Tag: COVID-19

Only 7 School Boards To Return To Classrooms On Monday.

Yesterday, the Ontario Education Minister, Stephen Lecce, announced that only 7 School Boards would be permitted to return to online learning instead of the remainder of the Southern Ontario boards. On January 12, 2021, Ontario announced that elementary and secondary students in

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Province Releases List For Stay-At-Home Order

The Ontario government has put out a detailed list of what we can and can’t do now that the stay-at-home order has come into effect. The document answers various answers to people’s questions regarding the measure, including which stores can

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Ontario Schools Will Start Learn At Home On January 4th

The Ontario Provincial Government announced yesterday that there will be a province wide lock-down beginning on Boxing Day, this will see the schools closed as well for at least one week, longer depending on which board and which grade level.

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Study Says Workers Want To Keep Working From Home After Pandemic

A new study says that over 50 percent of Americans want to continue working from home after the pandemic ends. In the study released by the Pew Research Center on Wednesday, researchers surveyed the experiences of 5,858 U.S. adults who

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The Best Free Video Chat Apps For Hosting A Virtual Holiday Party

With more and more regions entering lockdown or more restrictive phases of the provincial pandemic response; it is looking less and less like gatherings of any kind are a good idea. With that in mind, it might be beneficial to

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With New Restrictions Toronto Zoo To Close Indefinitely

With new lockdown restrictions returning to Toronto this morning, one of the city’s biggest attractions has announced it will be closing until further notice. As of this morning, Monday, November 23rd, the Toronto Zoo, the Holiday Marketplace, and Terra Lumina,

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Vaccine With Potential Funded In Part By Dolly Parton – GNSOTD Wed, Nov. 18th 2020

The COVID-19 Pandemic has been awful. We are living through our hundred year plague and it has been wearing on the hearts and minds of billions. But, so far, one thing has been consistent. The science has continually proven right

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Bake Off Leads To Thousands of Cookies for Frontline Coronavirus Workers – GNSOTD Mon, Nov. 16th 2020

Scrolling through Facebook one morning in April, middle school English teacher Jeremy Uhrich noticed something unusual: his friend Scott McKenzie showing off his homemade chocolate chip cookies. “I work at a small college here in Huntingdon and I was furloughed

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Remembrance Day Ceremonies Today

Today is the 11th Day of the 11th Month and on the 11th hour, it is Remembrance Day, and for the most part we will be gathering in our own homes for a moment of silence, reflection, and remembrance of

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New York Book Store Lives Another Day Thanks To Community – GNSOTD Wed, Oct. 28th 2020

One of New York Cities oldest bookstores was in a bit of trouble this month until this past weekend. Nancy Bass Wyden is owner of the Strand Bookstores, which was founded in 1927 by Benjamin Bass, a Jewish Lithuanian immigrant,

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