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COVID-19 has been the push some Canadians needed to move out of the city

COVID-19 has been the push some Canadians needed to move out of the city

TORONTO — Lexi McKenna's work day now includes breaks to help her mother-in-law plant vegetables, which wasn't possible when she was running her wedding business at breakneck speed out of her Toronto studio.

Quebec farm advised to use more ‘stable’ workforce after COVID-19 outbreak

MONTREAL — A COVID-19 outbreak among temporary foreign workers and other employees of a Quebec agricultural company has raised concerns about health risks when farm workers move between multiple work sites.
Legault fails to secure agreement on COVID-19 bill critic labels 'authoritarian'

Legault fails to secure agreement on COVID-19 bill critic labels 'authoritarian'

Quebec's opposition parties have succeeded in stalling a bill they say revealed the government's "authoritarian" streak and risked a return to the wild, corrupt days in the construction sector.

Ontario businesses prepare for Stage 2: 'It's sort of just a free-for-all'

BARRIE, Ont. — The highlight of Amber Abbott's Friday lunch wasn't the food, but the thrill of being close to people again. Not too close, of course. The tables on the newly extended patio of Grillicious Gourmet Tap and Grill in Barrie, Ont.
Summer travel amid a pandemic demands planning, COVID-19 vigilance: experts

Summer travel amid a pandemic demands planning, COVID-19 vigilance: experts

TORONTO — Out of work and far from family, Cora Matheson hit a low point sheltering in place in Toronto. She began debating a summer getaway to her hometown of Kenora, Ont., as she's done many summers before.

Police officer, nine others charged in underage human-trafficking probe

Toronto police say they've charged an officer and nine other men in an underage human-trafficking investigation. The 49-year-old constable and the others are facing a charge of obtaining sexual services for consideration from a person under 18.

Ontario to lift 30-day drug prescriptions limit, people urged to be reasonable

TORONTO — The Ontario government says it will lift the 30-day supply limit on prescription drugs on Monday.

Peel police charge private school principal with sexual assault of student

BRAMPTON, Ont. — Peel regional police say they've charged a private school principal following an investigation into allegations he sexually assaulted a student. They say officers arrested the 54-year-old man from Brampton, Ont., on Monday.

Lack of PPE, conflicting guidelines slow reopening of dental clinics

TORONTO — A lack of personal protective equipment and conflicting guidelines for COVID-19 practices between dentists and dental hygienists are delaying the reopening of many practices, the association representing dentists said as the province began

Most child-care centres unlikely to reopen Friday, operators and advocates say

TORONTO — Ontario is allowing child-care centres to reopen as of Friday, but operators and advocates say there is no way most can implement a host of new COVID-19-era rules to open with just a few days' notice.