Scotiabank Arena is welcoming a capacity crowd for the Maple Leafs home opener; restaurants and bars are calling for Ontario to release the data that supports excluding their businesses from capacity limit changes; and, pregnant Ontarians are lagging behind in COVID-19 vaccination rates.
Otros episodios de "CTV News Toronto at Six Podcast"
CTV News Toronto at Six for October 14, 2021
47:06A 15-year-old girl is facing a first-degree murder charge in the shooting death of another teen; Ontario is preparing a strategy to begin lifting pandemic restrictions; and, a Toronto firm explains why they switched to a four-day work week.
CTV News Toronto at Six for October 13, 2021
47:09Scotiabank Arena is welcoming a capacity crowd for the Maple Leafs home opener; restaurants and bars are calling for Ontario to release the data that supports excluding their businesses from capacity limit changes; and, pregnant Ontarians are lagging behind in COVID-19 vaccination rates.
CTV News Toronto at Six for October 12, 2021
46:33A COVID-19 outbreak has shut down an Etobicoke high school; Ontario restaurant owners warn "civil disobedience" is coming over their exclusion from the provinces' changes to capacity limits; and, what you need to know as the Toronto Maple Leafs get set to welcome a full capacity crowd at Scotiabank Arena.
CTV News Toronto at Six for October 8, 2021
47:05Ontario is lifting capacity restrictions for certain large venues; free menstrual products will be available in Ontario schools this fall; and, a man is facing murder charges in connection with a deadly home invasion and abduction.
CTV News Toronto at Six for October 7, 2021
46:20Ontario releases guidelines for Thanksgiving and Halloween; employment lawyer says people can be fired for not getting vaccinated; and, a traffic expert reveals one way the city could reduce congestion.
CTV News Toronto at Six for October 6, 2021
46:20A Toronto teacher has been found not guilty of criminal neglect in the 2017 drowning death of a teen; Premier Ford is in the hot seat over the number of MPPs in his caucus medically exempt from getting a COVID-19 vaccine; and, gas prices are approaching a record high in Toronto.
CTV News Toronto at Six for October 5, 2021
47:15A North York high school locked down after a male student was stabbed; Ontario is deploying COVID-19 rapid test kits to select schools; and, a new exhibit at the Art Gallery of Ontario gives visitors a modern peek at the art of Pablo Picasso.
CTV News Toronto at Six for October 4, 2021
46:58Massive parties held at campuses across Ontario, 'possible explosives' partially shut down Ambassador Bridge PLUS an Ontario couple denied boarding due to expired identification
CTV News Toronto at Six for October 1, 2021
46:29FULL NEWSCAST: Ontario makes it mandatory for long-term care staff, volunteers to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by Nov. 15 + Police recover body, make arrest in alleged murder of missing Ontario couple + Supreme Court upholds Ontario law that slashed Toronto council
CTV News Toronto at Six for September 30, 2021
46:48Canada marks its first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, Ontario's Indigenous Affairs Minister explains why Sept. 30 is not a provincial stat holiday PLUS the Toronto Catholic Archdiocese offers an apology for its role in the residential school system.