Peel Region will be under the highest COVID-19 alert level short of a lockdown as Ontario shifts to a tiered and colour-coded system for managing pandemic measures, though the restrictions it will face fall short of what local health officials deemed necessary to curb rising case counts.
Niagara Region Public Health has advised the District School Board of Niagara that one individual at E.I. McCulley Public School in St. Catharines, and one individual at Lincoln Centennial Public School has tested positive for COVID-19.
Doug Ford tweeting out, "It’s disgusting and disgraceful that @WholeFoods has banned poppies for their employees. We will always stand with our veterans. Whole Foods should apologize and immediately reverse this decision. Everyone should wear a poppy #lestweforget."
In accordance with the Treaty Rights of the Haudenosaunee, the deer harvest will only take place on Hamilton Conservation Authority lands from Monday to Thursday's starting November 9th until December 3rd.
Ontario is spending a record $187 billion in its first pandemic-era budget, with money earmarked to support the health-care sector, help seniors living at home and subsidize electricity rates for businesses.