Ontario working to address long lines for COVID-19 tests  CBC NewsView Full coverage on Google News
Ontario Premier Doug Ford said he will be making announcements over the next day or two to about measures to help slow the spread of COVID-19 in the province's hotspots.Ontario Premier Doug Ford said he will be making announcements over the next day or two to about measures to help slow the spread of COVID-19 in the province's hotspots.

Ontario premier confirms new measures are coming for COVID-19 hotspots | CTV News

Asymptomatic Ontarians who want to get tested for COVID-19 may soon be able to avoid the “ridiculous” lineups at some assessment centres and head to their local pharmacy instead, according to Premier Doug Ford. Asymptomatic Ontarians who want to get tested for COVID-19 may soon be able to avoid the “ridiculous” lineups at some assessment centres and head to their local pharmacy instead, according to Premier Doug Ford.

Ford says announcement coming soon on COVID-19 testing at pharmacies | CP24.com

In a year that every extra person in a room means extra risk, the Conservative government is ignoring our kids' overflowing classrooms.In a year that every extra person in a room means extra risk, the Conservative government is ignoring our kids' overflowing classrooms.

Why Won’t Ontario's Ford & Lecce Mandate Smaller Class Sizes?

Premier Doug Ford in Guelph Tuesday to make the announcementRead the full story and comment on GuelphToday.

Linamar gets $2.5 million from province to produce ventilators (10 photos) - GuelphToday.com

TORONTO – Ontario Premier Doug Ford says “All options are on the table”. This would include more shutdowns and more regulations. The Premier made the comments on Monday, September 14, 2020, during his daily media availability. Ontario has seen confirmed COVID-19 numbers increase over the past week with the cases in southern Ontario lead the way. […]

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‘Parents deserve to know’: New Ontario webpage dedicated to COVID-19 cases in schools - Sudbury.com

The province of Ontario is paying $2.5 million to help the Guelph-based manufacturing company Linamar Corp. retool its assembly line to make ventilator parts.The province of Ontario is paying $2.5 million to help the Guelph-based manufacturing company Linamar Corp. retool its assembly line to make ventilator parts.

The Premier is coming to Guelph. On Tuesday morning, Premier Doug Ford's office announced that he, along with Christine Elliott, Minister of Health and deputy premier; and Vic Fedeli, Minister of...The Premier is coming to Guelph. On Tuesday morning, Premier Doug Ford's office announced that he, along with Christine Elliott, Minister of Health and deputy premier; and Vic Fedeli, Minister of...

Ontario Premier Doug Ford in Guelph today | GuelphMercury.com

Health officials are starting to speak out about what Ontario's second wave might look like, and it doesn't look good. On Monday, the Minister of Health said that the second wave may in fact be more challenging than the first. However, the province is ready to take action.It will be "more difficult to deal with than the first wave."

Ontario's Second Wave Will Be 'More Complicated & More Difficult' Than The First - Narcity

Premier Doug Ford offered up $2.5 million to Guelph-based Linamar Corp. during a visit to the Royal City on Tuesday afternoon. Premier Doug Ford offered up $2.5 million to Guelph-based Linamar Corp. during a visit to the Royal City on Tuesday afternoon. 

Premier Doug Ford announces $2.5M to help make ventilators in Guelph | Globalnews.ca