Hawaii couple’s long-lost wedding ring returned after cliff jump, Tik Tok video, selfie

HONOLULU (KHON) — Cliff jumping into the ocean, a Tik Tok video, and a selfie. Those usually aren’t the recipe for a beautiful love story, but that’s just what happened this past weekend on Hawaii Island when two couples and a photographer struck gold. Last year Lexi and CJ Jorden-Ames decided to hire a photographer… Continue reading Hawaii couple’s long-lost wedding ring returned after cliff jump, Tik Tok video, selfie

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