The number of active COVID-19 cases associated with Ontario’s public school system is now the lowest it has been in nearly three weeks but there are still six schools that are shuttered due to outbreaks and hundreds of individual classrooms that are self-isolating as a precaution. The Ministry of Education
Masks will continue to be required inside public spaces in Mississauga until at least the end of March. The city’s mandatory mask bylaw, which covers all indoor settings where the public ordinarily visits, was set to expire on Sept. 30 but during a meeting on Wednesday Mississauga council voted in
Christopher Reynolds, The Canadian Press Published Thursday, September 16, 2021 1:04PM EDT OTTAWA – Federal leaders pointed fingers at each other Thursday over the spiralling COVID-19 crisis in Alberta, each seeking to forge a link in voters’ minds between the province’s dire health emergency and the others’ policies. A day
Alanna Smith, The Canadian Press Published Thursday, September 9, 2021 6:14AM EDT CALGARY – Alberta’s health-care system is on the verge of collapse, warns a group of physicians who are pleading with the government to strengthen public health measures to fend off a relentless fourth wave of COVID-19. Dr. Shazma
Ontario Provincial Police are continuing to search the waters of Lake Erie for an eight-year-old boy who went missing while swimming at Turkey Point. In an update posted on Twitter, Acting Sgt. Ed Sanchuk said emergency crews were first called to the scene on Cedar Drive at around 5:30 p.m.
The Ontario Provincial Police have ended the search for an eight-year-old boy who went missing Saturday while swimming at Turkey Point after his body was found Sunday afternoon. Acting Sgt. Ed Sanchuk said in an update posted on Twitter that the Underwater Search and Recovery Unit located the boy deceased
WASHINGTON — Requiring proof of vaccination against COVID-19 could be the next point of contention between Canada and the United States. A new online Leger poll suggests a deep divide among both Canadians and Americans when it comes to the idea of vaccine “passports.” The poll was conducted last month
Last week, Paul Goulet’s 10-year-old daughter quietly went to his wife with worry about her father. “It’s like he’s here, but he’s not really here,” she said. That nearly broke Goulet, the owner of Little Ray’s Nature Centre, a zoo and animal rescue organization with locations in Hamilton and Ottawa.
Ontario reported a considerable drop in new COVID-19 cases and deaths on Monday, which could be partially explained by a corresponding fall in testing rates to the lowest point seen in two weeks. The province reported 2,578 new cases and 24 new deaths on Monday, on the strength of 40,000
Ontario’s top public health official says that there are early signs that new cases of COVID-19 may have “plateaued” but he is warning that we will still have to get down below 1,000 cases a day in order for the lockdown to be lifted. Chief Medical Officer of Health