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Censorship of the U of T temporarily suspended after the school turns the course in hiring controversies

A no-confidence motion against the University of Toronto has been temporarily suspended after the school turned its course on an employment controversy in which a federal tax judge allegedly tried to block the hiring of an international lawyer who has written extensively on Israeli-Palestinian affairs. The Canadian Association of

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Vancouver pop-up patios could make permanent mark – BC

Pop-up patios can make a permanent comeback for restaurants in Vancouver. The city is now looking at a proposal to make dining at curbs a regular summer time. 1:42 With an indoor ban on eating, BC restaurants are looking to expand the patio to survive With indoor dining bans, BC

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Ottawa community clinics to offer routine and catch-up vaccinations

Ottawa community clinics offer routine and obtained vaccinations

It's time again for many Ottawa children to get their vaccines — and not just their COVID-19 shots. As of Friday, Ottawa Public Health has expanded the offerings at its four community vaccination clinics to include routine and obtained vaccinations for adolescents. Alex Munter, executive director of the Children's Hospital in Eastern

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An image of Professor Lidia Morawska smiling wearing a yellow jacket, black blouse and orange flower necklace  buildings, tree

Brisbane scientist Lidia Morawska among the journal’s 100 most influential people in the world

Brisbane professor Lidia Morawska has been named by Time magazine as one of the 100 most influential people in the world to help highlight the airborne spread of COVID-19.The Queensland University of Technology (QUT) scientist was recognized for standing out "among peers for her work in recognizing the importance of

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