FULL NEWSCAST: Ontario recommends Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine over Moderna for people 18 to 24 effective immediately + 'Perfect' dock at Ontario Airbnb suite submerged – but the company didn't allow a negative review + Ontario announces school curriculum changes to mandate Indigenous learning in Grades 1 to 3
Otros episodios de "CTV News Toronto at Six Podcast"
CTV News Toronto at Six for Oct. 22, 2021
46:23Premier Doug Ford announces the province's plan to gradually loosen all COVID-19 restrictions, local restaurants decry the incoming end of federal subsidies and the latest on the accidental shooting of Halyna Hutchins.
CTV News Toronto at Six for October 21, 2021
46:17The Ontario government will reveal its "long-term" strategy to lift COVID-19 restrictions on Friday; many small businesses are facing more uncertainty as federal pandemic subsidies are replaced with a targeted program; and, as people return to the office, shelters are seeing an influx of pet surrenders.
CTV News Toronto at Six for October 20, 2021
46:56The teen killed after being struck by a vehicle is being remembered as a passionate volunteer; the Toronto Raptors are playing their first regular-season game on home court in 600 days; and, there is a new type of convenience store where there are no cashiers.
CTV News Toronto at Six for October 19, 2021
47:08A 17-year-old has died after she was struck by a vehicle in Toronto; Premier Ford refused to apologize for his comments on immigrants; and, see how a team of GTA doctors are reaching out to vaccine hesitant people.
CTV News Toronto at Six for October 18, 2021
47:03Many Ontarians are reporting issues downloading the new vaccine certificate QR code; global supply chain issues may lead to major product shortages from Christmas presents to winter tires; and, extradition documents reveal new details about a Toronto rapper arrested in California while wanted for murder.
CTV News Toronto at Six for October 15, 2021
46:31The Ontario government has launched its COVID-19 vaccine verification app and QR code system; Police say the disappearance of two Whitby women are suspicious; and, Toronto has won a court case to purchase property to preserve a 250-year-old oak tree.
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.