Ontario prepares to reopen parks, retail curbside pickup

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TORONTO Premier Doug Ford outlined the steps it was taking toward reopening retail stores, parks, cottages and people missing loved ones Monday, provided COVID-19 numbers...

Colleges and universities prepare to offer classes online this fall

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TORONTO Ontario colleges and universities are preparing for online learning come September given that normal classes may be uncertain or disrupted in the event of...

People are accidentally poisoning themselves using cleaning products

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TORONTO There are a growing number of cases where people are having cleaner and disinfectant-related accidental poisonings since the COVID-19 pandemic began.According to Health Canada,...

Toronto plans for car-free streets in many neighborhoods

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TORONTO A plan dubbed ActiveTO is being developed in Toronto to help residents resume regular routines on Wednesday, pledging to close some roads and improve...

Ont. to begin collecting race-based data during COVID-19

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TORONTO In a bid to gain a better understanding about how and which communities are impacted hardest by COVID-19, Ontario will soon start collecting race-based...

Real estate prices won’t recover until 2022 at the earliest: CMHC

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TORONTO Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. officials don’t expect real estate prices to return to pre-recession levels until late 2022 at the earliest.The Toronto Regional...

Mississauga teen shines in new Netflix comedy

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Maitreyi Ramakrishnan, the 18-year-old Mississauga-based teenager isstarring on the much acclaimed Netflix comedy series, Never Have I Ever. Last year she made headlines after...

Ford won’t commit to hard dates on reopening before drop in new COVID-19 cases

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TORONTO Even as Ontario Premier Ford unveiled a roadmap for opening the province, he refused to commit to a set timeframe. He insisted there needed...

Allow foreign-trained doctors to work in hospitals: Brampton Mayor

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BRAMPTON There are around 7,000 foreign-trained doctors in Ontario alone who are facing regulatory hurdles in their quest to become practicing doctors. At a time...

Taxpayers on the hook for repatriation cost of many Canadians

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PRADIP RODRIGUES [email protected]nindia.com The largest repatriation effort in Canadian history amid the growing COVID-19 global pandemic will end up costing taxpayers millions of dollars. ...

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