It’s a mixture of pleasure and COVID-19 anxiousness throughout Canada as hundreds extra youngsters head again to highschool with the virus already making its presence recognized. As COVID-19 circumstances enhance, Ontario places the brakes on reopening and B.C. reinstates restrictions. Plus, Beirut guarantees to rebuild, however its folks face an unsure future.
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01:02 COVID-19 circumstances rising throughout the nation
01:41 B.C. and Ontario put the breaks on reopening
04:23 Nervousness and pleasure as extra college students return to class
07:33 COVID-19 circumstances in some Alberta faculties
09:44 Quebec decide guidelines towards expanded entry to on-line studying
10:06 Vaccine placed on maintain after unexplained sickness in volunteer
10:31 Specialists to evaluate Canada’s pandemic warning system
11:04 Conservative chief Erin O’Toole names opposition critics
13:11 Stornoway getting $170K in repairs
15:19 Troopers confess to mass atrocities towards Rohingya
17:30 Belarus opposition chief ‘tore up passport’ to keep away from expulsion
20:23 California wildfires smoke impacting B.C.
22:49 Rochester, N.Y. police management stepping down
23:20 Disney remake Mulan ignite controversy
26:14 Can Beirut rise once more after lethal explosion?
33:06 Currating the COVID-19 pandemic with masks
39:24 B.C. First Nationwide college adapts through the pandemic
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