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Health workers rally at Queen’s Park to demand province make changes to pandemic response

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Health care workers have staged what they are calling a “pop-up protest” at Queen’s Park on Sunday to demand that the Ontario government take an evidence-based approach to dealing with the pandemic.

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Ontario’s COVID-19 case count crosses 500,000 as province logs more than 2,700 new infections

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Ontario health officials are reporting more than 2,700 new COVID-19 infections, pushing the province’s lab-confirmed case total past 500,000.

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Ontario health officials are reporting more than 2,700 new COVID-19 infections, pushing the province’s lab-confirmed case total past 500,000.
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Ford to make announcement with stay-at-home order set to expire next week

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Premier Doug Ford is set to make an announcement Thursday, a week ahead of the scheduled end of Ontario’s provincewide stay-at-home order. It will be the first time Ford has taken questions at a news conference in more than a week.

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Premier Doug Ford is set to make an announcement Thursday, a week ahead of the scheduled end of Ontario’s provincewide stay-at-home order. It will be the first time Ford has taken questions at a news conference in more than a week.


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Quebec presents new French-language reform bill

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The Quebec government presented a major reform to language laws Thursday morning, aiming to strengthen the use of French in the province.

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The Quebec government presented a major reform to language laws Thursday morning, aiming to strengthen the use of French in the province.
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