TDSB no longer needs extra classroom space after more parents opt students for online learning

The Toronto District School Board says there were initial concerns about the lack of space at five of its schools, but more students have since switched over to online learning.
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Unattended child in vehicle’s trunk, armed confrontation result in charges in Nova Scotia
RCMP say the entire incident was captured on surveillance video.
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Coronavirus: No new cases for Kawartha Lakes, Northumberland and Haliburton Counties
As of Monday at 1:15 p.m., the number of COVID-19 cases was 234, unchanged since the health unit's last update on Friday afternoon
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Quebec is entering second COVID-19 wave: Horacio Arruda
"If we want to have a Christmas that is a bit normal, people have to co-operate. Its major."
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Section of Guelph’s Stevenson Street to close for 9 months for construction
The City of Guelph says construction will close a stretch of Stevenson Street for nine months.
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Europe tightens coronavirus restrictions as infections surge
The growing push to reimpose tough new measures in Europe to beat back a scourge that was seemingly under control in the spring contributed to a sharp drop on Wall Street in the morning.
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Mental Health Monday: Tips for keeping up during the pandemic
One in five people in Canada will personally experience a mental health problem or illness, according to the Canadian Mental Health Association.
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Amid pandemic, Quebec hires language inspectors
The Office québécois de la langue française gets $5 million to hire enforcement officers, open three new offices, and more.
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Prelude to N.S. shooter’s rampage described in newly released court documents
Documents released Monday include what appears to be an account from the Portapique, N.S. shooter’s common-law spouse
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Alberta’s top doctor to offer update on province’s COVID-19 response Monday
Dr. Deena Hinshaw is scheduled to hold a news conference on Monday afternoon to provide an update on the COVID-19 situation in Alberta.
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2 horses escape trailor flip on Highway 401 in Kingston with minor injuries
OPP say that two horses were left with minor injuries after the trailer carrying them flipped on Highway 401.
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Torontonians can slow COVID-19 but only if they buckle down on personal behaviour now, de Villa warns
“Had we acted differently, we would be in a different place,” in terms of surging COVID-rates in Toronto, Dr. Eileen de Villa told CBC Radio’s “Metro Morning.”
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British-French actor and 'Bond' villain Michael Lonsdale dies
Michael Lonsdale, the British-French actor with a far-ranging film and theatre career but most widely recognised as the villain opposite James Bond in "Moonraker", died on Monday aged 89.
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Former Maple Leafs forward Bob Nevin dead at 82
Nevin helped the Maple Leafs win Stanley Cup titles in 1962 and 1963 before being dealt to the Rangers in a blockbuster trade.
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5 new coronavirus cases, 2 recoveries in London and Middlesex
Monday's reported cases involve two people in their 20s, one person in their 30s, one person in their 40s, and one person in their 70s.
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Ellen DeGeneres breaks silence on ‘toxic’ workplace complaints in show’s season premiere
Ellen DeGeneres said she is now 'taking responsibility for what happens at my show.'
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Pediatricians warn of 'devastating collision course' ahead of flu season
The pediatrics section of the Ontario Medical Association has launched a petition calling for 'mass immunization' ahead of influenza season, warning of a 'potentially devastating collision course' amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
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B.C. Premier John Horgan meeting with lieutenant governor amid speculation he will call an election
B.C. has a fixed election date set for October 2021, but Horgan has said recently he was considering his political options.
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John Horgan meets Lt.-Gov. Janet Austin amid B.C. election speculation
VICTORIA — B.C. Premier John Horgan is meeting with Lt.-Gov. Janet Austin today amid speculation he will call a provincial election. Horgan has called an 11 a.m. news conference following the meeting with the lieutenant-governor. A statement from Horgan’s press secretary says the premier “will address how British Columbians deserve a say in our economic recovery and will decide the future of our province.” B.C. has a fixed election date set for October 2021, but Horgan has said recently he was considering his political options. More to follow
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Canada reluctantly approves Ontario and New Brunswick carbon prices for big emitters
New Brunswick and Ontario's proposals to tax greenhouse gas emissions from heavy industry meet the federal rules in theory but the federal environment minister said they will not have the same impact on climate change.
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Nova Scotia gunman flagged for suspicious cash transactions before April shooting, docs show
The gunman who killed 22 people in Nova Scotia was flagged for multiple suspicious transactions for purchasing items 'intended for police use' and a $475,000 cash withdrawal.
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Urgent care centres planned for Regina and Saskatoon
Saskatchewan Health Minister Jim Reiter said urgent care centres in Regina and Saskatoon will ease pressure on emergency rooms.
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Lebanon going to ‘hell’ if a new government not formed, president says
The stark warning comes as the country struggles to contain a spiralling economic and financial crisis that threatens to nose-dive further in the coming weeks, as well as concerns of unrest in the fragile country also witnessing a surge in coronavirus cases and deaths.
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Medical masks lower risk of infection in some settings: Quebec researchers
Other measures, like keeping two metres apart and washing hands, are effective and necessary alongside mask use.
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British Columbians heading to the polls on October 24 in fall election
According to Elections BC, voters will go to the polls on Oct. 24 if Janet Austin accepts his request.
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Simona Halep wins Italian Open after opponent retires from final
Halep was leading 6-0, 2-1 when when 2019 champion Karolína Plíšková stopped playing after just 31 minutes due to an injury.
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Canada’s Steven Diez, Brayden Schnur advance to second round of French Open qualifying
Diez next faces Christopher Eubanks of the United States, while Schnur will meet American Sebastian Korda.
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Trump to announce Supreme Court pick to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg by Saturday
Democratic nominee Joe Biden has urged a delay in a nomination, declaring that the next president should fill the seat.
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Ontario reports 18 additional COVID-19 cases in publicly funded schools for a total of 90
The latest report Monday morning reveals that there are 75 schools affected across the province, with 46 of them in the GTA.
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Survey finds most Canadian Olympic athletes against medal podium protests
The majority of Canadian Olympic athletes surveyed believe that protests should not be permitted on the medal podium or elsewhere on the field of play.
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OPP investigate fatal single-vehicle crash in Bruce County
The driver, who was the lone occupant of the vehicle, was pronounced dead at the scene.
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Doug Ford’s Sept. 21 COVID-19 update: Live video
The premier addresses the province on the latest coronavirus measures as Ontario records 425 new cases The post Doug Ford’s Sept. 21 COVID-19 update: Live video appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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Montrealers urged to respect health measures, answer contact tracing calls to stem COVID-19 tide
Montreal is now in the 'orange' level of Quebec's coronavirus alert system.
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2 suspects sought following assault in downtown Lindsay: police
Police say two men assaulted a man along Kent and William streets early Saturday in Lindsay.
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Amazon’s buying spree for used airplanes makes green pledge harder to keep
Amazon has been among the biggest lessors of converted Boeing Co. 767s in the last five years as demand for online shopping has soared — more so since COVID-19 struck.
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Woman falls out car window onto highway while shooting Snapchat video
She fell into a live lane and only survived through pure luck, according to police.
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