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Ontario strikes deals with French-language, elementary teachers' unions

Ontario strikes deals with French-language, elementary teachers' unions

The government and the Association des enseignantes et des enseignants franco-ontariens (AEFO) announced their tentative deal late Tuesday afternoon
Update: Public schools will remain closed to students until May 4

Update: Public schools will remain closed to students until May 4

Education minister Stephen Lecce says province will do whatever it takes to keep students safe from COVID-19
Devastated daughter urges people to stay home after Orillia couple dies from COVID-19

Devastated daughter urges people to stay home after Orillia couple dies from COVID-19

Elizabeth and Lyle Fox are being remembered by family and wide 'circle of friends'; Daughter pleads with people to take COVID-19 seriously and heed warnings
Most abiding by COVID-19 rules, back fines, arrests of those who aren't: Poll

Most abiding by COVID-19 rules, back fines, arrests of those who aren't: Poll

A whopping 92 per cent they'd agree if governments authorized police to fine such people as some jurisdictions have begun doing
WATCH: Ford advises state of emergency will continue, additional support for LTC homes

WATCH: Ford advises state of emergency will continue, additional support for LTC homes

Premier continuing to provide almost daily briefings
WATCH: Latest update from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau

WATCH: Latest update from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau

Prime minister provides an update for small business owners and entrepreneurs
‘We don’t want to die:’ What it’s like living with a compromised immune system during COVID-19

‘We don’t want to die:’ What it’s like living with a compromised immune system during COVID-19

An Ottawa student and a nurse both reveal their experiences living with a weakened immune system during the pandemic, and an epidemiologist explains why it's a dangerous time for them.
Trudeau seeking U.S. decision on troops at border; calls possibility a mistake

Trudeau seeking U.S. decision on troops at border; calls possibility a mistake

The two countries have a mutual ban in place on non-essential travel aside from trade, commerce and cross-border workers
Pets at no significant risk of COVID-19: professor

Pets at no significant risk of COVID-19: professor

For the majority of our pets, they could get infected, but not sick
'Fines and even prison time' in store for Canadians who break quarantine order, says PM

'Fines and even prison time' in store for Canadians who break quarantine order, says PM

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said too many people returning from abroad are still not complying with 14-day self-isolation.