Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing to Make an Announcement
Steve Clark, Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing, is joined by Adam Vaughan, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Families, Children and Social Development, John Tory, Mayor of the City of Toronto, and Graydon Smith, Association of Municipalities of Ontario President and Mayor of Bracebridge, to make an announcement about supporting municipalities.
Alberta to send COVID-19 teams to hard-hit areas in Edmonton, Calgary
The Alberta government will send COVID-19 teams into the 11 hardest-hit neighbourhoods in Edmonton and Calgary to offer masks, hand sanitizer and more information, Premier Jason Kenney says. The program will also provide free hotel rooms to allow people in those areas to self-isolate if necessary, Kenney said at a news conference on Tuesday. The […]
Coronavirus: Several Ontario hospitals should be ready to implement surge capacity plans within 2 days
With Ontario breaking record daily coronavirus case counts in recent days and weeks, a key Ontario government agency is warning hospitals in grey lockdown and red control zones to be prepared to implement surge capacity plans within two days if needed. A memo issued by Ontario Health CEO Matthew Anderson to hospitals on Tuesday said […]
Mayaro fireman killed by truck in front of his home
News Stacy Moore 2 Hrs Ago Narish Kissoon, the father of the Satesh Ramkisson, touches a portrait of his son who was killed after he was hit by a truck in Bristol Village, on the Naparima Mayaro Road on Tuesday. – Marvin Hamilton FIREMAN Satesh Ramkissoon was standing near his Bristol Village, Mayaro, home waiting […]
Ontario Helping Workers Pursue Careers in Manufacturing
OTTAWA — The Ontario government is investing $1,322,430 to help the Excellence in Manufacturing Consortium train workers in London and Ottawa for new opportunities in the manufacturing sector. This project, being delivered in partnership with manufacturing employers, builds on successful programs led in eight communities across the province.
Hockey moms who accidentally left Canada granted quarantine exemptions
Two mothers and their sons have been granted quarantine exemptions after they accidentally crossed into the United States on the way to a hockey game in southwestern New Brunswick. In an email to CBC News, Debra Blackmore said she was called and told they are exempt from the two-week quarantine that had been imposed on Sunday. She […]
Coronavirus: Holiday activities for London, Ont., families to enjoy – London
This holiday season will be like no other due to the coronavirus pandemic. To keep London’s holiday spirits alive, the City of London has compiled a list of family-friendly activities to celebrate the festive time of year while following COVID-19 health protocols. [email protected] is the perfect destination for a Sunday stroll during the holiday season! […]
15 new covid19 cases on Tuesday
News Elizabeth Gonzales 13 Minutes Ago – Fifteen more people have tested positive for covid19 on Tuesday. According to the Ministry of health’s daily update, the total number of active cases is now 573. Seven people from the country’s recent cases are from a group of repatriated citizens. The total number of positive cases is […]
Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Colleges and Universities to Make an Announcement
David Piccini, Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Colleges and Universities, will make an announcement about postsecondary education in Guelph, Ontario.
Just for Laughs founder Gilbert Rozon acquitted of charges in rape, indecent assault trial
The founder of the world-famous Just for Laughs comedy festival has been acquitted of charges of rape and indecent assault. Gilbert Rozon, 66, was charged in December 2018 in relation to acts allegedly committed in 1980 in Saint-Sauveur, Que. when he was 25 years old. His trial took place in front of a judge alone, back in October. A […]
Moderna vaccine key to immunizing Ontario long-term care residents: Hillier
TORONTO — The head of Ontario’s vaccine distribution task force says Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine will be key to immunizing the province’s long-term care residents. Retired. Gen. Rick Hillier says the vaccine, which still requires Health Canada approval, can be moved more easily than the one manufactured by Pfizer, which requires deep cold storage. Hillier says […]
Alcohol, tobacco seized in PoS market
News Shane Superville 14 Minutes Ago Boxes of alcohol seized at the Port of Spain market by police on Tuesday morning. Police suspect the alcohol was brought in from other islands where it could be sold for a profit. PHOTO COURTESY TTPS Intelligence gathered by Port of Spain City Police led to the seizure of […]