Coronavirus: 6 new cases, 2 recoveries in London-Middlesex: MLHU

At least four of Wednesday's cases were reported in London, while one was reported in Strathroy-Caradoc. Location data for one was not available.
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Trudeau reinstates COVID-19 updates as pandemic's second wave worsens
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will join Canada's top public health officers Friday for their daily update on the worsening COVID-19 health crisis.
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North Korea ‘greatly sorry’ for killing South Korean over coronavirus concerns
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un sent a letter to South Korean President Moon Jae-in saying the incident should not have happened, an official said.
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Fire at New Westminster pier fully extinguished after burning for over a week
Fire Chief Tim Armstrong tweeted Thursday evening that work at the site will now transition to a remediation and cleanup phase.
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Coronavirus has stranded 25 people from Easter Island in Tahiti for 6 months
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Explosives team called to Lethbridge home as police execute drug search warrant
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Coronavirus forces Rio de Janeiro to delay Carnival for first time in 108 years
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RCMP investigate boater’s death in northern Alberta
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Jamal Murray and the Nuggets are in a familiar spot after a Game 4 loss to LeBron and the Lakers
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There’s still a little FitzMagic left, as bridge quarterback leads Dolphins over Jaguars
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Chinese company says coronavirus vaccine should be ready by early 2021
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UBC professor uses knowledge of SARS to develop COVID-19 drug
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Edmonton Paralympian reunited with pair of customized bikes that were stolen
The Edmonton Police Service said Thursday that a local Paralympic athlete has been reunited with two of her customized bikes after they were stolen thanks to the help of a Good Samaritan.
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San Francisco sues 28 alleged drug dealers in effort to curb overdose deaths
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One man dead after at least four shootings across Toronto on Thursday night
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Gregor Chisholm: The Blue Jays keep beating the odds, reach the post-season for the first time in four years
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Man dead and 2 others seriously injured after separate shootings in north-end Toronto
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Alberta nurses’ union calls on AHS to bring back paid leave as COVID-19 pandemic continues
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Grand Forks to rent out previously-flooded homes acquired under the buyout program
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Lakeridge Health is hopeful this along with a new COVID-19 assessment centre will help them deal with an increasing demand for the test.
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RHSAA allowing extra-curricular athletics only within individual schools
RHSAA says all its members will have the option within their school only to coordinate and organize extra-curricular athletics.
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Calgary homeowners lash out at new development over proximity to their backyard
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Officer who fatally shot Maple Ridge man during wellness check won’t face charges
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Retired Ontario Teachers Asked To Come Back To Work Amid Pandemic
TORONTO — The agency that oversees teachers in Ontario is calling on retirees to return to the classroom.The Ontario College of Teachers sent a letter this week to retired teachers and those whose licences have been suspended due to non-payment, urging them to get reinstated. The letter says the province is facing a shortage of certified teachers that’s been “magnified” by measures aimed at fighting the COVID-19 pandemic, such as smaller class sizes and online learning.A spokeswoman for the college says it also reached out to newly licensed teachers and others without current jobs, encouraging them to apply.Gabrielle Barkany says it’s an opportunity for qualified teachers to provide “critical support to elementary and secondary students in Ontario at this critical time.”READ MORE Ontario Reimposes Stricter Gathering Rules Across Province As Cases Surge Some Ontario Pharmacies Will Start COVID-19 Testing This Week Donations Pour In After Nunavut Mom Exposes High Cost Of School Supplies Earlier this week, Canada’s largest school board said it was drawing on its pool of supply teachers as it rushed to meet a surge in demand for online learning.The Toronto District School Board said it hired 300 teachers on Monday and was working Tuesday to bring on another 100 to 150 to fulfil its staffing needs for virtual elementary school classes.This report by The Canadian Press was first published Sept. 24, 2020.Also on HuffPost:
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Winnipeg Goldeyes’ league partners with Major League Baseball
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