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How undocumented migrant workers are slipping through Ontario's COVID-19 net
The Ontario towns of Leamington and Kingsville have some of the highest rates of coronavirus infection in Canada, with large outbreaks on farms and at greenhouses. The province has started testing migrant workers, but these new measures overlook undocumented workers.
New vaping rules in effect in Ontario, but some flavours exempt
Most vaping products can now only be sold at specialty vape and cannabis retail stores, which serve customers 19 and older. But products with menthol, mint and tobacco flavours are exempt from the new regulations, which came into effect Wednesday.
Saskatoon teen's spinal surgery a success after COVID-19 almost robbed her of the chance
Bronwyn Joanis's spinal scoliosis surgery in Vancouver was cancelled just hours before its scheduled time on March 17 due to COVID-19 precautions, and time was running out on her chance to undergo the rare procedure.
Is it safe to play hockey? Your COVID-19 questions answered
We're answering your questions about the pandemic. Send yours to COVID@cbc.ca, and we’ll answer as many as we can. We’ll publish a selection of answers every weekday online, and also put some questions to the experts during The National and on CBC News Network
What it’s like to go to the dentist during the pandemic
For Canada Day, Duke and Duchess of Cambridge thank B.C. hospital staff for their dedication
In 1 month this Alberta town's hospital could have no doctors, mayor fears
Essential Canadians: Meet the people working on the front lines of the pandemic
Plan to restart surgeries slowed by long-term care patients in N.S. hospital beds
B.C. to allow designated visits for residents in long-term care after months of restrictions
U.S. could reach 100,000 new daily coronavirus cases if surge continues, Fauci says
Nova Scotia launches reviews of Northwood COVID-19 outbreak, long-term care system
Quebec makes mask mandatory on public transit, but experts say province needs to go further