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COVID-19's first (potential) Ontario victim died six days ago

COVID-19's first (potential) Ontario victim died six days ago

Man who died was close contact of another COVID-19 confirmed case
Commons likely to sit again to pass economic response to COVID-19, Trudeau says

Commons likely to sit again to pass economic response to COVID-19, Trudeau says

Some moves will require legislative approval
Coronavirus at the salon: Should you cancel hair, nail and wax appointments?

Coronavirus at the salon: Should you cancel hair, nail and wax appointments?

Some companies have announced new cleaning and hygiene procedures
Premier Doug Ford announces state of emergency as coronavirus outbreak continues

Premier Doug Ford announces state of emergency as coronavirus outbreak continues

Ford says Ontario faces 'a danger of major proportions'
COVID-19: Westjet suspends all international, transborder flights for 30 days

COVID-19: Westjet suspends all international, transborder flights for 30 days

Final flights will launch on Sunday at 11:59 p.m. local time
Cineplex closing due to COVID-19

Cineplex closing due to COVID-19

Growing concerns regarding COVID-19 forced the decision
Coronavirus concern finally washes ashore B.C.'s remote islands

Coronavirus concern finally washes ashore B.C.'s remote islands

A wave of alarm over COVID-19 hit the shores of some of B.C.’s more isolated islands after federal and provincial authorities have announced a series of wide-ranging measures to quell the spread of the virus within the last week
Close all restaurants and bars, urges Ontario's top medical official

Close all restaurants and bars, urges Ontario's top medical official

Take-out and delivery should be only options, says top doc
Tim Hortons to close dining room seating starting Tuesday

Tim Hortons to close dining room seating starting Tuesday

This comes in an effort to reduce contact among staff and customers
<b>CANADA:</b> Border agency adds screening questions after complaints about airport disarray

CANADA: Border agency adds screening questions after complaints about airport disarray

New arrivals will be required to acknowledge that they're being asked to self-isolate for two weeks to keep COVID-19 from spreading