Province officially prohibiting gatherings of five or more people
Canada could face legal trouble over refugee deportations: advocates
Province implements emergency order to support long-term care homes
Province to penalize businesses caught price gouging on necessary goods
COVID-19: 151 new cases in Ontario as premier looks to limit gatherings to 5 people or less
Federal doctor says COVID-19 battle will last ‘months, many months’ as cases soar
Canada’s deputy chief public health officer has delivered a sobering assessment of the country’s struggle with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Canadian military preparing to get involved in COVID-19 pandemic
OTTAWA -- The Canadian Armed Forces is being put on a war footing as it prepares to be thrown into the COVID-19 crisis.
Web conferencing platforms at risk of phishing during COVID-19 crisis
TORONTO -- With the use of web-based video conferences proliferating during the COVID-19 crisis, cyber security experts warn they pose a threat as well as an opportunity in the age of telework.
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The federal government capped an unprecedented week Friday by announcing a slew of measures to help small businesses cope with the COVID-19 crisis, bringing Ottawa's total planned support in respon
Doug Ford discusses help for businesses and urges residents not to go to cottages during COVID-19 outbreak
At a March 27 press conference, Ontario Premier Doug Ford and other cabinet ministers updated residents on plans to help businesses cope with the ongoing COVID-19 crisis.
Indigo lays off 5,200 employees, stores closed indefinitely
TORONTO — Indigo Books & Music Inc.
Canadians mostly following instructions from health officials regarding COVID-19: survey
According to a recent survey, many Canadians are following the advice of health officials.
Close to 1,000 cases of COVID-19 recorded in Ontario, along with 18 deaths
As testing increases, more cases of COVID-19 are being diagnosed across Ontario.
COVID-19: Feds increase wage subsidy to 75 per cent
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Friday (March 27) a 75 per cent wage subsidy for small- and medium-sized businesses that have been forced to close due to COVID-19.
Labour group says Ontario workers need more protections amid COVID-19 pandemic
The Ontario Federation of Labour (OFL) believes the Province has neglected workers with the first steps of Ontario's 2020 Action Plan.
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