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Top headlines:

  1. Early indicators are signalling a fall resurgence of COVID-19, prompting the Public Health Agency of Canada to prepare for “worst-case scenario” COVID-19 variants that can evade immunity
  2. A new cost breakdown reveals the ArriveCan app began as an $80,000 expense at the onset of the pandemic – then ballooned to $54-million this year, according to figures provided to The Globe and Mail Monday
  3. Pandemic-related disruptions affected some of the youngest learners – according to data released by the Toronto District School Board, one of the only school boards to share data on student performance

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