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Ford, Lecce defend Ontario’s back-to-school plan amid class size concerns

Ontario keeping elementary class sizes at pre-COVID-19 levels Premier Doug Ford and his education minister defended Ontario’s back-to-school plan on Friday, with both unwilling to answer explicitly whether they will consider…

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WHO chief warns ‘virus will be with us for a long time’, African pandemic is just beginning

The head of the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Wednesday that he hoped the Trump administration would reconsider its suspension of funding, but that his main focus was on ending the pandemic and…

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More than 1 billion students face ‘generational catastrophe’ due to COVID-19, UN warns

The UN warns students are facing a “generational catastrophe” thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on global education creating a crisis experts say disproportionately affects students from low income and…

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COVID-19 pandemic could push half a billion people into poverty: Report

The current CEO of Google Cloud Diane Greene will continue through January, working with Thomas Kurian to ensure a smooth transition.

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Coun. Gurpreet Dhillon refuses to resign, council to dock pay over sexual harassment allegations

Brampton council unanimously passed a motion Wednesday asking Coun. Gurpreet Dhillon to resign and voted to apply the harshest penalties available to them under the law — suspension of pay…

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Toronto opens to Stage 3, restaurants, cinema halls open with restrictions

Toronto and Peel Region will move into Stage 3 of Ontario’s COVID-19 recovery plan this Friday, the Ministry of Health said this morning, as the province reported its fewest number of…

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