Politicians and residents in midtown Toronto are voicing concern after the lease for a temporary shelter to house vulnerable people amid the COVID-19 pandemic was extended for two years, a decision that they say they were not notified of.
A lively crowd gathered outside Francois Legault's office in downtown Montreal in mid-July to send a message to the Quebec premier: his government cannot force them to wear masks in indoor public spaces to fight the spread of COVID-19.
Aaron Fairweather has 27 colonies of ants to keep happy in the living room by getting the temperature, humidity and light just right although the environment at home may not feel quite as comfortable as in a lab.
While Toronto will be moving to Stage 3 on Friday, the city's medical officer of health says COVID-19 is still present in the community, and residents need to stay focused to prevent a spike of new cases.
Doctors consulted to create a guidance plan for reopening Ontario schools now say masks should be used in middle and high schools in some instances, but remain torn on whether to recommend mask use for smaller children.