Ontario officials reported 139 new COVID-19 infections on Wednesday, along with 11 new deaths, seven of which became known by investigations into deaths that occurred during the pandemic's second wave.
Cleaning has become the leading cause of TTC bus delays during the COVID-19 pandemic but the transit agency insists that its decision to frequently disinfect its vehicles is not contributing to overcrowding.
A new poll suggests more Canadians believe the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic has not passed as concerns rise about a fourth wave of infections driven by the spread of the highly contagious Delta variant.
Elementary and secondary schools students will both return to the classroom five days a week in the fall and they will be greeted by an environment that more closely resembles the pre-pandemic normal with the return of field trips, school assemblies, music programming and extracurricular activities.
Teachers’ unions in Ontario say they are concerned about the lack of cohorting and the missing guidance on how to handle a COVID-19 outbreak in the province’s newly released back-to-school plans for the fall.
Premier Jason Kenney says he respects the advice of Alberta's top doctor to lift all COVID-19 public health orders, as local leaders and health-care experts from across the country continue to condemn the province's plans.