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No COVID-19 vaccine? No classroom. Seneca College requiring students, staff to get shots to be on campus | CBC News
Get a vaccine or stay off campus - that will be the new rule at Seneca College this fall, with the school going a step beyond many other post-secondary institutions in Canada in the hope of protecting against COVID-19.
J.P. Morgan Private Bank names - San Francisco Business Times
J.P. Morgan Private Bank has named Matt Barshied as market manager for Northern California, one of three new appointments the bank announced Monday.
Why some GTA students aren't happy with the modified semesters they'll face in September | CBC News
When it comes to the upcoming school year, Jason Wong says he's riddled with anxiety - and he's not alone.
As province reopens, Ontario reports 530 new cases of COVID-19 | CBC News
Ontario reported 530 new COVID-19 cases on Sunday, up from 502 new infections on Saturday. The province is reporting an additional seven deaths.
Toronto offers more pop-up vaccination clinics in hot spots | CBC News
The City of Toronto is running 49 vaccination clinics over the weekend, including pop-up clinics in neighbourhoods that have been hit harder by COVID-19.
Staff, volunteers at Toronto vaccine clinics cite verbal abuse, bullying by those trying to secure 2nd dose | CBC News
Staff and volunteers at some Toronto vaccination clinics are calling out the aggressive behaviour and verbal assaults they have faced from residents seeking a second dose of COVID-19 vaccines, despite not yet being eligible.
'We're so excited': Volunteers help seniors 80+ secure 2nd dose of a COVID-19 vaccine | CBC News
When 83-year-old Humayun Mohajer became eligible to receive a first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine back in March, he didn't know where to begin in the booking process.
Ontario Liberal leader calls on premier to allow regional approach to school reopening | CBC News
Ontario Liberal Leader Steven Del Duca is calling on the province to let local public health units decide if schools in their regions should reopen this year as COVID-19 case numbers continue to drop - and at least one regional medical officer of health agrees.
Anti-masker Chris Saccoccia threatened to kill Doug Ford and other premiers, court documents allege | CBC News
Chris Saccoccia, one of Canada's most ardent anti-mask and anti-lockdown figures, was arrested last week after allegedly threatening to kill Premier Doug Ford and the rest of Canada's premiers, court documents show.
Ontario reports 1,691 new COVID-19 cases on Sunday | CBC News
Ontario reported 1,691 new COVID-19 cases on Sunday, down from 1,794 on Saturday. The province also reported 15 additional deaths.