Toronto District School Board extends COVID-19 vaccination policy deadline for staff

But those who have disclosed they aren't vaccinated or have only received one vaccine dose now have until Nov. 21 to get jabbed.
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Omicron found in 6 more states, but experts say Delta remains greatest threat to U.S.
New Jersey, Maryland, Missouri, Nebraska, Pennsylvania and Utah each reported their first cases of the Omicron COVID-19 variant on Friday.
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Goggia dominates season opening World Cup downhill in Lake Louise
Sofia Goggia was in a class by herself in the season-opening women's World Cup downhill Friday.
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AltaGas raising dividend 6%, moving to quarterly payments from monthly
AltaGas Ltd. says it is raising its dividend six per cent for next year and moving to a quarterly payment schedule from monthly payments to shareholders.
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Michigan school shooting: What we know about the parents of accused teenager
A Michigan prosecutor laid involuntary manslaughter charges on Friday against the parents of a teenager accused in the shooting of four students at a local high school this week. Here is what we know about the parents.
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London Knights knock off Erie Otters in return home after four-game road trip
The London Knights returned home for the first time since November 20.
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Scheifele’s hat trick propels Jets past Devils in Friday night barnburner
Nikolaj Ehlers also scored twice in the Jets' win.
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Officials prepare roads, bridges, transit for possible Lower Mainland snow
TransLink has put its winter plan into effect, while the Ministry of Transportation says it's taken steps to prevent so-called "ice bombs" on the Port Mann and Alex Fraser bridges.
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B.C. health minister says no leeway for chiropractors after vote opposing vaccine mandate
More than three-quarters of delegates at B.C. chiropractors' annual general meeting supported a non-binding motion against vaccine mandates this week.
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B.C. floods: How restoring wetlands and watersheds could help prevent the next disaster
Functioning wetlands can absorb water and give rivers a safe outlet when they flood. They can also help during drought season by releasing stored moisture.
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Homicide detectives probe suspicious death in northeast Edmonton
A man was found dead inside a northeast Edmonton home on Friday afternoon after police officers were dispatched to the residence because of a weapons complaint.
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Russia is planning military offensive against Ukraine: U.S. intelligence
U.S. intelligence officials have determined that a possible military offensive could begin as soon as early 2022 and would include an estimated 175,000 personnel.
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