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While differences over COVID has imploded the closeness between some people, others have rekindled old relationships with childhood and high school friends.
Scores of people with test appointments for Dec. 1 at the Union Station Kiosk were told they’d have to reschedule due to an “event.”
With more state and federal eviction protections expiring soon, activists warn of more related COVID cases and deaths.
Varanasi in India is installing 3,000 CCTV cameras with automated facial recognition tech at the city’s crossings.
The U.S., U.K., Germany—and to the Conservative Party’s dismay, Mexico—will likely get first dibs on frontrunner vaccines.
“Generally, we’re always racing to measure our productivity in terms of our output, but this year, I could blissfully blame my most unproductive moments on 2020.”
Despite having the fraction of the population of Ontario and Quebec, Alberta is reporting more infections. Public health experts blame Jason Kenney's weak restrictions and say the worst is still to come.
Performers and audience members have observed a steady rise in perverted behaviour in the past year.