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Heat warning expected to last through the week: Environment Canada

Heat warning expected to last through the week: Environment Canada

Daytime high temperatures near 30 degrees Celsius with humidex values in the low to mid-thirties are forecast over the next several days
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> Mind your microbes, they just might influence the severity of COVID-19

BEYOND LOCAL: Mind your microbes, they just might influence the severity of COVID-19

The gut microbiome is the community of micro-organisms living inside the gastrointestinal tract, which performs many beneficial functions, including educating the immune system
Severe thunderstorm watch issued into the evening

Severe thunderstorm watch issued into the evening

The current weather conditions mean the possibility of severe thunderstorms developing
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<b>CANADA:</b> Fashion retailers confront consumer shifts amid 'long slow ramp' to new normal

CANADA: Fashion retailers confront consumer shifts amid 'long slow ramp' to new normal

The mass closing of malls and offices along with the cancellation of celebrations and big events has been devastating, says the head of Harry Rosen, one of the country’s leading men's clothing retailers
'Several days' of hot weather expected: Environment Canada

'Several days' of hot weather expected: Environment Canada

Daytime highs near 30 with a humidex in the mid-30's are expected throughout the weekend
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<b>COVID-19:</b> Customer experience will help retailers overcome financial hit from pandemic

COVID-19: Customer experience will help retailers overcome financial hit from pandemic

The human touch will define who the winners will be post-coronavirus, experts say
Health unit in Sudbury instructing commercial businesses to ramp up face covering

Health unit in Sudbury instructing commercial businesses to ramp up face covering

Routinely wearing face covering will pave the way to stage 3 of re-opening says Dr. Penny Sutcliffe