Ford government says province nears stage three of reopening

The low spread of COVID-19 being reported in Ontario public health units might mean the province can soon move into Stage 3 of its reopening plan.

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Trudeau government extends foreign travel ban to July 31

The current travel ban on most foreign travellers has been extended by the Trudeau government until July 31.

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South Dakota will not limit attendance at July 4th Mount Rushmore celebration

Governor Kristi Noem does not plan to implement physical distancing measures for the upcoming celebration at the Mount Rushmore monument for America's Independence Day.

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BREAKING: Trudeau slams high-profile politicians calling for trade of Huawei CFO for Canadian prisoners in China

Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavorwere detained and have been imprisoned since shortly after Canada's arrest of Meng Wanzhou in Vancouver.

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Passenger refused to wear face mask on plane—faces $5,000 fine

A passenger on a plane that was headed from Vancouver to Manitoba is being investigated by RCMP after he refused to wear a face mask while on board.

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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.

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EU to bar US travellers from entry despite reopening measures

European Union countries are preparing to restrict entry to Americans, due to the failure of the United States to handle the pandemic.

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Toronto and GTA shopping malls to be reopened on June 24

As Toronto's enters Stage 2 of Ontario's regional approach to reopening the province, shopping malls in will also reopen as of June 24.

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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.

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Americans fined for hiking in Banff National Park during pandemic

Americans who have travelled to Canada for tourism, particularly those headed to Banff National Park in Alberta may be in for an ugly surprise—a $1,200 fine.

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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.

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Ontario sees decrease in coronavirus cases and deaths

The lowest amount of new coronavirus cases in almost 12 weeks has been reported in Ontario.

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Canada's small businesses are open but struggling during reopening phases

The Canadian Federation of Independent Business conducted a survey that revealed that half of small businesses are now earning far less than before.

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Trudeau gov't forced to release border data, attacked for lack of transparency

The House of Commons' health committee has demanded that the government publicly release data regarding travel restrictions on the Canada-US border.

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Movies could be back in theatres by the end of June

Cineplex is aiming to have a gradual reopening of their Canadian movie theatres, starting with six locations in Alberta later this month.

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