Day: July 26, 2020

Durham reports one new COVID-19 case on Sunday, active cases down to 24

Durham’s latest update adds just one new COVID-19 case to the total. Sunday’s update comes with no new deaths, but three more resolved cases. Thus, the number of active cases has dipped to 24.  All of those patients are isolating at home. The death toll remains at 181, most of which have been linked to …

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COVID-19 is impacting ways Canadians can ‘beat the heat’

With heat warnings in place across much of Ontario and Canada, many are looking for relief by flocking to beaches and swimming pools, or are hunkering down indoors, but medical experts say those choices are more difficult amidst a novel coronavirus pandemic. “When you have these extreme temperatures, that in itself can cause harm and …

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This Labrador artist creates breathtakingly realistic paintings inspired by his hometown

Bronson Jacque’s hometown of Postville, Labrador, is a constant source of inspiration for the young artist. “Something that I love to do with my art is showing people a part of where I come from, because there’s so much up there that a lot of people never get to see,” said Jacque. Jacque mainly focuses …

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Protesters calling for public inquiry into Nova Scotia mass shooting

A number of advocacy groups in Nova Scotia are organizing a Canada-wide strike, saying a panel of experts isn’t enough to get to the bottom of Canada’s deadliest mass shooting. The three-person panel has been appointed by the feds and the province to examine the rampage in April, which left 22 people dead. However, the …

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Model shows how many COVID-19 infected travellers could arrive at U.S. border in Ontario

As the United States continues to grapple with an influx of new cases of the novel coronavirus, many are questioning when the Canada-U.S. border could potentially reopen to non-essential travel. In a series of tweets on Friday, Ashleigh Tuite, an epidemiologist at the University of Toronto, provided an illustration of how many COVID-19 infected travellers could …

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31 Things That’ll Help Get Rid Of Pimples As Fast As Possible

It also has pink grapefruit essential oil (to reduce inflammation, kill infections, and promote collagen production), witch hazel (to clear excess sebum and balance oil production), peppermint and spearmint water (to kill bacteria and reduce scarring), tea tree water and essential oil (to moisturize and tone), and aloe vera (to promote vitamin E and C …

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12 years after disappearance, Claudette Osborne’s family ‘will never stop searching’

Brenda Osborne walks down Selkirk Avenue in Winnipeg’s North End and lovingly touches the worn, hand-made signs bearing the picture of her daughter Claudette Osborne-Tyo who went missing 12 years ago. “Twelve years, no answer, no tips, no links, nothing. We just wait every day,” she said. On Saturday night, Osborne held a vigil at the …

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