June 9, 2022

Latinx Files: The ‘Bad Mexicans’ who made U.S. and Mexican history

On the Shelf Bad Mexicans By Kelly Lytle HernándezNorton: 384 pages, $30 If you buy books linked on our site, The Times may earn a commission from Bookshop.org, whose fees support independent bookstores. “Bad Mexicans: Race, Empire, and Revolution in the Borderlands,” the latest book by...

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Canadian doctors say medical delays from COVID-19 led to more advanced cancer cases

Lyndsay Armstrong , The Canadian Press Published Thursday, June 9, 2022 11:00AM EDT Canadian doctors say they are seeing patients with more advanced stages of cancer than usual — a phenomenon they are attributing to the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Helmut Hollenhorst, senior medical director for Nova...

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Iran is removing 27 surveillance cameras at nuclear sites, U.N. says

VIENNA —  Iran has started removing 27 surveillance cameras from nuclear sites across the country, the United Nations’ nuclear watchdog said Thursday, further impairing the agency’s ability to track Tehran’s uranium enrichment, which is now closer than ever to weapons-grade levels. The development comes a day after...

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‘People are being given advice and I hope they follow it:’ Tory says TTC riders should keep masks on

Mayor John Tory is urging commuters to continue to wear masks on the TTC, even though they will no longer be required to as of Saturday. Ontario’s Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. Kieran Moore announced on Wednesday that the mask mandate that had remained in...

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Mask mandate will be lifted on public transit this weekend but Toronto’s mayor ‘hopes’ TTC riders keep masking for now

Mayor John Tory is urging commuters to continue to wear masks on the TTC, even though they will no longer be required to as of Saturday. Ontario’s Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. Kieran Moore announced on Wednesday that the mask mandate that had remained in...

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Ontario’s mask mandate will be lifted on public transit this weekend but Toronto’s mayor says he hopes TTC riders keep masking for now

Mayor John Tory is urging commuters to continue to wear masks on the TTC, even though they will no longer be required to as of Saturday. Ontario’s Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. Kieran Moore announced on Wednesday that the mask mandate that had remained in...

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Well over 600,000 voters may be eligible to cast ballot for next Conservative leader

OTTAWA – The Conservative Party of Canada says well over 600,000 voters may be eligible to vote for the next leader and campaigns should prepare accordingly. The preliminary figures are more than double the number of members leadership hopefuls wrangled in the 2020 leadership race, when...

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