Toronto makes masks mandatory in apartment buildings

TORONTO — Toronto City Council has passed a roster of new bylaws meant to mitigate the potential spread of COVID-19 as Toronto prepares to

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Prince Edward County locals frustrated as tourists flock to popular provincial park

PICTON, ONT. — One of eastern Ontario’s most popular tourist attractions is overwhelmed by a surge of demand. During the summer months, Sandbanks Provincial

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Driver didn’t stop after hitting woman out for jog: Guelph police

WATERLOO — Guelph police have tracked down a driver they say did not stop after hitting a woman who was out for a jog.

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Iran doctor freed in swap for U.S. Navy veteran returns to Tehran

TEHRAN, IRAN — An Iranian doctor based in Florida returned to his homeland Monday after being part of a swap that saw a U.S.

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Jimmy Fallon apologizes for Chris Rock impersonation in blackface on ‘SNL’

Jimmy Fallon is addressing his impersonation of Chris Rock in a “Saturday Night Live” sketch from 20 years ago in which he appeared in

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Victoria teen organizing drive-in theatre

A Victoria high school student is working with Island Health and Esquimalt to launch a drive-in theatre amid the pandemic. Source link https://www.ctvnews.ca/polopoly_fs/1.4940552.1589507758!/httpImage/image.jpg_gen/derivatives/landscape_300/image.jpg #CanadianNews

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PM Trudeau: COVID-19 efforts could ‘go up in smoke’ if one jurisdiction makes wrong decisions

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says everything Canadians have worked for in the fight against COVID-19 could “go up in smoke” if reopening

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Bed and Breakfasts Give Travel a Personal Touch

NewsUSA@NewsUSA.com (NewsUSA) (NewsUSA) – Travelers seeking a personal touch and insider stories would do well to consider staying at a local bed and breakfast

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Cyclist petitioning city to close curb lanes amid COVID-19 pandemic

LONDON, ONT. — Cyclist Jesse Cablek has started a petition to the city of London, asking for more space to be provided for pedestrians

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‘Death is so real:’ Immigrant group says meat workers afraid after plant closure

CALGARY — An organization that works with immigrants says the temporary closure of a large slaughterhouse in southern Alberta has left many among its

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