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SIU investigates after man, 28, hit by Toronto police cruiser

SIU investigates after man, 28, hit by Toronto police cruiser

TORONTO — Ontario's police watchdog is investigating after it says a man was struck by a Toronto police cruiser during his arrest. The Special Investigations Unit says officers were responding to a robbery in the city's downtown core around 6:40 p.m.
Refugee shelter in Toronto reports outbreak of COVID-19

Refugee shelter in Toronto reports outbreak of COVID-19

A refugee shelter in downtown Toronto is reporting four cases of COVID-19, a problem the organization managing the facility said extends to other shelters in the city.
Quebec records 39 new COVID-19 deaths as cases approach the 13,000-mark

Quebec records 39 new COVID-19 deaths as cases approach the 13,000-mark

MONTREAL — Quebec recorded its lowest number of new COVID-19 cases in over a week on Sunday, even as health officials announced 39 new deaths.
Ontario extends emergency orders, reports 31 new deaths from COVID-19

Ontario extends emergency orders, reports 31 new deaths from COVID-19

TORONTO — Thousands of Ontario businesses have answered the call to help manufacture supplies for the fight against COVID-19, Premier Doug Ford said on Saturday as the province extended emergency measures for two more weeks.
Toronto police roll out stricter COVID-19 enforcement after letter from mayor

Toronto police roll out stricter COVID-19 enforcement after letter from mayor

Toronto police are ramping up their crackdown on people who aren't taking physical distancing seriously.
Watchdog investigating death of man shot by police in Temiskaming Shores, Ont.

Watchdog investigating death of man shot by police in Temiskaming Shores, Ont.

TEMISKAMING SHORES, Ont. — Ontario's police watchdog is investigating the death of a man who was shot multiple times by two officers in Temiskaming Shores, Ont.
Quebec premier doesn't rule out schools, daycares reopening ahead of May 4

Quebec premier doesn't rule out schools, daycares reopening ahead of May 4

MONTREAL — The Quebec government isn't ruling out a return to school and daycare for the province's youth before the summer.
Ontario to shift testing focus to vulnerable groups, raise daily capacity to 16k

Ontario to shift testing focus to vulnerable groups, raise daily capacity to 16k

TORONTO — Ontario will quadruple its COVID-19 testing capacity over the next month while shifting focus to those most vulnerable, officials announced Friday as a group home for disabled adults reported an outbreak led all but four caregivers to walk
Snow crab fishing delayed in Gulf of St. Lawrence due to COVID-19 concerns

Snow crab fishing delayed in Gulf of St. Lawrence due to COVID-19 concerns

The federal government has delayed snow crab fishing season in the Gulf of St. Lawrence due to concerns over spreading COVID-19.
Ontario jail guards battle with province over use of protective gear in COVID-19 crisis

Ontario jail guards battle with province over use of protective gear in COVID-19 crisis

The union representing correctional officers in Ontario says some of its members have refused to work after they were not allowed to wear protective gear amid the spread of COVID-19 in provincial jails.