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<b>CANADA:</b> As coronavirus eviction bans end, advocates worry homelessness will rise

CANADA: As coronavirus eviction bans end, advocates worry homelessness will rise

16 per cent of Canadians are worried to some degree about paying their housing costs in August, and one in four renters specifically are worried about making rent
CANADA: Finance Minister Bill Morneau resigns, plans to run for head of OECD

CANADA: Finance Minister Bill Morneau resigns, plans to run for head of OECD

Opposition parties have been calling for Morneau's resignation over allegations that he had a conflict of interest in the WE Charity affair
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Police called to Thunder Bay Airport after passenger refused to wear a mask

ONTARIO: Police called to Thunder Bay Airport after passenger refused to wear a mask

A woman was removed from airport property and charged with trespassing
<b>COVID-19:</b> CFL cancels 2020 season during pandemic

COVID-19: CFL cancels 2020 season during pandemic

The move comes after the CFL couldn't solve a number of issues in an effort to try to salvage a season
<b>COVID-19:</b> Back-to-school during pandemic means more stress for kids, parents, CMHA says

COVID-19: Back-to-school during pandemic means more stress for kids, parents, CMHA says

There are a number of services available for those struggling
<b>CANADA:</b> CRA suspends online services after cyberattacks

CANADA: CRA suspends online services after cyberattacks

The decision to suspend CRA's online services comes at a time when many Canadians and businesses have been using the revenue agency's website to apply for and access financial support related to the COVID-19 pandemic
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Doug Ford to speak at all-virtual Association of Municipalities conference

ONTARIO: Doug Ford to speak at all-virtual Association of Municipalities conference

Also today, 10 cabinet ministers will participate in a forum on "supporting community well-being"
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Teachers say they're preparing for online and in-class lessons with little guidance

ONTARIO: Teachers say they're preparing for online and in-class lessons with little guidance

The province is giving parents the option to keep kids out of the classroom and have them learn from home, with materials provided by their schools
Ontario expands capacity for gyms, sports facilities

Ontario expands capacity for gyms, sports facilities

Province allows 50 people per room in sports and fitness facilities with adequate space for distancing
Canada Revenue Agency suspends online services after cyberattacks

Canada Revenue Agency suspends online services after cyberattacks

A total of 5,500 CRA accounts were targeted in what the federal government described as two 'credential stuffing' schemes