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<b>ONTARIO:</b> Guelph grocery store to start checking temperature of everyone entering

ONTARIO: Guelph grocery store to start checking temperature of everyone entering

'Wellness screening' will include being asked a series of questions before entering
Almost half of Ontario doctors say they will be forced to close their offices: OMA

Almost half of Ontario doctors say they will be forced to close their offices: OMA

The physicians group is calling for government funding to keep doctors from having to declare bankruptcy
<b>LIVE:</b> Ontario deploying more than 21,000 iPads to students in low-income families

LIVE: Ontario deploying more than 21,000 iPads to students in low-income families

Premier Doug Ford says province is delivering devices with free wireless data for online learning; new emergency order extends free childcare to more essential workers
<b>COVID-19:</b> University of Waterloo researchers working on DNA-based nasal vaccine

COVID-19: University of Waterloo researchers working on DNA-based nasal vaccine

The nasal vaccine is being designed to target tissues in the nasal cavity and lower respiratory tract
<b>LIVE:</b> Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announces $1.7 billion in aid for energy sector

LIVE: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announces $1.7 billion in aid for energy sector

PM announces another $750 million for emission reduction, nearly $100 million to help rural employers
<b>COVID-19:</b> Return to normal hinges on immunity, say those pushing for new blood tests

COVID-19: Return to normal hinges on immunity, say those pushing for new blood tests

Estimates of the proportion of asymptomatic infections vary widely, but epidemiologist says most experts believe it is somewhere between one quarter and half of all cases
<b>COVID-19:</b> PM under pressure to flesh out promise to top up pay for long-term care workers

COVID-19: PM under pressure to flesh out promise to top up pay for long-term care workers

Trudeau promised earlier this week that the federal government would provide funding to top up the wages earned by essential workers in nursing homes who earn less than $2,500 a month
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> Small space and no equipment? Here’s how you can still exercise

BEYOND LOCAL: Small space and no equipment? Here’s how you can still exercise

There are plenty of movements that can be done on the spot that you won't have to purchase any additional equipment for
<b>COVID-19:</b> Here's how isolation might be impacting your skin

COVID-19: Here's how isolation might be impacting your skin

<b>ONTARIO:</b> Auto insurance companies now allowed to provide rebates due to pandemic

ONTARIO: Auto insurance companies now allowed to provide rebates due to pandemic

The change will allow insurance companies to provide auto insurance premium rebates to consumers for up to 12 months after the emergency has ended