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Ontario to expand big-box-retail blitz amid widespread rule violations: McNaughton

Ontario to expand big-box-retail blitz amid widespread rule violations: McNaughton

TORONTO — An enforcement blitz that uncovered numerous violations of COVID-19 prevention protocols across big-box retailers in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton areas will broaden its scope to include the rest of the province in the weeks ahead, the p
Vaccination campaign gets underway in nine Cree communities in northern Quebec

Vaccination campaign gets underway in nine Cree communities in northern Quebec

Boxes of doses of Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine arrived by plane in nine Cree communities in Quebec's James Bay region over the weekend and were immediately put to work to protect the community, the head of the regional health board said Sunday.
Ontario reports 3,056 new COVID-19 cases, adjusts vaccine schedule due to delays

Ontario reports 3,056 new COVID-19 cases, adjusts vaccine schedule due to delays

A shipping delay from the pharmaceutical giant producing a key COVID-19 vaccine will in turn slow the pace at which some Ontario residents can be inoculated, the province's top doctor announced Saturday amid a continued spike in virus cases and relat
Quebec reports 2,225 new COVID-19 cases, 67 deaths as hospitalizations decline

Quebec reports 2,225 new COVID-19 cases, 67 deaths as hospitalizations decline

MONTREAL — Quebec reported 2,225 new COVID-19 cases and 67 further deaths attributed to the novel coronavirus on Saturday as the province marked one week since instituting a curfew and tougher public health measures.
OPP charges three officers, suspends four others over towing industry allegations

OPP charges three officers, suspends four others over towing industry allegations

TORONTO — Ontario Provincial Police say they've charged three of their own veteran officers and suspended four others over allegations of corruption related to the province's tow truck industry.

2nd person leaves barricaded Oakville, Ont., home, ending standoff with police

Police say a daylong standoff at a residence in Oakville, Ont., has ended peacefully with a man being taken into custody.

Don't call 911 to ask about Ontario's stay-at-home order, OPP urge

Provincial police are urging people not to call 911 with questions about Ontario's stay-at-home order.
Doug Ford ousts Tory legislator who called for end to lockdown

Doug Ford ousts Tory legislator who called for end to lockdown

TORONTO — Premier Doug Ford ousted a member of his government from caucus on Friday after the politician voiced his opposition to lockdowns.

Ontario reports 2,998 new cases of COVID-19 and 15,609 doses of vaccine

TORONTO — Ontario is reporting 2,998 new cases of COVID-19 today and 100 more deaths linked to the virus.
Parents find strategies to manage extended online learning in southern Ontario

Parents find strategies to manage extended online learning in southern Ontario

Tanya Bogatin's once pristine home is no longer quite so organized, and she's waiting a little longer between loads of laundry, but it's no skin off her back.