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Ontarians urged to follow public health guidelines as COVID-19 cases continue to climb
The Ontario Medical Association (OMA) is urging Ontarians to be vigilant when it comes to following public health measures including keeping their social circle small to help prevent the spread of
Anglican, United churches in Ontario reopening for in-building services
Most Anglican churches and some United churches will be reopening for in-building services this Sunday after spending the summer practising their faith online.
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With all of the day’s stresses, it can be tough getting a good night’s sleep in Brampton. However, as it turns out, we are actually part of the most rested population in Canada.
Survey finds many Brampton residents keeping exotic animals as pets
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Ontario students begin return to class today as some boards reopen schools
Students in Ontario will begin returning to the classroom in person today for the first time since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Union urging provincial governments to allow casinos to reopen
Now that most provinces have entered Stage 3, many more businesses have been permitted to reopen. However, not all have.
'Unconstitutional': New provincial law stifles animal activists
Police around the province are welcoming a new law that will change the way animal rights activists are allowed to protest.
Canadians spent more on taxes than basic necessities in 2019: report
If you felt you paid a lot of money in taxes last year, you're not alone.
Ontarians fear second wave of COVID-19: poll
Despite the fact Ontario just entered Stage 3 not that long ago, many residents are concerned about a second wave of COVID-19.
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