CTV News Toronto at Six Podcast podcast

CTV News Toronto at Six for October 13, 2021

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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.

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    CTV News Toronto at Six for October 12, 2021

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    47:05

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    47:15

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    Massive parties held at campuses across Ontario, 'possible explosives' partially shut down Ambassador Bridge PLUS an Ontario couple denied boarding due to expired identification
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    46:48

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