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Ian Ostroff

Ian Ostroff was born and raised in Montreal. He graduated from Concordia University in the spring of 2019 and loves spending time exploring his city.

News, International News

WHO seeks COVID vaccine booster for poorer nations

WHO officials urged global "solidarity" to combat the COVID-19 pandemic, making an appeal to wealthy countries and corporations to help.

Ian Ostroff / Aug 7, 2021

Canadian News, News

Angus Reid poll says Canadians want to work from home

Reid predicts that hybrid office options will be in demand as the world transitions to a post-COVID economy.

Ian Ostroff / Aug 7, 2021

News, American News

Apple will now scan iPhones for child sex abuse material

Last Thursday, Apple announced that their iPhone technology will now be able to find child sex abuse picture content with customer devices in the United States.

Ian Ostroff / Aug 6, 2021

Canadian News, News

No charges laid against Alberta man who killed home intruder

Announced by the RCMP on Friday, no charges will be laid out against an Alberta man who shot and killed a home intruder that attacked him with a baseball bat.

Ian Ostroff / Aug 6, 2021

Canadian News, News

Woman faces charges after North York hit-and-run

After a hit-and-run incident with fatal results in North York on Thursday evening, a 28-year-old woman now faces charges for her actions.

Ian Ostroff / Aug 6, 2021

Canadian News, News

Canadian border workers to strike on August 6, three days before relaxing border restrictions

Canadian border officials informed the public to expect long lineups and delays at over 1,200 border crossings and airports.

Ian Ostroff / Aug 6, 2021

Canadian News, News

Legault officially announces vaccine passport for Quebec

Legault, who is not a doctor, said that he expects hospitalizations and deaths to go up in the near future.

Ian Ostroff / Aug 5, 2021

Canadian News, News

WATCH: Ontario Liberal leader calls for mandatory vaccines for healthcare and education workers, criticizes Ford

Ontario Liberal Leader Steven Del Duca was featured in a video interview by CBC News regarding his stance on mandatory vaccines for healthcare workers and those in education.

Ian Ostroff / Aug 5, 2021

News, International News

Melbourne, Australia enters 6th lockdown

On Thursday, Australia's second-biggest city, Melbourne, went into its sixth lockdown.

Ian Ostroff / Aug 5, 2021

Canadian News, News

Canada's healthcare system ranked second-last among high-income countries

Canada's healthcare system was ranked 10th out of eleven high-income nations in a new report by the Commonwealth Fund.

Ian Ostroff / Aug 4, 2021

Canadian News, News

Trudeau Liberals maintain lead as election season looms

27 percent of respondents said that they would vote Liberal if an election were to be held tomorrow.

Ian Ostroff / Aug 4, 2021

Canadian News, News

Puppy stolen during home invasion in Brampton, Ontario

Police are looking for suspects after a five-week old puppy was stolen during a home invasion earlier this month in Brampton.

Ian Ostroff / Aug 4, 2021

Canadian News, News

One-year-old girl dies after drowning in backyard swimming pool in Ontario

Authorities have stated that family was present at the time when the drowning occurred.

Ian Ostroff / Aug 3, 2021

Canadian News, News

Three dead, two injured in Montreal apartment shooting

Police have confirmed that three people were killed and two were injured during a shooting in Montreal's northeastern end on Monday evening.

Ian Ostroff / Aug 3, 2021

Canadian News, News

Charges dropped against Canadian trucker who says he was a victim of marijuana smuggling scheme

Federal prosecutors have dropped charges against a Canadian truck driver who was taken into custody at the US border after 2,200 pounds of marijuana was discovered in his rig last month.

Ian Ostroff / Aug 2, 2021

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