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Wolfpack stuck between a rock and a hard place as rugby league ponders future

Wolfpack stuck between a rock and a hard place as rugby league ponders future

TORONTO — As English rugby league faces an uncertain future due to COVID-19, the Toronto Wolfpack find themselves once again between a rock and a hard place.
Ujiri would love to season salvaged, but global health should be focus right now

Ujiri would love to season salvaged, but global health should be focus right now

TORONTO — Masai Ujiri would love to see the remainder of the NBA season salvaged somehow.

Bruce Power donates 600,000 pieces of protective equipment for health-care workers

An Ontario power provider is donating 600,000 pieces of personal protective equipment to the provincial government to help in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.
Canadians in New York's arts scene describe the city's grim COVID-19 situation

Canadians in New York's arts scene describe the city's grim COVID-19 situation

TORONTO — As a New York-based Canadian with a home in Toronto, Allana Harkin has been closely following how COVID-19 is affecting this country.
Ontario reports 260 more COVID-19 cases; provincial total at 1,966

Ontario reports 260 more COVID-19 cases; provincial total at 1,966

TORONTO — Ontario reported 260 more COVID-19 cases Tuesday, as the provincial government grappled with the spread of the virus in long-term care homes.

Ontario strikes deals with French-language, elementary teachers' unions

TORONTO — Ontario has reached tentative contract agreements with the unions representing the province's 12,000 French-language teachers and 83,000 elementary teachers.
Queen's Plate, Canadian Open close to decisions for 2020 during COVID-19 pandemic

Queen's Plate, Canadian Open close to decisions for 2020 during COVID-19 pandemic

TORONTO — While Toronto's ban on city-led events through June 30 does not prohibit professional sporting contests during the COVID-19 pandemic, two major annual events say they are close to making announcements on their status for this year.

Guards refuse to work in Ottawa jail over lack of COVID-19 screening protocols

Guards at an Ottawa jail refused to work Tuesday morning due to the lack of COVID-19 screening of those going inside the institution, the union representing its correctional workers said.
Ontario to close schools until May 4, unveils online learning plan

Ontario to close schools until May 4, unveils online learning plan

TORONTO — Schools in Ontario will remain closed until at least May 4 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Premier Doug Ford said Tuesday, as his government introduced a new plan for students to continue learning at home.
Montreal health officials report two COVID-19 deaths, 12 cases in seniors facility

Montreal health officials report two COVID-19 deaths, 12 cases in seniors facility

MONTREAL — Quebec seniors homes and long-term care facilities are emerging as a critical zone in the fight against COVID-19, with more than 400 facilities reporting cases, public health officials said Tuesday.
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