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  2. Ontario reports 3,469 new COVID-19 cases, 22 more deaths linked to illness  CBC.ca
  3. New COVID-19 cases in Ontario drop below 3500 as hospitalizations climb higher  CTV Toronto
  4. Egan: Bridge checkpoints loosened, police spend $113,000 on Day 1  Ottawa Citizen
  5. Ottawa Public Health reports 186 COVID-19 cases, 16 active workplace outbreaks  Global News
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Ottawa Public Health is reporting a steady increase in the number of COVID-19 outbreaks in local workplaces.Ottawa Public Health is reporting a steady increase in the number of COVID-19 outbreaks in local workplaces.

COVID-19 outbreaks in Ottawa workplaces growing | CTV News

Ottawa-Gatineau's bridge-crossing bottleneck, which cost police $113,000 on Day 1, appears to be over.

Egan: Bridge checkpoints loosened, police spend $113,000 on Day 1 | Ottawa Citizen

Egan: Bridge checkpoints loosened, police spend $113,000 on Day 1

Egan: Bridge checkpoints loosened, police spend $113,000 on Day 1 | Ottawa Citizen

Ottawa's mayor and Ontario's solicitor general were at odds Tuesday over the province's decision to set up police check points along the Ottawa River.Ottawa's mayor and Ontario's solicitor general were at odds Tuesday over the province's decision to set up police check points along the Ottawa River.

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The new cases on Monday bring Canada's total number of infections to 1,131,780.The new cases on Monday bring Canada's total number of infections to 1,131,780.

Over 120K new COVID-19 cases since Easter suggests post-holiday surge in Canada - National | Globalnews.ca

Ontario reported more than 3,400 new COVID-19 cases and 22 deaths on Tuesday, as hospitalizations continue to rise sharply. Ontario reported more than 3,400 new COVID-19 cases and 22 deaths on Tuesday, as hospitalizations continue to rise sharply.

Ontario logs 3,469 new coronavirus cases, 22 more deaths | CP24.com

The latest numbers of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Canada as of Tuesday, April 20, 2021.The latest numbers of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Canada as of Tuesday, April 20, 2021.

The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada for Tuesday, April 20, 2021 - Canada News - Castanet.net

While a maximum of 3.1 million COVID vaccines could be administered in Canada every week, Canada’s vaccine rollout is only operating at about half capacity, with 1.8 million people (58 per cent of 3.1 million) getting a shot in the last seven days. The maximum number is based on a survey of provinces’ and territories’ […]

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B.C. Premier John Horgan said Monday that measures will be introduced Friday under the Emergency Program Act to limit people from travelling outside of their health authority for non-essential reasons.B.C. Premier John Horgan said Monday that measures will be introduced Friday under the Emergency Program Act to limit people from travelling outside of their health authority for non-essential reasons.

B.C. to implement roadside checks to limit non-essential travel

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Ontario is reporting 3,469 new COVID-19 cases and 22 additional deaths on Tuesday. The province reports a test positivity rate of 10 per cent, down from the a record rate of 10.5 per cent a day ago. There were 40,596 tests completed in the last 24 hour period, down slightly from the nearly 43,000 tests […]

Ontario reports drop of nearly 1,000 COVID-19 cases day over day, hospitalizations climb - 680 NEWS

Ottawa Public Health is reporting 186 new COVID-19 cases and one death related to the virus on Tuesday as workplaces across the city face numerous outbreaks.Ottawa Public Health is reporting 186 new COVID-19 cases and one death related to the virus on Tuesday as workplaces across the city face numerous outbreaks.

Ottawa Public Health reports 186 COVID-19 cases, 16 active workplace outbreaks - Ottawa | Globalnews.ca

OTTAWA — The latest news on COVID-19 developments in Canada (all times eastern):

The latest news on COVID-19 developments in Canada for Tuesday, April 20, 2021 | National Post

The latest news on COVID-19 developments in Canada for Tuesday, April 20, 2021 | National Post

Ottawa Public Health is reporting 203 new COVID-19 cases as city officials say they expect all essential workers in the city to be eligible for vaccination by July.Ottawa Public Health is reporting 203 new COVID-19 cases as city officials say they expect all essential workers in the city to be eligible for vaccination by July.

COVID-19: Ottawa adds 203 cases, 131 patients in hospital - Ottawa | Globalnews.ca

Ottawa's board of health passed a motion calling for additional powers to enforce COVID-19 measures in Ontario and a reduction in businesses deemed essential in the third wave.Ottawa's board of health passed a motion calling for additional powers to enforce COVID-19 measures in Ontario and a reduction in businesses deemed essential in the third wave.

Ottawa Board of Health asks Ontario for more COVID-19 enforcement powers - Ottawa | Globalnews.ca

Ottawa's board of health passed a motion calling for additional powers to enforce COVID-19 measures in Ontario and a reduction in businesses deemed essential in the third wave.

Ottawa Board of Health asks Ontario for more COVID-19 enforcement powers - Ottawa | Globalnews.ca

Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson is disputing Ontario Solicitor General Sylvia Jones' use of his quotes on border checkpoints and clarifying his opposition to the new COVID-19 restrictions.Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson is disputing Ontario Solicitor General Sylvia Jones' use of his quotes on border checkpoints and clarifying his opposition to the new COVID-19 restrictions.

COVID-19: Ottawa mayor objects to solicitor general quoting him on border closures - Ottawa | Globalnews.ca

Ontario reported 3,469 new COVID-19 cases Tuesday and 22 additional deaths.

Ontario records 3,469 new COVID-19 cases, 22 deaths | Toronto Sun

Ontario records 3,469 new COVID-19 cases, 22 deaths

Ontario records 3,469 new COVID-19 cases, 22 deaths | Toronto Sun

The latest news on COVID-19 developments in Canada (all times eastern): 8:05 p.m. Yukon's chief medical officer of health confirmed a new COVID-19 case in the territory today. Dr. Brendan Hanley says the person is from rural Yukon and had travelled within the country. This brings the total number of cases in the territory to 77. Last week, the territory confirmed its first case of the P.1 variant, which is the strain first identified in Brazil....

The latest news on COVID-19 developments in Canada for Monday, April 19, 2021

Ontario reported 3,469 cases of COVID-19 and 22 deaths on Tuesday as hospitalizations soar.Ontario reported 3,469 cases of COVID-19 and 22 deaths on Tuesday as hospitalizations soar.

Ontario reports 3,469 COVID-19 cases, 22 deaths as hospitalizations top 2,300 - CHCH

Canada has hit the 10-million milestone for total COVID-19 vaccines administered and is closing in fast on getting a first dose to one in four Canadians.Canada has hit the 10-million milestone for total COVID-19 vaccines administered and is closing in fast on getting a first dose to one in four Canadians.

10 million COVID-19 vaccines administered in Canada, case counts remain high

More than 2,200 people are in hospital with COVID-related illnesses, 749 patients are in ICU, 516 on ventilators.More than 2,200 people are in hospital with COVID-related illnesses, 749 patients are in ICU, 516 on ventilators.

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The province has also reported 159 new hospitalizations, 3,369 recoveries, and 22 deaths in today's updateThe province has also reported 159 new hospitalizations, 3,369 recoveries, and 22 deaths in today's update

Ontario confirms 3,469 new COVID cases Tuesday - Sault Ste. Marie News

COVID-19 in Ontario on April 19: The testing positivity rate has climbed to an all-time high as hospitalizations pass the 2,200 markCOVID-19 in Ontario on April 19: The testing positivity rate has climbed to an all-time high as hospitalizations pass the 2,200 mark

COVID-19: Singh urges Ottawa to use Emergencies Act in Ontario; Province expands AstraZeneca eligibility to 40+ - NOW Magazine

Ottawa's medical officer of health is issuing a new order that will make masks mandatory within five metres of play structures in local parks.Ottawa's medical officer of health is issuing a new order that will make masks mandatory within five metres of play structures in local parks.

COVID-19: Masks will be mandatory at Ottawa playgrounds, some young kids exempt - Ottawa | Globalnews.ca

Ottawa's medical officer of health is issuing a new order that will make masks mandatory within five metres of play structures in local parks.

COVID-19: Masks will be mandatory at Ottawa playgrounds, some young kids exempt - Ottawa | Globalnews.ca

TORONTO — The Ontario government rejected efforts to support essential workers with paid sick leave Monday while admitting its now-reversed moves to close playgrounds and grant police sweeping enforcement powers had been a mistake.TORONTO — The Ontario government rejected efforts to support essential workers with paid sick leave Monday while admitting its now-reversed moves to close playgrounds and grant police sweeping enforcement powers had been a mistake.

Ontario rejects efforts on paid sick leave, says expanding police power was mistake - Kitchener News

Today's report also includes 19 deaths, 3,153 recoveries, and 203 new hospitalizationsRead the full story and comment on OrilliaMatters.

Ontario reports 4,447 new COVID cases Monday - Orillia News

The reality of Ontario's third wave is well-known within the province, but the situation really stands out against the rest of Canada. As of Saturday, April 17, Ontario had more than double the number of cases than anywhere else in the country, with officials recording 40,694 active cases of COVID-19. Editor's Choice: Doug Ford Is Now Reversing Some Aspects Of Ontario’s Stay-At-Home Order Upload credit : Government of Canada According to data from the federal government, Ontario's case numbers stick out like a sore thumb, making up 46.7 percent of all of Canada's recorded active cases. When it comes to cases as a percentage of the population, Alberta's case rate is actually worse than Ontario's — 391 cases per 100,000 people vs. 276. But residents of either province will no doubt look enviously at provinces like the Yukon, Nunavut, the Northwest Territories and Atlantic Canada, which seem to be handling COVID-19 a lot better at the moment.The one province makes up nearly half of all active cases in Canada.

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The latest news on COVID-19 developments in Canada (all times Eastern): 11 p.m. Alberta Premier Jason Kenney has lowered the minimum age for the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine.The latest news on COVID-19 developments in Canada (all times Eastern): 11 p.m. Alberta Premier Jason Kenney has lowered the minimum age for the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine.

The latest news on COVID-19 developments in Canada - Coast Reporter

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It’s a budget sure to open up a $101-billion debate over what Canada needs to navigate the turmoil of the pandemic - and whether the country is spending too much to get us safely to the other side.

Freeland stares down critics as feds go big with $101B stimulus - BNN Bloomberg

Today's report also includes 19 deaths, 3,153 recoveries, and 203 new hospitalizationsToday's report also includes 19 deaths, 3,153 recoveries, and 203 new hospitalizations

Ontario reports 4,447 new COVID cases Monday - Sudbury News

Ontario is reporting a drop in COVID-19 cases, but only a slight drop in the positivity rate. On Tuesday, 3,469 new cases were confirmed in the province.

Province reports 3,469 new COVID-19 cases and 22 more deaths on Tuesday | Durham Radio News