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That was the bottom line Wednesday as officials from. levels of government — Toronto, Ontario and Canada — alluded to sobering projections for how bad... Ford warned a “surge...
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... and renters who have lost income due to the intensifying COVID 19 pandemic are scrambling to make rent as provincial governments offer piecemeal solutions during the ongoing crisis. For one...
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TORONTO — Ontario is preparing an order to fight what Premier Doug Ford is calling “disgusting” price gouging during the COVID 19 pandemic, while the province ramps up its testing...
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Ontario plans to be able... a day by April 17, provincial health officials say. That’s... from the roughly 2, 500 tests Ontario has been processing each day. This is... to...
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... of COVID 19 This week’s growth in positive tests, from people infected earlier in March, suggests they did not. While infectious disease experts say it... March 1, governments did not...
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. With customers having retreated to their homes in the wake of COVID 19, distilleries across North America are finding a new way to serve the public by...
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.. After a week of strong urging from governments that people... prevent the spread of COVID 19, provincial leaders — and their police forces — have stopped asking politely. On Friday,...
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Time is running out for temporary foreign workers trying to enter Canada. Still uncertain about whether Ottawa will let them in after border closures due... of labour won’t make...
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... First dates postponed. School semesters interrupted. Jobs lost. Retirement savings decimated. Some of us... And all of this happened in a matter of weeks. With each passing day, hour,...
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That means provincial and city leaders and the general public are relying on relatively old information on the severity of the fast moving pandemic when making decisions. In addition, a...
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... state of emergency was declared in Ontario on Tuesday morning to curb the spread... author Jen Agg took to Instagram on Sunday to announce she’d be closing all five...
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... restaurants, theatres, concert venues and cinemas will close until March... events of over 50 people, including parades, events and services within places of worship. “We... will impact workers across...
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With the global COVID 19 pandemic dominating headlines, an increasing number of people in Ontario want to know whether they are infected with the new coronavirus . First line screening measures,...
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... Wednesday that you can measure in time. It was 80 minutes, give or take, depending on how closely you.. news. But there is another, in many ways, more tangible, ....
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... The multi billion dollar human trafficking industry continues to affect young women... 90 per cent of sex trafficking victims are females between... sometimes as young as 13. Trafficking victims...
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A majority of Canadians believe crippling rail blockades in the country are not justified and support police intervention, according to a new poll... view appears to reflect Conservative thinking...
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People living with HIV in Ontario are diagnosed with chronic... and earlier than HIV negative people, according to new research from St. Michaels Hospital in Toronto. Pexels/fotografierende SHARE TORONTO...
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.. counts of the novel coronavirus continue to strain upwards, with China’s number surging after a shift in how patients are diagnosed, new cases in the U.S. and U.K., and...
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... on a remote, frozen road in northern British Columbia, Premier John Horgan stepped into the press theatre in the provincial legislature Wednesday to face... chiefs — who are embroiled...
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TORONTO Pipeline protesters linked arms to physically block Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland from entering a meeting at Halifax City Hall... but a group of protesters...