TTC says service reductions expected when COVID-19 vaccine mandate takes effect

The TTC said it has developed 'temporary schedules' taking into account employees who will be unable to work once the COVID vaccine mandate goes into effect on Nov. 20.
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Canadian employers, facing labour shortage, accommodate the unvaccinated
Canada's tight labour market is forcing many companies to offer regular COVID-19 testing over vaccine mandates, while others are reversing previously announced inoculation requirements even as Omicron variant cases rise.
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Timberlea Senior Elementary School shutting down for week to curb COVID-19 spread
Public Health's mobile testing unit is at Beechville Lakeside Timberlea Senior Elementary in Timberlea today to provide free COVID-19 testing for staff and students.
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Heather Scoffield: Priced out of the housing market? For first-time buyers it’s about to get worse
To combat housing affordability there have been policies and incentives and subsidies, there have been interest rate hikes and interest rate cuts, growth surges, a downturn and a major recession. And still, house prices rise and rise, Heather Scoffield writes.
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The impact of Canada and the back end of the Raptors roster dominate Ye Olde Mailbag
Plus queries on what gets published and how, three-point shooting and our beloved coaches challenges fill the week out
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Today’s coronavirus news: Hundreds march against COVID-19 restrictions in Belgium; Senegal registers first case of Omicron variant
Meanwhile, The Brazilian Supreme Court has ordered an investigation into President Jair Bolsonaro’s false comments linking COVID-19 vaccines with the development of AIDS.
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Two midtown Toronto families killed at home, a year apart. What, if anything, connects their ‘overkill’ murders?
The Fagan and Airst families were both victims of massive overkill.
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Emma Teitel: No pain, no gain: Traffic jams from Ontario Line construction are the inevitable cost of growing Toronto’s transit
Transit is like affordable housing: everybody wants it, yet no one wants to be inconvenienced by it.
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Incoming German transport minister advises against Christmas travel
Volker Wissing, whose pro-business party has designated him as transport minister in the incoming government, said that 'in the current situation, it seems more sensible to spend Christmas in a small group at home and not to plan big trips across the country.'
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Avalanche in Austria kills 3 skiers, injures 2
Three skiers have been killed and two injured in an avalanche in central Austria, authorities said Sunday.
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Smoldering debris, mud hinder Indonesia volcano rescue
Rescuers were searching for survivors Sunday on the slopes of the highest volcano on Indonesia's island of Java after it was rocked by an eruption that killed at least 13 people, as smoldering debris and thick mud hampered their efforts.
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Indonesian rescuers dig through volcanic ash after 14 die
Rescuers were sifting through smoldering debris and thick mud in search of survivors a day after the highest volcano on Java island erupted with fury, killing at least 14 people with searing gas and ash.
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About Last Night: Habs hang on for single point in 4-3 OT loss to Preds
Jake Allen made 40 saves, including 16 in the third period, in the losing effort. Filip Forsberg scored the winner in overtime.
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This federal minister says it’s time to give land back to Indigenous peoples. What could that look like?
Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister Marc Miller says giving land back — or compensating Indigenous nations for land taken from them — should be at the heart of Canada’s reconciliation agenda. Yet among Indigenous leaders and experts, skepticism abounds.
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Some in his party are working to oust him. But Erin O’Toole isn’t going down without a fight
Those Conservative MPs who opposed the conversion therapy bill gave up the fight this time, but they don’t intend to stay silent.
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The pandemic encouraged virtual family doctor visits. Are they here to stay?
As provinces urge doctors to see patients in person, family doctors are still trying to figure out how to find the right mix without compromising standards of care.
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Why Canada needs a Green National Energy Program instead of corporate welfare for the oil and gas sector
The climate emergency presents a new kind of challenge that demands a similar strategy of regulation, price controls, and the development of renewable energy sources and a national distribution network.
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Gold, diamonds and psychic guidance. How an Ontario man took millions from investors and left them with nothing
Richard Mori promised investors riches. His wife Bonnie helped gain their trust. A Torstar investigation untangles what happened to the millions investors gave to Richard’s mining company.
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Canada not in midst of housing bubble: Former housing and mortgage head
The former CEO of the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation says the many factors contributing to Canada's increasingly hot housing market, while notable, aren't cumulating in a housing bubble.
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