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<updated>WATCH: </updated> Trudeau says Canada to begin receiving 1M doses of Pfizer vax per week

WATCH: Trudeau says Canada to begin receiving 1M doses of Pfizer vax per week

View the livestream feed of the press conference here
Ontario reports 1,374 new COVID cases Friday

Ontario reports 1,374 new COVID cases Friday

Public Health Ontario also reported 1,124 recoveries, and 18 deaths in today's update
Algoma Public Health reporting one new COVID case

Algoma Public Health reporting one new COVID case

The individual was infected through close contact with a known confirmed case
Elders, caregivers roll up their sleeves for COVID-19 vaccine at Sault Ste. Marie Indian Friendship Centre <b>(5 photos)</b>

Elders, caregivers roll up their sleeves for COVID-19 vaccine at Sault Ste. Marie Indian Friendship Centre (5 photos)

Vaccination clinics open to both Indigenous, non-Indigenous community members
Saultites share what they did pre-pandemic, this week last year

Saultites share what they did pre-pandemic, this week last year

Lunches with friends, traveling the world, and visiting family are just some of the ways Saultites spent the weeks leading up to the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic
<b>COVID-19:</b> Here's the situation in the Sault today

COVID-19: Here's the situation in the Sault today

No new cases reported since Thursday
<updated>WATCH: </updated> Four more months of hard work ahead in fight against COVID-19, says province's top doc

WATCH: Four more months of hard work ahead in fight against COVID-19, says province's top doc

Watch today's press conference here
Mayor marks National Day of Observance on one-year anniversary of pandemic

Mayor marks National Day of Observance on one-year anniversary of pandemic

'Together, we will defeat COVID-19, and I look to the future with optimism,' Christian Provenzano says in statement
Ontario marks one year of COVID-19 – here's what's happened so far

Ontario marks one year of COVID-19 – here's what's happened so far

From an extended March Break to a second province-wide shutdown - a look back on the one-year anniversary of the COVID-19 pandemic
Sudbury moves into lockdown following spike in COVID-19 cases

Sudbury moves into lockdown following spike in COVID-19 cases

From March 3 to 9, the region's case rate increased by 54.1 per cent to 75.9 cases per 100,000 people