Plans for how you can resume faculty safely are creating stress between academics and provincial governments, with Ontario academics’ unions threatening to sue over what they name unsafe work situations. Joe Biden slams U.S. President Donald Trump, saying he’s ‘rooting for chaos.’ Plus, as Canada secures extra doses, we take a look at the controversial push to fast-track a COVID-19 vaccine.
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04:30 Ought to mother and father be involved?
05:58 COVID-19 throughout Canada: newest numbers
06:28 Canada indicators offers for attainable COVID-19 vaccines
09:05 Vancouver aquarium closes to the general public
09:36 COVID-19 industrial lease reduction program ends
11:55 PM condemns toppling of John A. Macdonald statue
13:00 Joe Biden campaigns in Pittsburgh, slams Trump
15:19 Trump to go to Kenosha after Jacob Blake capturing
17:26 Cleanup continues after Hurricane Laura
17:51 Historic first industrial flight from Israel to U.A.E.
20:53 Toddler swept within the air by kite in Taiwan
21:17 Olympic flame show unveiled in Tokyo
21:33 Canadians wrestle to get household out of India
23:53 International COVID-19 instances surpass 25 million
24:46 Human problem trials in race for a COVID-19 vaccine
34:43 You COVID-19 questions: Ask the Docs
38:00 COVID-19 Lives Remembered: Evelyn Knowles
40:23 Faculty resumes in Northwest Territories
40:48 Indigenous teachings get children exterior the classroom
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