Science table says Ontario’s 4th wave has ‘flattened,’ releases ‘wide range’ of case projections

Ontario's COVID-19 Science Advisory Table says the fourth wave in Ontario has 'flattened' and has released what it described as a 'wide range' of case projections.
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Calgary election 2021: What challenges lie ahead for the almost entirely new city council?
Calgary's new city council will have to hit the ground running on many issues, including the struggling economy, the pandemic, and simply how to get along.
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N.S. to provide COVID-19 update after 3 more school closures
The briefing is scheduled to take place at 11 a.m. and will be live-streamed on this page.
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Train riders held up phones as woman was raped, Philadelphia police say
A man charged with raping a woman on a commuter train just outside of Philadelphia harassed her for more than 40 minutes while multiple people held up their phones to seemingly record the assault without intervening, authorities said.
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Colin Powell’s mixed legacy in the Black community
Powell, who died Monday of COVID-19 complications, spent 35 years in the Army and rose to political prominence under Republican presidents
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Child, 7, dies after getting trapped under log in rural Nova Scotia
RCMP spokesperson Cpl. Chris Marshall said the child had been playing near a log pile on Athol Forestry Coop Road.
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Strike threat hangs over SAQ as warehouse workers vote to start pressure tactics
The warehouse and distribution workers have been without a contract since April 1.
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Daycare workers reject Quebec's immediate pay hike offer as strikes continue
The referendum has only symbolic value and does not constitute a formal vote on the government's offer.
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Kidnappings of Americans, Canadian in Haiti shines light on gang risk: experts
The recent abduction of 16 Americans and one Canadian with Christian Aid Ministries in Haiti is putting the spotlight on the gang risk in the country, experts say.
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Armoured truck guards attacked and robbed Monday night in Parc-Extension
Two armored truck employees were attacked and robbed late Monday night in the Parc-Extension borough of Montreal.
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Armoured car guards pepper-sprayed, shot at as thieves make off with cash
The guards were moving bags of money into a truck near a bank in Park-Ex.
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Haiti gang wants US$17 million ransom for kidnapped American, Canadian missionaries: report
The gang that kidnapped a group of 17 American and Canadian missionaries in Haiti has asked for US$1 million each for their release, a top Haitian official said Monday, according to the Wall Street Journal.
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Contempt vote planned for Jan. 6 Capitol Hill attack as Trump sues congressional panel
Trump is aggressively trying to block the committee’s work by directing former White House aide Steve Bannon not to answer questions in the probe while also suing the panel
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Spacious $1.9M condo has lake, marina and sunset views: Home of the week
Renovated suite features two bedrooms, hardwood, and a kitchen with a big granite kitchen island and pantry
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5 things to know for Tuesday, October 19, 2021
Trudeau's visit to Kamloops is 'bittersweet,' Calgary and Edmonton elect new mayors, and parents consider vaccines for their kids. Here's what you need to know today.
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Winnipeg Jets staff gear up for Thursday’s home opener
True North executive Kevin Donnelly told Global News that the downtown arena is ready for full capacity, with all public health restrictions in place.
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Pattie Lovett-Reid: Talking about finances may not be romantic, but is necessary
Having a clear and honest discussion about your financial situation and money mindset before you walk down the isle just seems to make sense, but it isn't always easy, CTV's chief financial commentator Pattie Lovett-Reid writes in her latest column on CTVNews.ca.
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Man seriously injured after shooting in Toronto’s north end
Toronto police were called to Finch Avenue East, just west of Don Mills Road, shortly before 11 p.m. for reports by callers of the sound of multiple gunshots.
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Today’s coronavirus news: Federal government is sending more help to NWT to deal with surge; Pfizer officially applies for Canadian authorization for kids aged 5-11
Meanwhile, many scientists are pressing the British government to re-impose social restrictions and speed up booster vaccinations as coronavirus infection rates, already Europe’s highest, rise still further.
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Expert on timing of N.S. fixed election dates: ‘I can’t imagine who would advise that’
'Having them fixed in the summer is not usually positive for voter turnout,' said Lori Turnbull of Dalhousie University.
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A look back at Blue Monday through the prism of redemption
Forty years after a homer that epitomized Expos despair, Steve Rogers should be celebrated for his splendid pitching, not one toss of thousands.
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I’m married but still have feelings for my ex who keeps texting me: Ask Ellie
It feels like an unfinished affair, but it’s 10 years in the past, writes advice columnist Ellie. Try putting this old romance behind you. You did break up, by getting married to someone else, and eventually so did he.
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Matt Elliott: The need for ‘wartime speed’: Time is running out on using COVID as excuse for delays and reduced service at city hall
As the city government moves its focus toward pandemic recovery, Matt Elliott worries that the wartime speed Mayor John Tory liked to talk about is throttling down.
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Canada’s ‘Harry Potter’ can’t wait to bring ‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’ to Toronto. Tickets go on sale Dec. 1
Canadian actor Trevor White is ‘nervous but thrilled’ to portray an adult Harry Potter in the blockbuster play that picks up nearly two decades from where J.K. Rowling’s books left off. It will begin May 31, 2022 in Toronto.
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Gabby Petito's parents travel to Wyoming to bring her remains home
After heartbreaking and revealing details about the circumstances of her death were announced to the public, Gabby Petito's parents are finally bringing home the remains of their 22-year-old daughter.
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San Jose Sharks at Canadiens: Five things you should know
Jake Allen didn't practise with his teammates at the Bell Centre Monday, but he is expected to start against the Sharks.
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Emma Teitel: Would a four-day work week be a winner? It might depend on who you are
The four-day work model is growing in popularity around the world, at least in the trial phase, writes columnist Emma Teitel.
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Chris Johnston: The Leafs’ goalie manoeuvre was a stroke of salary-cap genius. Other teams might try it
While some may not like the optics of having a university student in equipment on an NHL bench, that’s not a concern for any individual team. The Leafs, like several other cap-strapped clubs, are merely trying to use the rules put in place by the league to the best of their advantage, Chris Johnston writes.
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Mike Wilner: Vladimir Guerrero Jr. wants to keep the Blue Jays gang together. That seems unlikely
The Jays will make pitches to bring back free-agents Robbie Ray, Marcus Semien and Steven Matz, but not at all costs. “I’m not a believer that you have to sign anyone back,” says Jays president and CEO Mark Shapiro. “I’m a believer that you have to get better.”
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