Vector Issue #6238: tai chi masters, a junior martial artist practicing with his senior

 

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Toronto Public Health orders 3 restaurants to close to slow COVID-19 spread | CBC News

Toronto Public Health has ordered three restaurants on King Street West to close to protect the public from COVID-19. MARBL, King Taps, Casa Mezcal received orders on Friday night to close

CBC News | 26 Sep, 2020
How Quebec's bungled messaging is hampering the anti-virus effort | CBC News

Effective communication is key to managing a large-scale outbreak. But it's not an easy task, and the Quebec government appears to have sowed more confusion than clarity in recent weeks.

CBC News | 26 Sep, 2020
Unsanctioned injection site opens in Lethbridge, home to highest rate of opioid overdose deaths in Alberta | CBC News

At sunset, a group of community volunteers and health-care professionals opened an unauthorized space in Lethbridge, Alta., in a tent for people with addictions to consume drugs.

CBC News | 26 Sep, 2020
Proud Boys rally prompts governor to declare weekend state of emergency in Portland, Ore. | CBC News

Thousands of supporters of the far-right Proud Boys group were expected in Portland, Ore., on Saturday as police prepared for clashes in a city that has become the epicentre of sometimes deadly political violence in the run-up to the Nov. 3 election.

CBC News | 26 Sep, 2020
7 in custody after stabbing near Charlie Hebdo's former office in Paris | CBC News

Seven people were in custody on Saturday after a stabbing outside the former Paris offices of satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo, including the suspected assailant, authorities said.

CBC News | 26 Sep, 2020
Coronavirus: What's happening in Canada and around the world on Saturday | CBC News

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Theresa Tam are asking Canadians to remain vigilant against the spread of COVID-19, with the country surpassing 150,000 confirmed cases.

CBC News | 26 Sep, 2020
2020 could be on track to be another record-setting warm year, despite global lockdowns​​​​​​​ | CBC News

There was some hope that a reduction in carbon emissions due to the COVID-19 lockdown could be the silver lining to a tragic situation, but it’s unlikely to make a dent in the upward trend of Earth’s rising temperatures, as the planet recorded its second-warm…

CBC News | 26 Sep, 2020
Democrats face limited options to prevent confirmation of Trump's Supreme Court pick | CBC News

Democrats' options to try and prevent the Senate from voting to confirm U.S. President Donald Trump's Supreme Court justice nominee are limited, experts say. While they may be able to delay a vote, there's little they can do to stop it.

CBC News | 26 Sep, 2020
Meng Wanzhou returns to court as U.S. election looms and political pressures mount | CBC News

Lawyers for Meng Wanzhou will be in court next week launching their latest bid to halt extradition proceedings. But legal experts say the Huawei executive's fate may depend just as much on the results of an upcoming American election and shifting political ca…

CBC News | 26 Sep, 2020
Canada failed to protect elderly in first wave of COVID-19 — will the same mistakes be made again? | CBC News

As COVID-19 cases surge across Canada and outbreaks in nursing homes flare up once again, experts say vulnerable elderly populations are at extreme risk in the second wave due to a lack of government action.

CBC News | 26 Sep, 2020
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