WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court issued a mixed verdict Thursday on demands for President Donald Trump’s financial records that will keep his tax returns, banking and other documents out of the public eye for the time being.
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TORONTO — Ontario is reporting 170 new cases of COVID-19, and three new deaths due to the novel coronavirus.
The total number of cases now stands at 36,348, which includes 31,977 marked as resolved and 2,703 deaths.
The province is also reporting 172 newly resolved cases today.
(Ontario) - The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Canada Day week traffic campaign ended in tragedy with seven people dying on OPP-patrolled roads and waterways, and thousands of others posing a public safety threat by engaging in risky behaviours.
TORONTO — The Ontario government, in consultation with Ontario’s Chief Medical Officer of Health, has extended all emergency orders currently in force that were made under s.7.0.2(4) of the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act to July 22, 2020.
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump’s June began with his Bible-clutching photo op outside a church after authorities used chemicals and batons to scatter peaceful demonstrators. It never got less jarring or divisive.
TORONTO — Ontario is reporting 112 new cases of COVID-19, and two new deaths due to the novel coronavirus.
The total number of cases now stands at 36,060, which includes 31,603 marked as resolved and 2,691 deaths.
The province is also reporting 177 newly resolved cases today.
Ontario completed more than 15,100 tests for the novel coronavirus over the previous 24 hours.
VANCOUVER — The First Nations Health Authority says 89 members of its community fatally overdosed from illicit drugs across British Columbia between January and May, an increase of 93 per cent compared with the same period last year.
TORONTO — Ontario is set to introduce new legislation to enable the extension of some pandemic emergency orders over the next year.
Solicitor General Sylvia Jones says she will introduce the bill at the provincial legislature today.
TORONTO — Ontarians could face property tax increases and service cuts if upper levels of government don’t provide immediate financial support to municipalities coping with massive pandemic-related costs, leaders of the province’s largest cities and regions said Monday.
TORONTO — Upper levels of government must stop “wrangling” and provide immediate financial support to municipalities coping with massive pandemic-related costs, leaders of Ontario’s largest cities and regions said Monday.