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CTV News Toronto at Six for November 26, 2021
Ontario's infectious disease experts are expressing concern over the potential of the recently discovered Omicron variant; shoppers eagerly lined up in front of stores early to take advantage of Black Friday deals; and, meet the former Syrian refugee keeping his family's custom suit-making legacy alive from a tailor shop in Yorkville.
CTV News Toronto at Six for November 25, 2021
Ontario's top doctor casts doubt on whether proof of vaccination requirements will be extended to children aged five to 11; an Ontario man and 12 others were given an expired COVID-19 vaccine dose; and, two men are fighting Ontario's decision to seize a helicopter through civil forfeiture.
CTV News Toronto at Six for November 24, 2021
A Scarborough high school is enacting extra security measures after a student was attacked by people believed to be from another school. Travis McMichael, Greg McMichael, and William Bryan have been convicted for felony murder for the killing of Ahmaud Arbery. Ontario is investigating after a woman called its LTC action line over her father's health to be told it would take three days to respond.
CTV News Toronto at Six for November 23, 2021
Ten Toronto kids between the ages of five and 11 became the first in this age group in Canada to get their first COVID-19 vaccine dose. As parents in other provinces begin to see the savings, families in Ontario are still waiting on a child care deal with Ottawa. A Brampton grandmother who bought a toy cactus was shocked when it started swearing and singing about doing cocaine.
CTV News Toronto at Six for November 22, 2021
Vaccine bookings for kids under 12 opening Tuesday, coyote shot and killed by Toronto police and the surprise fees to watch out for when shopping online.
CTV News Toronto at Six for November 19, 2021
A gust of wind sent a window pane spinning out of control before it shattered and showered broken glass on a street in Toronto; the City of Toronto is opening up thousands of appointments to meet demand to vaccinate children aged five to 11; and, in the space of 20 metres in a Toronto neighbourhood, the speed limit goes from 30 kilometres per hour, up the 40, and then back to 30.