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Legault sends reinforcements as a single Quebec care home reports over 100 cases

Legault sends reinforcements as a single Quebec care home reports over 100 cases

MONTREAL — Premier Francois Legault announced Tuesday that he was diverting health-care workers from Quebec's hospitals to serve in the province's hard-hit seniors' residences, as one long-term care home north of Montreal reported more than 100 cases
Ontario has enough health-care protective gear for one more week: Ford

Ontario has enough health-care protective gear for one more week: Ford

TORONTO — Premier Doug Ford said late Monday he was pleased a U.S. manufacturer of medical equipment had reached a deal with the White House to continue sending desperately needed masks and respirators to Canada.

SIU investigating fatal shooting of 26-year-old-man in Brampton

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Ontario's Special Investigations Unit is investigating a fatal shooting Monday in Brampton. A 26-year-old man was killed after Peel Regional Police officers responded to a domestic situation.

First COVID-19 case surfaces in northwestern Ontario Indigenous community

A military hospital is needed in a remote Ontario Indigenous community now that the COVID-19 pandemic has reached the area, the chief of the First Nation said Monday.

Suspect charged in attack against Quebec security guard enforcing COVID-19 rules

MONTREAL — A 25-year-old Quebec man appeared in court Monday in connection with a brutal assault against a Walmart security guard who was enforcing the store's COVID-19 public health directives.
E-learning begins for students across Ontario as COVID-19 closures continue

E-learning begins for students across Ontario as COVID-19 closures continue

TORONTO — Students across Ontario began online learning Monday as Premier Doug Ford's government pledged that financial support for parents would arrive as soon as this week.
Quebec premier sounds optimistic note, says new COVID-19 stats 'extraordinary'

Quebec premier sounds optimistic note, says new COVID-19 stats 'extraordinary'

Quebec's premier and its chief medical officer sounded cautiously optimistic on Monday about the province's battle against COVID-19.

Donation dump: Diabetes Canada pens open letter with bins overflowing with trash

TORONTO — With donation bins overflowing and in some cases surrounded by illegally dumped garbage, Diabetes Canada has issued an open letter to community leaders and elected officials to help raise awareness about the issue.
Parents, teachers say transition to e-learning will be a learning process

Parents, teachers say transition to e-learning will be a learning process

TORONTO — As school-aged children prepare for online learning during the COVID-19 pandemic, teachers and parents say it'll be an imperfect process as they figure out how to work with each family's needs.
Long-term care home in Oshawa, Ont., reports six COVID-19 deaths: health officials

Long-term care home in Oshawa, Ont., reports six COVID-19 deaths: health officials

OSHAWA, Ont. — Public health officials say six COVID-19 patients at a long-term care home in Oshawa, Ont., have died.