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Ford cannot deliver firm timeline for Ontario reopening

No firm timeline or date was released by Ontario Premier Doug Ford for the provinces third stage of reopening the economy which will be the final stage.

Sam Edwards Sam Edwards

Ford tells residents of Ontario to celebrate Canada Day responsibly, respect others in a 'Canadian way'

Ontario Premier Doug Ford has asked residents of the province to celebrate July 1 in a responsible manner and to continue to adhere to public health advice.

Quinn Patrick Quinn Patrick

Ford launches task force to regulate Ontario's corrupt tow truck industry

Ontario's towing industry will be reformed and newly regulated after two major police probes uncovered corruption and criminal activity.

Quinn Patrick Quinn Patrick

Doug Ford asks homeless to stop tenting in Toronto parks

Toronto continues to see homeless encampments pop up throughout the city in public squares and parks as vulnerable people look for spaces to stay safe.

Sam Edwards Sam Edwards

BREAKING: Ford announces reopening plan for Windsor-Essex

Windsor will begin Stage 2 of the reopening on June 25 along with surrounding municipalities and towns with the exception of Kingsville and Leamington.

Sam Edwards Sam Edwards

BREAKING: Ford extends Ontario's state of emergency to July 15, hopeful this will be final extension

Ontario Premier Doug Ford will extend the province's state of Emergency to July 15.

Quinn Patrick Quinn Patrick

Ontario suffers small spike in coronavirus cases, first death of an under 20 year old

There has been a small growth in coronavirus cases in Ontario, with the first death of a patient under the age of 20.

Nico Johnson Nico Johnson

BREAKING: Ford government unveils new math curriculum, warns young people to stop partying

The new curriculum will have three primary areas of focus: Financial literacy, coding and computer programming, and learning and recalling number facts.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

Toronto and Peel Region back Ford's reopening plan

Toronto and Peel Region are both backing Premier Ford’s decision to move the areas into stage two of the province's reopening plan on Wednesday.

Sam Edwards Sam Edwards

BREAKING: All of Ontario now in Stage two of reopening EXCEPT Windsor-Essex County

"We're watching the public health trends carefully," said Ford, explaining that "unfortunately, the threat of this virus in Windsor-Essex is still too great."

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

BREAKING: Ford government announces $25 billion in school funding

Ford announced that his government will be providing school boards with $25.5 billion during 2020-2021, increasing funding by $736 million, compared to last year.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

Ontario patios are opening up, but singing and dancing are forbidden

Ontario is opening up patios across the province. But don't dream of singing or dancing to celebrate. The province says that's forbidden.

Barrett Wilson Barrett Wilson

Ford government allows Ontarians to reunite with up to ten people in 'social circles'

Social circles of up to 10 people are now permitted by the Ontario government which means people can reunite with their family and loved ones.

Quinn Patrick Quinn Patrick

BREAKING: All of Ontario besides Toronto and Windsor to enter stage two of economic reopening

Stage two permits restaurants to reopen their patios, as well as bars, shopping malls, outdoor recreational facilities, hair salons, and barbershops.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

Ford government to lift coronavirus restrictions for most of Ontario, but not Toronto

Ford is set to remove coronavirus restrictions for a large portion of the province, but not for Toronto. Much of Ontario has entered Stage Two of reopening.

Sam Edwards Sam Edwards