New vaping rules in effect in Ontario, but some flavours exempt

New rules restricting the sale of most flavoured vape products have come into effect in Ontario. The rules mean most of the products can now only be sold at specialty vape and cannabis retail stores, which serve customers 19 and older....

Stage 3 of Ontario’s COVID-19 reopening plan looms nearer

The chances of large parts of Ontario moving soon to Stage 3 of the province's COVID-19 reopening plan are looking bright as the spread of the coronavirus remains slow in most public health units. It's been nearly three weeks since all...

Ontario reports 257 new COVID-19 cases, the majority in Windsor-Essex

A single farm in Windsor-Essex, Ont. was the site of some 175 cases of COVID-19 and further testing is likely to find more cases at other farms in the region, Premier Doug Ford says.Ontario reported 257 new cases of COVID-19...

Ontario’s top doctors speak as province sees 257 new COVID-19 cases, the majority in Windsor-Essex

A single farm in Windsor-Essex, Ont. was the site of some 175 cases of COVID-19 and further testing is likely to find more cases at other farms in the region, Premier Doug Ford says.Ontario reported 257 new cases of COVID-19...

Canada’s largest mental health hospital calls for removal of police from front lines for people in crisis

Canada's largest psychiatric facility is throwing its support behind mounting calls to remove officers from the front lines for people in mental health emergencies."It's clear we need a new way forward," the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) in...

Ontario reports 216 new COVID-19 cases as Toronto, Peel prepare for Stage 2 of reopening

Ontario reported 216 additional cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, after confirming fewer than 200 new daily cases in eight of the last 10 days. The province also reported its first COVID-19-linked death in a patient under 20 years old. She lived in...

Toronto, Peel Region now allowed to move into Stage 2 of reopening

Toronto and Peel Region will be allowed to move into the next phase of Ontario's reopening plan on Wednesday, Premier Doug Ford said Monday.The two public health units, along with Windsor-Essex, were previously prevented from proceeding ahead as they dealt...

Province releases plan for students’ return to school as Ontario reports 178 new COVID-19 cases

Ontario Education Minister Stephen Lecce has outlined the province's plan for students' return to school in September.At a news conference Friday, Lecce said the province is tasking school boards across the province to prepare three separate plans for September: A plan for regular in-class...

Plastic surgeon facing disciplinary charge over allegations he filmed patients without consent

A Toronto plastic surgeon is facing a disciplinary charge on allegations that he filmed thousands of patients at his clinic, including while they were fully or partially naked, without proper notification or consent.Dr. Martin Jugenburg, whose two-storey clinic is located...

Ontario considers ‘good faith’ immunity from COVID-19 lawsuits

Ontario is considering granting some degree of immunity from civil lawsuits related to COVID-19, CBC News has learned.The move would protect organizations and people — including health-care providers — from lawsuits if they spread COVID-19 while acting in good faith,...
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