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Most Quebecers believe first wave of COVID-19 is over, survey finds

Most Quebecers believe first wave of COVID-19 is over, survey finds

MONTREAL — An online survey suggests Quebecers are the most likely in Canada to believe the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic is over, despite having the highest caseload in the country by far.
Ontario to pilot COVID contact tracing app, expected to launch July 2

Ontario to pilot COVID contact tracing app, expected to launch July 2

TORONTO — Ontario is launching a mobile app to help track cases of COVID-19, the premier announced Thursday, and the province is replacing outdated public health systems to boost its ability to contain the spread of the virus as more regions reopen.
Leafs' Marner on matchup with Blue Jackets: 'Every game's not gonna be perfect'

Leafs' Marner on matchup with Blue Jackets: 'Every game's not gonna be perfect'

TORONTO — Mitch Marner's message is simple — things might not always look pretty.
CFL commissioner Ambrosie testifies before Ontario committee on finance

CFL commissioner Ambrosie testifies before Ontario committee on finance

TORONTO — Commissioner Randy Ambrosie was scheduled to spend much of Thursday speaking with federal and provincial politicians about how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the CFL.

TSN says Kayla Grey has network's full support, regrets 'unclear' statement

TORONTO — TSN says anchor Kayla Grey has the network's full support, and it regrets issuing an "unclear" statement last week after a user on social media engaged in what the network calls "reprehensible attacks on her character.

Police seize more than 120,000 fentanyl pills in multiple drug raids

BURLINGTON, Ont. — Provincial police say they seized more than 120,000 fentanyl pills and 70 kilograms of fentanyl powder in a series of raids in the Greater Toronto Area. They say it's the largest-ever fentanyl seizure by Ontario law enforcement.
Eng forced off Canadian wheelchair basketball team by international changes

Eng forced off Canadian wheelchair basketball team by international changes

OTTAWA — A realigning of standards on who can compete in Paralympic wheelchair basketball has forced Canadian veteran David Eng off the national team. Canada's flagbearer at the 2016 Summer Paralympics will not compete in Tokyo next year.
Mutonji and Ruban take Trillium Book Awards, Ontario's top literary prize

Mutonji and Ruban take Trillium Book Awards, Ontario's top literary prize

TORONTO — Tea Mutonji's "Shut Up You're Pretty," has been named the winner of the Trillium Book Award while Paul Ruban took the French honour for "Crevaison en corbillard." Both authors receive $20,000 for winning Ontario's top literary prize.
Families unable to see elderly loved ones struggle to navigate new rules and risks

Families unable to see elderly loved ones struggle to navigate new rules and risks

TORONTO — When Becca Orban eyeballed her grandmother's second-floor hospital window, she figured it was within reach.
Families accuse Ontario long-term care home of denying loved ones hospital trips

Families accuse Ontario long-term care home of denying loved ones hospital trips

Several families say a long-term care home east of Toronto that's been ravaged by COVID-19 told them a local hospital would not accept their loved ones who were sick with the disease.
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