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As a franchise, Tim Hortons is about as beloved and synonymous with Canadian culture as it gets. However, each location still needs to work diligently to be up-to-code, especially with regard to food safety.

According to DineSafe, a Tim Hortons located at 1521 Yonge Street received a "conditional pass" after health inspections discovered several issues during an investigation on November 23, 2022.

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As of November 9, students at the University of Waterloo have to wear masks once again in any in-person classroom setting for the rest of the fall semester.

The move to reinstate mask mandates is part of a bigger discussion among other schools and public health officials across Ontario as the concern of impacts of respiratory illnesses through the fall puts pressure on hospitals.

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A Toronto restaurant known for Pakistani street food has been called out on a number of public health issues.

According to Toronto Public Health (TPH), Chachu's, a fast food joint specializing in dishes like Chicken Tikka Rolls and Chapli Kebabs, received several infractions from health inspectors at two of its GTA locations.

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Toronto Public Health (TPH) opened 4,000 free flu shot appointments on October 26, 2022, and are offering residents their first opportunity of the season to receive an influenza vaccine.

TPH is kicking off this year’s annual influenza campaign by prioritizing some of the city’s most vulnerable settings, including retirement homes and homeless shelters.

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More people can soon get their monkeypox vaccines as Toronto is expanding its eligibility for who can get a dose.

As of Friday, August 26, Toronto Public Health will start vaccinating more eligible people against monkeypox, in alignment with the Ontario government's newly released guidance for who can get "pre-exposure vaccination."

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