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For the five regions already under grey-lockdown zone — Toronto, Peel Region, York Region, Windsor-Essex and Hamilton — the new measures will not look much different than what is currently in place. Read More.
 
 

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E-mail us at tips globeandmail. Need to share documents securely? Reach out via SecureDrop. Follow Ian Bailey on Twitter: ianabailey Opens in a new window. Report an error. Editorial code of conduct. Skip to main content. Ian Bailey. Bookmark Please log in to bookmark this story. Log In Create Free Account. All four public health units, along with Hamilton, are currently in the grey lockdown tier of the province’s COVID response framework.

There are currently 19, confirmed, active cases of the illness in Ontario, also a new record high. The province’s network of labs processed 54, test samples and reported a test positivity rate of 4. Public health officials also reported 17 more deaths of people with COVID, pushing the official toll to 4, The number of cases for any region may differ from what is reported by the local public health unit because local units report figures at different times.

Combined, the additional infections push the seven-day average to 2,, the highest it has been at any point during the pandemic. The Ministry of Education also reported new cases that are school-related : students and 35 staff members. Around of Ontario’s 4, publicly funded schools, or about Following the provincial announcement on Monday, the Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario ETFO issued a statement urging the government to consider tightened restrictions on elementary schools when they are permitted to reopen.

It’s time to do what is urgently needed, not what is politically convenient. The union, which represents 83, elementary public school teachers across Ontario, is calling on the Ford government to reduce class sizes, establish mandatory caps, fund improvements to schools, among other things. This government must come through not only with a better plan, but with the necessary supports and funding for educators, students and their families, » Hammond said.

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Comments on this story are moderated according to our Submission Guidelines. Comments are welcome while open. Tory said that respect and equality also extends to the increased acts of hate and racism which have been on the rise. We expect better from ourselves. Flags at City Hall will continue to be flown at half-mast to honour the Indigenous children whose lives were taken, and the Toronto sign will be lit in orange in solidarity with Indigenous communities across Canada.

Ford also gave thanks to front line health care workers who have worked tirelessly to help get the province out of the COVID pandemic.

This Canada Day is taking on a much less celebratory tone, as the country is forced to reflect on the way it has and continues to treat many of its people. A young man is facing charges after his car ended up in a tree when he crashed through a barrier on the Gardiner Expressway in Etobicoke.

Police tell CityNews a car with two occupants was passing other vehicles at a Canadians may see a jump in businesses adding credit card surcharges as restrictions on the practice lift Thursday, though research from the Bank of Canada shows consumers have long been paying extra because of the A former policeman facing a drug charge burst into a day care center in northeastern Thailand on Thursday, killing dozens of preschoolers and teachers before shooting more people as he fled in the deadliest rampage in A new Omicron subvariant known as BQ.

Michelle Mackey speaks to an infectious disease expert about how this strain could evade an antibody drug given to immunocompromised patients. The Blue Jays have clinched home field advantage for the first round wild card playoff series. While temperatures will rise to 20 C by Wednesday, be prepared for some Arctic air in the early morning hours. Some parts of the province could even see some snow.

Are you ever too old for a happy meal? Plus, Richard Southern’s first-ever appearance on CityNews as a child is pulled out of the archives in today’s interesting stories chat. Skip to main content Rogers Media uses cookies for personalization, to customize its online advertisements, and for other purposes.

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Captions captions settings , opens captions settings dialog captions off , selected Track-1 Captions. Audio Track. Reset restore all settings to the default values Done. Close Modal Dialog This is a modal window. On a day normally used to celebrate across the nation, many are instead taking time to mourn and reflect on Canada’s genocide of Indigenous peoples. Adrian Ghobrial with how the community has come together, and how businesses are giving back.

Read More. By John Marchesan. What stories should we tell on Canada Day? Canada Day comes as country grapples with troubled past, present. Trudeau’s Canada Day message focuses on pandemic resilience, reconciliation with Indigenous people.

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Man killed in Orleans shooting. Fare freeze raised on campaign trail. Auto thefts skyrocket. Tuesday 6 p. Warrant issued for Ottawa homicide suspect. Most people in Nova Scotia still without electricity after post-tropical storm Fiona are in the northeastern part of the province, where both electricians and Nova Scotia Power crews are working on individual outages. Albertans will learn today who the new premier of the province will be. Frustrated officials with Luge Canada say WinSport is using money that had been earmarked for the restoration of Calgary’s Olympic sliding track on day lodge renovations.

Decisions made at a conference of international oil producers are expected to affect the crude oil market and the price of gasoline at Alberta pumps, which are already back to summer peaks. The Manitoba government is reporting that two employers in the province are facing tens of thousands of dollars in fines for unrelated incidents where an employee was injured at work.

A Winnipeg man pieced together a miniature version of a key moment in Winnipeg Jets history. Abbotsford police say a man has been arrested and charged in connection to a stabbing that happened over the weekend. While driving, cycling or walking through downtown Vancouver at night, some have noticed a purple glow coming from street lights. The St. Albert RCMP held a press conference Wednesday night regarding an investigation involving a teenager who was taken into police custody Oct.

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