Covid-19


Ford blasts Ontario teachers' unions, delivers plan to reopen schools

The Ontario Premier went on the offensive saying he doesn't understand why they won't cooperate with his government.

Joe Vaughan

Pennsylvania governor tries to shut down all youth sports due to COVID-19

Democratic Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf defended his recommendation yesterday to delay youth sports until January 2021 due to coronavirus concerns.

Mia Cathell

Brampton Mayor Brown wants dangerous offenders to stay in jail through pandemic

In the same news conference, Brown commented on the alleged murder of Darian Hailey Henderson-Bellman by her ex-partner, Darnell Reid.

Joe Vaughan

McDonald's Canada to source only Canadian beef starting in September

McDonald's Canada announced that they will be shifting back to solely sourcing Canadian beef for their burgers come September.

Joe Vaughan

BBC advises no face-to-face sex during the pandemic

The charity published advice instructing intimate couples to avoid kissing, wear a face covering, and choose positions that aren't face-to-face during sex—how romantic.

Mia Cathell

NJ town considers fining people $250 for not wearing a mask outside

People in Hoboken NJ may be subject to a new ordinance soon, in which they will be required to wear a mask even outdoors, or face a hefty $250 fine.

James Anthony

WATCH: Woman choked by Victoria Police for not wearing a mask

A video has gone viral on social media that appears to show a masked Victoria police officer attempting to apprehend a young woman by choking her before dragging her to the ground.

Collin Jones

Federal judge lifts 50-person wedding limit in two New York couples' lawsuits against Gov. Cuomo

A federal judge in Syracuse ruled in favour of two New York couples who challenged the state's 50-person cap on wedding celebrations.

Mia Cathell

Cuomo and de Blasio disagree over whether New York City needs the rich

De Blasio said the city doesn't need the rich, while Cuomo has begged them to come back.

Collin Jones

Windsor-Essex to finally enter Stage 3 of COVID-19 reopening process

Windsor-Essex has now been given the go-ahead to proceed into Stage 3 of the coronavirus reopening process.

Collin Jones

Thousands gather in Quebec to push back against mandatory mask mandate

Thousands of protesters moved through downtown Montreal on Saturday to voice their views about the Quebec government's mandatory mask protocols.

Collin Jones

Violent criminal released from jail due to COVID concerns murders elderly man in front of his 16-year-old daughter

A repeat criminal offender allegedly murdered a 63-year-old man in his own home in Maryland after being freed on coronavirus concerns.

Joe Vaughan

Ontario sees 70 new cases of COVID-19, one death

The province is making a push at a full week of day-over-day increases below 100 cases, with Saturday being the sixth day.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

A rape suspect was freed from prison over coronavirus concerns—he murdered his accuser

Bouaichi was released after his lawyers had argued that the pandemic posed a threat to his safety. Now his accuser is dead.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

Trump calls CNN's sources on COVID-19 task force 'pure fiction'

President Donald Trump took to Twitter on Wednesday morning, charging CNN's White House Correspondent Jim Acosta with drumming up "pure fiction" concerning his sources on the coronavirus Task Force.

Collin Jones