Toronto Police have issued a Canada-wide warrant for 25-year-old, Sepehr Yeganehfathollah who is wanted as a suspect for first-degree murder that occurred recently in North York.
This comes weeks after 45-year-old, Nader Fadel was stabbed and killed in North York with a machete. The married father of two was with his mother at the time of the attack a friend of his later told the Toronto Sun.
Fadel was at a plaza near Yonge and Steeles around 8 PM, when he engaged in an argument with Yeganehfathollah who was a stranger. According to the friend, he had believed the suspect was insulting his mother.
The two began pushing each other and that's when Yeganehfathollah allegedly pulled out a machete and brutally sliced Fadel from his shoulder to his abdomen. Fadel was taken to hospital where he later died of his injuries.
Starbucks Canada is now offering three paid COVID-19 sick days to all of its hourly employees across the country. Employees can take their allotted days retroactively from April 19 and will be able to book these days off until September 25.
Employees can apparently use these sick days intermittently, according to a press release sent to Narcity. So, employees scheduled for work one day can take it off if they're not feeling well and need to check in on their symptoms.
This is a new addition to other COVID-19 supports Starbucks currently offers. Employees are also eligible for vaccination pay, vaccine side-effect pay and extended self-isolation pay. This means everyone is granted paid time off to get vaccinated, if they're feeling unwell within 48 hours after getting a dose and if they need to self-isolate after being exposed to COVID-19.
Starbucks also announced that they'll be raising pay for all hourly workers as part of their commitment to staying above the country's current minimum wage rate.
Beginning Monday, May 31, starting rates for baristas will increase to at least 25 cents over minimum wage, and all hourly employees – baristas, shift supervisors and café attendants – hired on or before March 1, 2021, will see a 5% minimum increase to their pay.
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Presented by The Concierge Club, the evening events will feature the renowned theatre company The 7 Fingers, and you can expect to see spectacular acrobatic performances in a physically distanced setting.
The show hopes to open for live audiences and will have safety protocols such as mandatory face coverings, screenings, and private platforms for audience members to sit at with up to five members of their household.
The show could also take place as a drive-in event if restrictions do not allow for the planned opening.
Early bird tickets are already on sale, and guests must book a minimum of four spots for each platform.
Price: $65 + regular admission per person
When: Thursdays - Sundays, July 1 - August 1, 2021
Address: 10801 McCowan Rd., Markham, ON
Why You Need To Go: Enjoy an outdoor performance in a unique, distanced setting this summer.