DC Council Votes to Extend Student COVID-19 Vaccine Deadline – NBC4 Washington

DC Council Votes to Extend Student COVID-19 Vaccine Deadline – NBC4 Washington

The D.C. Council voted Tuesday in favor of emergency legislation that would extend the deadline for students to receive their COVID-19 vaccine until September 2023. Students in the District currently have until January to get the COVID-19 vaccination, but thousands of D.C. public school students have not received the required vaccine. The requirement is a … Read more

Global News at 5:30 Toronto: September 7, 2022

Global News at 5:30 Toronto: September 7, 2022

Global News at 5:30 Toronto Another supersized interest rate hike from the Bank of Canada – the impact on your family budget. A nurse sentenced to life in prison for the attempted murder of her young daughter. And, road safety is poised to become an election campaign in Toronto this fall.

Global News at 5:30 Toronto: August 26, 2022

Global News at 5:30 Toronto: August 26, 2022

Global News at 5:30 Toronto The province will dismantle the COVID-19 Science Table, we’ll explain why and who will advise the government going forward with the pandemic. A buyer beware story about a certain kind of life insurance, Consumer SOS has what you need to know. And, the new trend that has women embracing their … Read more

Global News at 5:30 Toronto: August 25, 2022

Global News at 5:30 Toronto: August 25, 2022

Global News at 5:30 Toronto An outbreak of meningococcal disease in Toronto, what kind of risk does this pose? Long lineups at Service Canada offices but this time its not for passports, we’ll explain. And, Fan Expo returns to the GTA, we’re taking you there for all the excitement.

Global News at 5:30 Toronto: August 18, 2022

Global News at 5:30 Toronto: August 18, 2022

Global News at 5:30 Toronto Queen’s Park unveils new measures aimed at easing Ontario’s health care crunch. Contract negotiations underway with Ontario’s teachers: will the new school year begin with labour unrest? And Toronto’s growing campaign for the Mayor’s chair: could tree-planting become a winning issue?

Global News at 5:30 Toronto: August 8, 2022

Global News at 5:30 Toronto: August 8, 2022

Global News at 5:30 Toronto Emergency crews in Ajax, Ont., work to free two workers trapped at a construction site. Toronto police investigate after a suspect wanted for break-and-enter allegedly steals a police car with two police dogs still inside. And, as a rare summer sitting begins, Ontario Premier Doug Ford loses a vote to … Read more

Global News at 5:30 Toronto: August 1, 2022

Global News at 5:30 Toronto: August 1, 2022

Global News at 5:30 Toronto The headline show of Drake’s OVO Fest is postponed after the Toronto musician contracts COVID-19. Six people are wounded in Ajax, Ont., after gunfire erupts at a barbeque. And, the concerns that health officials aren’t moving fast enough to vaccinate against monkeypox.

Global News at 5:30 Toronto: July 29, 2022

Global News at 5:30 Toronto: July 29, 2022

Global News at 5:30 Toronto The Caribbean Carnival returns to the streets of Toronto for the first time in three years. Tim Hortons trying to win back customers after its mobile app triggers legal action we’ll explain. And, turning old churches into new housing developments.

Global News at 5:30 Toronto: July 19, 2022

Global News at 5:30 Toronto: July 19, 2022

Global News at 5:30 Toronto Posted July 19, 2022 Scorching summer heat is having serious impacts here at home and overseas. Mandatory random COVID testing resumes for international passengers. And, Consumer SOS has a cautionary tale about appliance repair. REPORT AN ERROR