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Ontario not particularly close to most thresholds for reopening considerations
Ontario's top doctor says he wants to see daily COVID-19 case numbers drop well below 1,000 before public health restrictions are rolled back in the province, but one expert says several other metrics should also be considered before lockdowns can ease.
Ontario churches' charter challenge of pandemic lockdown measures set for court in September
Three Ontario churches challenging the constitutionality of the provincial COVID-19-related lockdown measures restricting in-person services are scheduled for court this fall.
Ontario sees fewest new COVID-19 cases in almost 7 weeks
Ontario reported another 2,073 cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, the fewest on a single day since March 24, and 15 more deaths linked to the illness.
Should 'obnoxious' leaf blowing have limits?
Leaf blowers are coming under new scrutiny at London city hall as the pandemic forces more people work from home during prime lawn care hours.
He painted the stick and she found the 'magik': how an art teacher is making kids smile
Finn Abley and his nanny Kathleen Abley have been finding sticks in the Coves in south London, painting and varnishing them, labelling them 'magik stiks' and putting them back for other kids to find.