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Adam Dobrer

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Canadian News

TTC to terminate vaccine-hesitant employees by 2022

“Effective Dec. 31, employees who remain unvaccinated or who have not shared their proof of complete vaccination dosage will have their employment terminated,” the TTC statement read.

Adam Dobrer / Oct 16, 2021

Canadian News, News

Backlog for Manitoba medical procedures swells to 130,000 cases

A closer look at the numbers revealed 52,000 "non-emergent" surgical procedures, 41,000 diagnostic imaging tests and 35,000 other procedures such as allergy tests, mammograms and endoscopies to be completed.

Adam Dobrer / Oct 16, 2021

News, International News

Taiwan's president delivers defiant address, says island won't bow to CCP pressure

On the anniversary of Taiwan's founding, the island's president delivered a defiant address to her people standing firm against Chinese President Xi Jinping, vowing Taiwan would not "bow to pressure" from the mainland.

Adam Dobrer / Oct 10, 2021

American News

Morgan Freeman says he's 'not in the least bit for defunding the police'

"I'm not in the least bit for defunding the police," Freeman said. "Police work is, aside from all the negativity around it, it is very necessary for us to have them, and most of them are guys that are doing their job."

Adam Dobrer / Oct 10, 2021

News, American News

WATCH: 'F*ck Joe Biden!' chants erupt during Ole Miss-Arkansas game

College football country hasn't been kind to Biden since the season kicked off.

Adam Dobrer / Oct 10, 2021

News, American News, exclude

US Appeals Court reinstates Texas pro-life law

The new law threatens Texas abortion providers with lawsuits from private citizens, who can collect at least $10,000 in damages if successful.

Adam Dobrer / Oct 9, 2021

Canadian News, News

Canadian military saw pandemic as 'unique opportunity' to test propaganda on public

The propaganda plan acknowledged that "information operations and targeting policies and doctrines are aimed at adversaries and have a limited application in a domestic concept."

Adam Dobrer / Oct 9, 2021

News, International News

Xi Jinping says 'reunification' with Taiwan 'must be fulfilled' amid weeks of escalating military tensions

After a record number of Chinese intrusions into the Taiwanese Air Identification Zone, Chinese President Xi Jinping escalated the sabre-rattling further, stating the reunification with Taiwan "must be fulfilled."

Adam Dobrer / Oct 9, 2021

Canadian News, News

Canadian Vice-Chancellor of Cambridge University resigns amid 'too woke' criticism

Toope's time issued 'reforms' to university policy that drew fire from all sides of the culture war.

Adam Dobrer / Oct 9, 2021

Canadian News, News

Peter MacKay asks RCMP to reopen investigation into threats against family, Rakesh David a suspect

Peter MacKay has asked Ottawa RCMP to reopen their investigation into threats made against his family during last year's Conservative leadership race.

Adam Dobrer / Oct 9, 2021

Canadian News, News

City of Toronto union files official grievance over mandatory vaccination policy

The Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) Local 416 filed an official grievance with the city, stating its vaccine policy "is unreasonable and violates provisions of the collective agreement."

Adam Dobrer / Oct 9, 2021

Canadian News, News

Trudeau apologizes to BC First Nations chief for taking vacation on National Truth and Reconciliation Day

According to Prime Minister's Office (PMO) spokesperson Alex Wellstead, Justin Trudeau phoned Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc Chief Rosanne Casimir to apologize after travelling to Tofino to spend a time with family on Canada's inaugural National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.

Adam Dobrer / Oct 3, 2021

Canadian News

Staff shortage forces closure of BC Emergency Department until 'further notice'

In an emergency, residents are urged to call 911 or visit the ERs in Sparwood and Elk Valley in Fernie, nearly an hour's drive away.

Adam Dobrer / Oct 2, 2021

Canadian News, News

15,000 Quebec healthcare workers face suspension without pay for being unvaccinated

Quebec is dealing with the ramifications of its healthcare policy. On the one hand, needing to retain and increase staff and its plan to mandate vaccines for healthcare workers.

Adam Dobrer / Oct 2, 2021

Canadian News, News

Kingston pub loses liquor licence over non-compliance with Ontario's public health orders

The Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO) moved to suspend JAKK Tuesday's alcohol license because its owner refused to enforce Ontario's health orders for "non-essential" businesses.

Adam Dobrer / Oct 2, 2021

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