Tuesday , January 19 2021

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Short-term uncertainty for vaccination in Ontario

Reading time : 4 minutes TORONTO – Pfizer’s announcement of a reduction in deliveries of COVID-19 vaccines in the coming weeks casts doubt on the province’s vaccination targets, which despite everything is staying the course. “Every day that we administer less vaccine than we have the capacity, it’s a wasted …

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$ 1 million for French-speaking NPOs

It is from January 25 that French-speaking non-profit organizations (NPOs) can begin to apply for financial assistance under the CoViD-19 Relief Fund of $ 1 million in 2021. Administered by the Assemblée de la francophonie de l’Ontario (AFO), the $ 2 million Fund will provide operational funding to eligible organizations …

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Raptors double up against Hornets

We take the same and start again. Raptors and Hornets met this Saturday evening for a rematch of the meeting that had opposed them on Friday. Just like the first inning, the last action resulted in the Hornets’ failed 3-point attempt to tie the game. Once again, Nick Nurse’s men …

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Ronald Cormier, Acadian runner for a good cause

Reading time : 6 minutes [LA RENCONTRE D’ONFR+] GRANDE-DIGUE – Of the ten most influential people in Francophone minority communities, Ronald Cormier is perhaps the least known. This Acadian from Grande-Digue is among the “2020 vintage” of influencers unveiled in early January by Francopresse. To obtain this recognition, “Pépère Boite …

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A club of “little thinkers” at AFT

Sharing, kindness, fear, death… These “philosophical” subjects and many others appeal to children and adults alike. And if there’s one thing kids love, it’s asking the question “Why?” about what they are asked and what they see around them. It is to help them and exercise them in answering their …

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Confinement in Ontario: “Stay Home” and Confusion

Confinement in Ontario: “Stay Home” and Confusion Ontario Premier Doug Ford. Source: Facebook Doug Ford Sebastien Pierroz News Reading time: 2 minutes [ANALYSE] TORONTO – Restrictions continue in Ontario. Your serious, tight throat, Doug Ford gave momentum to the new measures formulated last Tuesday. Especially since the establishment of this …

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Doug Ford expels anti-containment MP

On Thursday night, Progressive Conservative York Center MP Roman Baber sent a letter to Premier Doug Ford asking him to end the lockdown. Friday morning, Doug Ford announces that this MP is no longer part of the caucus and that he can no longer run under the banner of the …

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Da culture to consume online

Reading time : 4 minutes [LE FIL CULTUREL DE L’ONTARIO FRANÇAIS] To change your mind this week, a concert of folk music, opera, cinema or even literature. The important thing is to continue to satisfy your cultural appetite. A column written and compiled by Katia Café-Febrissy. MUSIC GENEVIÈVE AND ALAIN …

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Maple Leafs snatch overtime victory

The opponents Hoping to start the season on the right foot, the Leafs faced Claude Julien’s troop. The Habs came to Toronto with several new players as well and we expected an explosive duel. Montreal opens the brand The visitors were the first to register for the scoring when youngster …

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A new unfair lockdown for Northern Ontario?

Reading time : 4 minutes Ontario announced yesterday that it is imposing an emergency measure and a stay-at-home order for the entire province until February 8. This measure also applies to the North, which must close despite a low rate of hospitalizations and cases of COVID-19. Some wonder if the …

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