In one photo, the principal is showing off Iron Maiden regalia with a personalized license plate that reads "IRNMADEN," while posing with the rock on hand sign.
Both doctors have been flagged for previously speaking out against pandemic restrictions and expressing skepticism about coronavirus vaccines.
Despite evidence to the contrary, some fans viewed the video as proof a second season is on the way..
Her workstation was defaced with messages written in red paint saying "Trump 2024" and "Trump," along with a heart emoji.
The email was sent by the hospital's ER to invited unvaccinated staff to a vaccine education session, but it accidentally showed the intended recipients' email addresses.
Footage of the shocking verbal assault has been viewed more than 9 million times on social media.
The Canadian was charged $880 for violation of coronavirus safety precautions.
"The total we will have to pay will be well over $100k. But Christ is worth it!" the church wrote on Twitter.
"This is a sensible, reasonable alternative to vaccines heading to the landfill," Windsor Mayor Drew Dilkens said.
"It's crazy to think how much people are supporting this, even people who don't know the family or aren't event from London, they didn't even hesitate to donate," Sana Yasir, the family friend who created the GoFundMe, told Newsweek.
"If anyone thinks racism and hatred don't exist in this country, I want to say this: How do we explain such violence to a child in a hospital?," Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said.
"There is evidence that this was a planned, premeditated act motivated by hate. We believe the victims were targeted because of their Islamic faith," Deputy Superintendent Paul Waight told reporters on Monday.
The incident occurred at Mackenzie Health's COVID-19 vaccine clinic at Cortellucci Vaughan Hospital in Vaughan, Ontario.
Teachers and school staff members can anonymously detail incidents they feel were inappropriately dealt with or unfairly targeted Black students.
Rod Phillips was accused of trying to hide his trip by pre-scheduling posts to social media in non-tropical settings.
Luckily, the deer appeared to be behaving normally and seemed mostly unaffected by the arrow. The hope is that the weapon will fall out with the deer's antlers at a later time.
The two 27-year-olds from Ontario demanded money they said they were owed before realizing their mistake. They have been charged with breaking and entering.
Child was playing on his bike when two white boys allegedly taunted him and stamped on his arm.
In her claim, the woman from Ontario, Canada said her children were unable to wear masks for "any period of time."
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau warned on Wednesday: "We're on the brink of a fall that could be much worse than the spring."
Tracy Schofield, from Ontario, Canada, is now scheduled to take her tenth test for coronavirus.
The Ontario teen allegedly created a fake physician's note that stated she had tested positive for the novel coronavirus and gave it to a restaurant supervisor on March 19, forcing a store closure.
The 26-year-old's father described her as "the sweetest soul."
"Spinning Out" is set in the fictional town of Hawkley, Idaho, but the Netflix series was actually filmed in another country entirely.
"It's really heartbreaking... the same thing that she was trying to be vocal about happened to her," said a friend of the victim.
Ryan Peterson was skating at the Lake of the Woods near Kenora during his lunch break when he came across a family of white tail deer.
Scientists carried out a "very hands-on" study in Canada to arrive at their conclusion.
Local police declared the teenager missing on Wednesday night and managed to reunite him with his parents less than 24 hours later.
The meteor was about a foot wide and was traveling at an estimated 55,000 miles per hour.
"I do not have the power to make laws which forbid people to put pineapple on their pizza," admitted Gudni Johannesson.