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Police search for teen last seen jumping from bridge into Ottawa River

OTTAWA — Police say they'll resume a search today for a teenaged boy who was last seen Friday evening jumping off a bridge into the Ottawa River. Ottawa police say the 14-year-old boy was with a group of youths gathered at the Prince of Wales Bridge.

Ontario won't close provincial beaches amid overcrowding concerns

TORONTO — Ontario's premier said he won't order provincial beaches to close even as several municipalities grapple with crowds flocking to their shores amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ontario deploys emergency management team to address Essex farm outbreak

Ontario deploys emergency management team to address Essex farm outbreak

TORONTO — Ontario has deployed an emergency management team to Windsor-Essex to help deal with a large COVID-19 outbreak on a farm, Premier Doug Ford said Friday as he apologized for previously suggesting migrant workers were hiding to avoid getting

Advocates say new bill gives an unfair advantage to landlords over tenants

TORONTO — Ontario tenants' rights advocates are voicing concerns over a new bill they say will make it easier for landlords to obtain evictions once the COVID-19 crisis eases.

Ottawa mayor to introduce motion to mandate cloth masks indoors

OTTAWA — The mayor of Ottawa says he's working to make cloth masks mandatory indoors in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19 while restarting the economy.

AGCO suspends Toronto club's liquor licence over alleged party

TORONTO — The Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario says it plans to revoke the liquor licence of a Toronto club accused of hosting a secret indoor party attended by more than 100 people.

Quebec reports 19 COVID-19 deaths, 89 new cases as hospitalizations decline

MONTREAL — Quebec is announcing 19 new deaths due to COVID-19, including seven that occurred in the last 24 hours. The other 12 deaths occurred before June 25, bringing the province's total to 5,560.

Ontario family files human rights application to visit son, 14, in group home

An Ontario family has filed a human rights application to be deemed essential caregivers to their 14-year-old son who lives in a group home in the hopes they can visit him for the first time in more than three months.

Peel Regional Police arrest man on gun, drug charges, seize 1,000 bullets

BRAMPTON, Ont. — Peel Regional Police say a man faces 17 charges after investigators seized guns, bullet-proof vests, 1,000 rounds of ammunition and drugs from a Brampton, Ont., home on Canada Day.
Migrant farm workers "hid" from COVID-19 testing in Windsor-Essex: Ford

Migrant farm workers "hid" from COVID-19 testing in Windsor-Essex: Ford

TORONTO — Migrant workers at an Ontario farm struggling with a major COVID-19 outbreak "hid" to avoid getting tested when health officials visited recently, Premier Doug Ford said Thursday, refusing to name the business.