Day: February 4, 2022

Loblaws recalls PC brand Lemon & Ginger Sicilian Soda due to possible ‘extraneous’ glass

Loblaw Companies Ltd. is recalling PC brand Lemon & Ginger Sicilian Soda from the marketplace due to the possible presence of “extraneous” glass, says the Canadian Food Inspection Agency. The soda was sold nationally in a four-pack of 200-ml bottles, with a UPC of 0 60383 02157 3 and best before date of Sep. 24, 2023. The recall was […]

COVID-19 wastewater testing in Hamilton, Niagara Region ‘hasn’t been as useful’ – Hamilton

With publicly-funded PCR testing scarce and reserved for those considered “vulnerable” in Ontario, the province has begun to lean on wastewater surveillance from municipalities a little more as a potential alternative to track viral activity. Last March, the Ford government invested in just over a dozen research and academic institutions to create a surveillance network […]

It may be possible for people who got Omicron to be reinfected with it, Ontario experts say

TORONTO — As many as four million Ontarians may have been infected with the Omicron variant, according to the province’s science advisers, but their illnesses — particularly the milder ones — may not stop them from getting reinfected. It’s too early to know for certain, but it doesn’t seem like Omicron provides durable immunity against […]

THA consultations on Scarborough redevelopment begin Feb 23

Tobago Newsday Reporter 11 Minutes Ago The Scarborough Esplanade, Milford Road, Scarborough, Tobago. FILE PHOTO/JEFF MAYERS – The Division of Infrastructure, Quarries and the Urban Development (DIQUD) will be holding three public consultations on the Scarborough redevelopment project. The consultations begin on February 23, from 5pm to 7pm, and will continue the following Wednesdays until […]

Canada needs to adopt a ‘more sustainable’ approach to COVID-19, Tam says

Canada’s top doctor said today the country needs to find a more “sustainable” way to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic and future variants of the virus. Speaking to reporters at the weekly public health briefing, Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Theresa Tam said all existing public health policies, including provincial vaccine passports, need to be “re-examined” in […]

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