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COVID-19: High rates of burnout could lead to shortage of health-care workers

COVID-19: High rates of burnout could lead to shortage of health-care workers

Burnout occurs in many occupations, but health care exposes its professionals to unusual types of stress, including moral distress
<b>ONTARIO:</b> New vaccine mandates and passport rules are making it tough on the anti-vaccine movement

ONTARIO: New vaccine mandates and passport rules are making it tough on the anti-vaccine movement

Medical regulators and Human Rights opinions indicate that employers and business owners can impose strict vaccination rules
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Guelph police officer forgives man accused of running into him

ONTARIO: Guelph police officer forgives man accused of running into him

Const. Mark O'Connell was hit by a man accused of impaired driving in early August and his heart stopped beating, but he says the incident has made him a better person and officer
<b>COVID-19:</b> Canada could see above 15K daily COVID-19 cases next month

COVID-19: Canada could see above 15K daily COVID-19 cases next month

New modelling released by Dr. Theresa Tam today says if the current rate of transmission of COVID-19 remains the same, Canada could see more than 15,000 new cases a day by the beginning of October
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Legislature prorogued until after federal election

ONTARIO: Legislature prorogued until after federal election

Politicians had been on summer break, and were due back Sept. 13
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Man who attacked Sudbury mom, baby to be sentenced

ONTARIO: Man who attacked Sudbury mom, baby to be sentenced

Stavropoulos has been in jail since June 3, 2019 after stabbing a woman and injuring her baby
<b>CANADA:</b> Doctors frustrated with 'selfishness' of unvaccinated people, protesters

CANADA: Doctors frustrated with 'selfishness' of unvaccinated people, protesters

Dr. Steven Fedder, who works in the emergency room of a hospital in Richmond, B.C., said he has run out of patience for people whose stance against vaccines has larger societal implications
<b>CANADA:</b> Senator hears desperate plea from Afghan woman MP fearing Taliban reprisals

CANADA: Senator hears desperate plea from Afghan woman MP fearing Taliban reprisals

Sen. Salma Ataullahjan says she has received daily appeals for help to escape the Taliban from Afghans she met on official parliamentary business
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Vaccine booking portal sees appointments double after passport announcement

ONTARIO: Vaccine booking portal sees appointments double after passport announcement

A spokeswoman for Elliott said there were 7,125 COVID-19 vaccine appointments booked through the provincial portal alone on Wednesday, compared to 3,479 a day earlier, before the certificate plan was announced
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Doctors urged to be selective about issuing medical exemptions for COVID vax

ONTARIO: Doctors urged to be selective about issuing medical exemptions for COVID vax

There are very few legitimate medical reasons not to get vaccinated against COVID-19, doctor says