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NAN says government refusing to provide aid for safe school reopening plan

THUNDER BAY, Ont. — An Ontario First Nations group says the federal government is failing to facilitate a safe back-to-school plan for its nearly 9,000 elementary and secondary school students.
Emergency department visits down 25 per cent in early weeks of pandemic: report

Emergency department visits down 25 per cent in early weeks of pandemic: report

TORONTO — A new report finds emergency department visits dropped by 25 per cent in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Canadian Institute for Health Information found 318,000 fewer visits took place in March 2020, compared to March 2019.
Montreal asks anyone who attended Latin dance events to get tested for COVID-19

Montreal asks anyone who attended Latin dance events to get tested for COVID-19

Montreal's regional public health director is asking anyone who participated in indoor or outdoor Latin dance events over the past two weeks to get tested for COVID-19, and is reminding people that organized indoor dancing activities are still illega

No one injured after massive boulder falls from bluffs on Toronto beach

TORONTO — Police say it was just luck no one was injured when a massive boulder fell onto a beach below in Toronto's east end. Const.
Demonstrators gather to protest treatment of migrant workers amid pandemic

Demonstrators gather to protest treatment of migrant workers amid pandemic

TORONTO — Activists staged a demonstration in front of a government immigration office in Toronto on Sunday to protest what they say is unjust treatment of migrant workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Suspect in custody after three people were found stabbed in Brampton, Ont., home

BRAMPTON, Ont. — Peel police say a suspect who was in crisis is in custody after allegedly stabbing three people in a home. Investigators say they were called to the home in Brampton, Ont., on Sunday afternoon.
'You can feel the pain': families of those killed by police support each other

'You can feel the pain': families of those killed by police support each other

BRAMPTON, Ont. — Members of a club no one wants to be a part of gathered Sunday at a barbecue in Brampton, Ont., to celebrate the lives of family members killed by police — and to demand justice.
Opponents of Quebec's back-to-school plan urge province to reconsider

Opponents of Quebec's back-to-school plan urge province to reconsider

MONTREAL — A group of Quebec educators rallied against the provincial government's back-to-school plan Sunday, saying more needs to be done to ensure the safety of students and staff ahead of an unprecedented school year.
Provincial police find body of missing paddleboarder in Lake of Two Mountains

Provincial police find body of missing paddleboarder in Lake of Two Mountains

MONTREAL — Quebec provincial police say the body of a 28-year-old man who drowned after a paddleboarding accident in the lower Laurentians has been found.
Ontario reports 115 new cases of COVID-19, no new deaths related to virus

Ontario reports 115 new cases of COVID-19, no new deaths related to virus

TORONTO — Ontario is reporting 115 new cases of COVID-19 and no new deaths related to the novel coronavirus. The province is also reporting 106 newly resolved cases today.