The announcement will be the largest single announcement of transit funding in Canada’s history, sources said.
“While these serious reactions remain extremely rare, there is a robust process in place to monitor for any adverse events,” Hamilton’s medical officer of health told Global News.
“We’re here because of a provincial government that refused to implement the timely, evidence-based measures the experts have been screaming for.”
“As the doctors have made it clear they do not feel the data supports this, I cannot help but wonder how this decision came to be made without data and without their support?”
“It’s sensitive information that shouldn’t be sent to anyone else other than that person,” Burlington resident Brian Morrow said after receiving someone else’s vaccination receipt.
The sources, who weren’t authorized to speak publicly, warned the cabinet’s deliberations are evolving and items being discussed are subject to change.
Sources told Global News that under the plan still being considered late Tuesday, non-essential retail stores would be limited to curbside pickup.
“The plan also includes school bus drivers and crossing guards, who are so important to our school communities,” the memo states.
Many of the logistical details were still being sorted out Wednesday evening, but sources told Global News the measure would likely take effect sometime during the Easter weekend.
Niagara MPP Sam Oosterhoff spoke at an event Wednesday evening that was held in collaboration with a group that has compared abortion to the Holocaust.
“It has felt very grassroots, but I would say grassroots to the point of feeling like we have not had the support that we needed to ensure that it was coordinated.”
Niagara MPP Sam Oosterhoff is scheduled to speak at an event titled ‘Gen Z: Challenging Abortion in Politics’ on Wednesday.
‘What will the impact be on the variants of concern and potential others? This will remain a guessing game without being able to transfer knowledge from properly performed trials.’
The availability of Premier Doug Ford and other high-level officials was praised, but complex and confusing messaging was cited as a major ongoing issue.
Capacity currently exists to process approximately 50,000 tests at Ontario’s schools a week, but much of that capacity remains underutilized.