Day: August 11, 2020

‘Back to school, but doing it in a safe way’: 2 Sask. First Nations detail plans for fall

Two Saskatchewan First Nations have revealed their guidelines for safely bringing students and staff back into the classroom come fall, amid an unpredictable pandemic.  “This is nothing to be taken lightly. We have to do all that we can to fight this pandemic and get back to a little bit of normal,” said Christina Johns, …

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Durham sees two new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, active cases drop to 25

There were two new cases of COVID-19 reported in Durham on Tuesday, one in Ajax and one in Whitby. The Durham Region Health Department says they’re are now 25 active cases, with all but one being dealt with in home isolation. The other is being treated in hospital but not the ICU. That’s down from …

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Windsor to proceed with Stage 3 of reopening cautiously, mayor says

TORONTO — The mayor of Windsor, Ont., says his city will proceed cautiously to Stage 3 of reopening, and will ask for additional resources if local cases increase in the coming weeks. Drew Dilkens says he is confident that declining COVID-19 cases in the region over the last week make it safe to reopen further. …

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Why Barrick Gold (TSX:ABX) Is a Screaming Buy Despite Valuation Concerns

Gold has rallied almost 27%, while top miner stock Barrick Gold (TSX:ABX)(NYSE:GOLD) is up 60% this year. While the stock is indeed expensive, its second-quarter earnings underline the growth path. Let’s see what’s next for the world’s second-biggest gold miner. Barrick Gold: Q2 Earnings Driven by rallying gold prices, miners were expected to report fairly …

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Quebec judge rules in favour of Anishinaabe professor over Indian Act inequities

A Quebec Superior Court judge has ruled that it was against the Indian Act for unmarried First Nations women to voluntarily enfranchise, giving up their Indian status, and has ordered records to be changed for at least one woman who did so over 50 years ago. The decision is a win for Karl Hele, an associate professor …

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Durham police looking to ID man who assaulted two Metrolinx employees on GO Train in Whitby

Durham police say they’re looking for a man who assaulted two Metrolinx employees on the GO Train. They were called around 7 p.m. Wednesday to Whitby GO Station, where the man had been kicked off. They say he’d stepped on at Oshawa GO Station and gotten into a verbal altercation with one of the employees. …

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STSCO unveils guidelines for bussing central Ontario students amid coronavirus pandemic

Student Transportation Services of Central Ontario (STSCO) has unveiled its health guidelines to transport students amid the coronavirus pandemic. On Tuesday, Peterborough-based STSCO posted a list of guidelines and measures that will be in effect to transport more than 26,000 elementary and secondary students daily from more than 120 schools in three school boards. STSCO …

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Face Mask Tweets

Buzz · Updated 11 minutes ago. Posted 11 minutes ago Here are some funny, cute, and honestly important tweets about being a decent human being, aka wearing a mask to help prevent the coronavirus from spreading! If you like these tweets, pls follow the original tweeters to make your TL a funnier place. 😌 Robert …

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Warren Buffett: Is Danger Still Lurking in the Stock Market?

Warren Buffett just missed out on one of the best short-term opportunities in recent memory, having sat on his hands when the stock market fell off a cliff back in February and March. Buffett ditched all his U.S. airline stocks and sounded pretty sombre during Berkshire Hathaway’s 2020 annual shareholders meeting, bringing up slides of …

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