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Ontario projects 3,000 to 15,000 COVID-19 deaths with health measures in place

On April 3, 2020, Ontario’s top health officials provided early COVID-19 projection numbers that forecasts between 3,000 to 15,000 people in the province will die from COVID-19 with health measures that are already in place.Without any public...

Ontario will release modelling data on “extremely serious” COVID-19 threat

Ontario’s top health officials will be releasing information about the modelling data and forecasts which shows the worst-case scenario for the province during the COVID-19 pandemic. “You deserve to know” was one of the key statements said...

Canada now has more than 10,000 cases of COVID-19 -Experts say COVID-19 measures may be in place until June or July

The number of reported COVID-19 cases in Canada has surpassed 10,000, as the global number approaches 1 million, marking a new milestone in the growing outbreak.  Health and government officials are fighting to slow...

Wage Subsidy Program available to all businesses and cost $71 billion: Canada Finance Minister Bill Morneau

On Wednesday Afternoon, Finance Minister Bill Morneau spoke to Canadians from Toronto’s City Hall providing further details about the upcoming wage subsidy program.  The Finance Minister encouraged businesses to rehire employees that may have...

Ontario reports 426 new coronavirus cases, mark the biggest increase in a single-day- Ontario’s Health Officials prepares for “surge”

Ontario has reported 426 new coronavirus cases on Wednesday, bringing the provincial total to 2,392, including 37 deaths and 689 resolved cases. The new COVID-19 cases mark the most significant increase the province has seen in...

Ontario unveils details about the Learn-at-Home program as schools remain closed until May 4th

As announced by Premier Doug Ford on Tuesday, March 31, 2020, publicly funded schools will remain closed until May 1 for teachers and May 4 for students effective immediately. Besides, the Premier said that he is prepared...

COVID-19: Canada-made Ventilators, Masks and Testing Kits are coming soon Prime Minister Trudeau says

In his address on March 31, 2020, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has announced that the government is allocating $2 billion to buy protective personal equipment from Canadians companies across the country to make ventilators, surgical masks, test...

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Racing along the shadowed path, tall green shrubs on either side of me, I came to...

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