Day: 5 July 2022

Canada Editorials Education Matters English Featured

School boards reject remedial strategies and obligations

TORONTO – Following Monday’s summary of the “educational environment” at the TCDSB, several trustees and Senior staff from Boards of Education in the greater GTA weighed in “on background” to inform us that the situation may be worse than what we described. 

In their view, some “bad apples” who have been given “an easy ride” are putting the entire publicly funded school system (Catholic and Public) at risk.

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Canada Covid-19 Updates English Featured News Updates Ontario

Fourth dose, it’s too early: only 57% got the third one

TORONTO – There is already who talks about the fourth dose, when there are still hundreds of thousands of people who still have to get the third one. Omicron 5 and its infectivity are scary and “in a hurry”, but the scientific director of the Ontario Science Table, Dr. Fahad Razak, invites to keep feet on the ground. “Although much of the conversation right now is about the fourth dose, for me scientifically the clearest opportunity, the thing we should do – and it’s not a question about availability, the vaccine is available to us – is the third dose” , he told CP24 on Monday. 

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Canada Covid-19 Updates Italian News Updates

Covid-19, casi in aumento in tutto il Canada

TORONTO – I casi di Covid-19 sono di nuovo in aumento anche in Canada, “grazie” alle due sottovarianti Omicron a rapida diffusione, altrimenti note come BA.4 e BA.5. Quest’ultima, in particolare, ribattezzata Omicron 5, rappresenterebbe quasi il 70% dei casi canadesi. Una crescita esponenziale, la sua: gli ultimi dati della Public Health Agency of Canada, risalenti allo scorso 12 giugno, mostrano infatti che BA.5 rappresentava in quel momento il 20,4% dei casi di Covid-19. Nel giro di un paio di settimane, la percentuale ha raggiunto quasi il 70%… Read More in Corriere Canadese >>>

Canada Italian News Updates Politics

Corsa alla leadership, crepe nel PC

TORONTO – Dopo aver perso tre elezioni consecutive vincibili, i conservatori stanno ora affrontando la loro terza elezione per la leadership in sette anni e se questa volta non ci riusciranno, il partito potrebbe ‘fratturarsi’. È quanto afferma Marjory LeBreton (nella foto sopra), l’ex leader del governo conservatore nel Senato che si è ritirata nel 2015… Read More in Corriere Canadese >>> 


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