TORONTO – Restart the hospital system this fall to be able to cope with the backlog of surgeries and procedures that have accumulated during the lockdown caused by Covid-19 in Ontario. It is for this purpose that the provincial government has decided to allocate 324 million dollars by adding, between October and spring 2022, another 67 thousand interventions and diagnostic-therapeutic procedures. (more…)
Life seems to appear a little more normal. Declining daily new infections and increasing vaccinations rates mean easing of more restrictions. A light at the end of a dark tunnel. At the current rate, Canada is on track to exceed its target of having all eligible Canadians fully vaccinated by the end of the summer.
The blame game is on. This week marks the last full week of school for thousands of elementary and secondary students across the province. Covid-related school closures have lasted longer in Ontario than any other province or territory across the nation. (more…)
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The joint effort of the G7 countries will be aimed at ending the Covid-19 pandemic in 2022. This is what was reiterated yesterday by the great of the Earth in the final communiqué of the summit in Cornwall. (more…)
As four lives ended and one life forever changed because of one man’s heinous act, thousands of people marched through the streets of London, Ontario on Friday evening at 7 pm in a multi-faith rally to honor the victims killed in an anti-Muslim attack earlier this week and call for the end of racism and Islamophobia. (more…)
TORONTO – In Ontario, we are entering the most delicate phase of this long, exhausting, never-ending battle against Covid-19. Virologists and experts point out that how the exit from the third wave will lay the foundations for the developments of the pandemic. In essence, we are at a crossroads: if we are able to comply with health and safety protocols, we could avoid a potential fourth wave. (more…)
Part of Canadian life and reality goes down in history. Founded in 1929, Greyhound Canada has just ceased its operations across Canada, shutting down all connections.
The company ended its operations in the western part of Canada in 2018. (more…)
The holiday charter airline Air Transat has just announced that it is extending the suspension of all flights until July 29, due to existing travel restrictions in Canada and abroad.
The airline, managed by the travel company Transat AT, informed passengers on its website about the (more…)
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