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    McMaster University study supports keeping schools open during pandemic, makes national headlines

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    McMaster University researchers made national news recently after they published a study which provides evidence that schools did not need to close in order to prevent significant COVID-19 transmission.

    The extensive review was led by researcher Sarah Neil-Sztramko who is also an Assistant Professor in the Department of Health Research Methods, Evidence, and Impact in the Faculty of Health Sciences at McMaster.

    Seven other researchers co-authored the document.

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    Hamilton Tiger-Cat Simoni Lawrence retires from football, accepts new role as brand and community ambassador for Hamilton Sports Group

    National

    Hamilton Tiger-Cat linebacker Simoni Lawrence announced his retirement after spending 11 seasons in the Canadian Football League (CFL)…

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    Women on the frontlines

    Opinion

    Just before International Women’s Day later this week, an event was held this past weekend entitled Women on the Frontlines: Muslim Leaders…

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    Here’s how Bethlenfalvy can fix the budget in 2024

    Provincial

    Finance Minister Peter Bethlenfalvy has a chance to turn the page on six years of taxpayer disappointment as he prepares to release his 2024 budget.

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    A threat to democracy comes in all forms and from both sides

    Opinion

    On a personal note, I am pleased to be at the keyboard today pounding out my weekly federal news column for the Niagara Independent.

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    Prairies pack a punch to Ottawa

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    This week has been very eventful in terms of Alberta and Saskatchewan pushing back against the increasingly discredited policies…

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    Accountability is nowhere to be found despite new details on ArriveCan scandal

    National

    It’s been said that democracy will bend but never break. And yet, a house of cards feels more apt as a metaphor to describe the current state of affairs in Canada.

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    Manitobans want a gas tax cut extension

    Provincial

    From Brandon to Winnipeg to Steinbach and beyond, Manitobans want to keep the gas tax cut.

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    Access to primary care is a priority concern for Canadians

    Opinion

    On a personal note, I am pleased to be at the keyboard today pounding out my weekly federal news column for the Niagara Independent.

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