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<b>ONTARIO:</b> Businesses won't validate medical exemptions in vaccine certificate system

ONTARIO: Businesses won't validate medical exemptions in vaccine certificate system

Dr. Kieran Moore, the province's top doctor, said there are very few approved medical exemptions to vaccination
<b>COVID-19: </b> Province details rapid testing protocol for school boards as schools report cases

COVID-19: Province details rapid testing protocol for school boards as schools report cases

School boards are expected to use new app Thrive Health to report COVID cases to the province
<b>CANADA:</b> Justin Trudeau, Erin O'Toole tied as election campaign hits final bend

CANADA: Justin Trudeau, Erin O'Toole tied as election campaign hits final bend

New poll suggests Liberals and Conservatives are neck and neck
<b>CANADA:</b> Hospital says protests against pandemic measures 'demoralizing' for health-care staff

CANADA: Hospital says protests against pandemic measures 'demoralizing' for health-care staff

The University Health Network, which runs Toronto General Hospital, made the comments in a statement ahead of a number of protests expected to take place at hospitals across Canada on Monday
<b>CANADA:</b> Growing vaccine mandates reveal split in labour movement

CANADA: Growing vaccine mandates reveal split in labour movement

The growing number of vaccine mandates in the public and private sectors have exposed a fault line in Canada's labour movement
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Province has administered thousands of third COVID doses to the immunocompromised

ONTARIO: Province has administered thousands of third COVID doses to the immunocompromised

WHO says vaccine-rich countries should stop offering third shots for the rest of the year so the shots can be diverted to under-vaccinated countries
<b>COVID-19:</b> Transat AT seeing steady demand for winter travel in spite of fourth wave

COVID-19: Transat AT seeing steady demand for winter travel in spite of fourth wave

Montreal-based Transat began a gradual resumption of flying on July 30 after grounding its fleet on Jan. 29 when Ottawa requested a suspension of travel to Mexico and the Caribbean as well as the adoption of new quarantine measures and testing requirements
<b>ONTARIO:</b> New strategies must be implemented to deal with opioid crisis, science table says

ONTARIO: New strategies must be implemented to deal with opioid crisis, science table says

Rates of fatal opioid overdoses increased by 60 per cent in Ontario since the pandemic hit the province in full force in March 2020
<b>CANADA:</b> Federal leaders back on the hustings after back-to-back debates

CANADA: Federal leaders back on the hustings after back-to-back debates

Heading into the debates, polls suggested the Liberals and Conservatives were locked in a dead heat
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Court finds province broke law on lack of public consultations

ONTARIO: Court finds province broke law on lack of public consultations

The Superior Court of Justice says the minister of municipal affairs acted "unreasonably and unlawfully" by consulting with the public months after it enacted changes