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Ontario is tightening restrictions on visitor policies at some long-term care homes as the second wave of COVID-19 hits the province.
It has been two months since Aurora’s Helen Sedo was last seen—and her family still has no answers.
Cyclists and pedestrians will once again take over parts of Lake Shore Boulevard and Bayview Avenue this weekend following a decision by the city to extend its popular ActiveTO program into October.
The number of new COVID-19 infections in Ontario has dropped back down to the 500s after the province recorded its highest single-day case count since the beginning of the pandemic on Monday.
Most Toronto residents who are tested for COVID-19 are now waiting more than two days for the results, prompting Toronto Public Health to move one of the key indicators on its monitoring dashboard into the red for the first time in months.
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