Apple told suppliers iPhone 13 demand slow – report

Reuters Now Posted Apple Inc has told its parts suppliers that demand for the iPhone 13 lineup has slowed, Bloomberg News reported Wednesday, citing people familiar with the matter, indicating that some consumers have decided not to try hard. find item to get. .

Ontario reports 959 new COVID-19 cases, seven more deaths

TORONTO — Ontario health officials report 959 new cases of COVID-19 and seven more deaths from the disease. In the past week, officials reported 788 new cases on Monday, 687 new cases on Tuesday and 780 new cases on Wednesday. The province last reported more than 900 new infections in one day on Sunday. Ontario’s … Read more

Snow falls in LONDON as UK plunges into frigid conditions – The Sun

Snow falls in LONDON as UK plunges into freezing coldThe sun Snow in Surrey returns as Met Office shares weather forecast for the week aheadSurrey Live London: Snow falls in capital as temperatures dip below zerometro.co.uk Snow falls in LONDON and across the UK at a dip of -6C – with more on the wayThe … Read more

New Online Resources Launched to Help Ontario Schools Fight Islamophobia

Ontario students and educators now have access to a range of online resources aimed at combating Islamophobia in schools. The Muslim Association of Canada, a national nonprofit, launched a website Thursday with three courses, four workshops and six hours of educational videos to address the anti-Muslim prejudices of teachers and students. Memona Hossain, a member … Read more

Ontario announces expanded coronavirus booster dose eligibility today

Ontario will announce its plan to expand eligibility for COVID-19 booster shots on Thursday afternoon. Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. Kieran Moore will provide an update on third doses for a wider range of Ontarios at 2pm CP24.com will stream the announcement live. Last month, the province updated its rollout plan for administering booster … Read more

House prices in Ottawa set to rise five percent by 2022, Remax estimates

The Ottawa housing market is expected to remain a seller’s market into the new year as supply levels remain a concern for the real estate market. Remax’s housing market outlook estimates that Ottawa home prices will rise five percent to $679,915 by 2022. “Inventory levels have remained below two months since February 2019, leading to … Read more

US weekly unemployment claims less than expected as labor market returns to pre-pandemic self

Initial unemployment insurance claims rose last week but remained at levels consistent with what the job market looked like before the Covid-19 pandemic ravaged the U.S. job picture, the Department of Labor reported Thursday. Initial filings for the week ending Nov. 27 were 222,000, less than the 240,000 Wall Street had expected. That was higher … Read more

Montreal Police, SQ raids Saint-Henri for illegal weapons, drugs

MONTREAL — Montreal Police and Quebec Provincial Police teamed up Wednesday night on a series of raids targeting illegal weapons and drugs in the Saint-Henri neighborhood. The Sûreté du Québec (SQ) said in a press release that the police operation stems from an investigation into drug trafficking and illegal firearms in Montreal that began in … Read more