LOS ANGELES — Geoff Johns, the former president and chief creative officer of DC Entertainment, considered his sister akin to a superhero, but instead of otherworldly strength or special powers, her special gift involved her generous heart and sense of adventure.
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In the new reality of physical distancing, JDRF is bringing Canadians together to unite, get loud and raise funds to accelerate the pace of type 1 diabetes research – all from home. The JDRF House ParT1D for a Cure, presented by Omnipod, will take place on Sunday, June 14, 2020, and is Canada’s largest virtual house party turning type one diabetes into type none.
(ORILLIA, ON) - With Safe Boating Awareness Week in full swing, the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) is partnering with the Canadian Safe Boating Council (CSBC) to remind boaters and paddlers about the main dos and don’ts for getting through a safe boating season.
OTTAWA—Canada is slowly beginning to emerge from its COVID-19 cocoon, with the federal government poised to announce a gradual reopening of national parks and heritage sites, and more provinces taking the first halting steps toward a return to normal.
OTTAWA—Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says there are many questions for countries, particularly China, around the origins of COVID-19 and how they reacted in the early days of the pandemic.
At the same time, Trudeau told a daily news briefing, the spread of the virus requires a global, co-ordinated response.
TORONTO — Dust off your golf clubs and load up your boats, Ontario. The province has eased more restrictions in time for the May Long Weekend.
TORONTO — Premier Doug Ford revealed Monday he recently had two of his daughters visit him, in apparent contradiction of official provincial advice.
TORONTO — The organization representing Ontario's nurses says the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the need for sweeping reforms to the province's health-care system.
The Registered Nurses' Association of Ontario is updating its previous calls for change in part by incorporating lessons learned from the deadly outbreak that's killed at least 1,600 people in the province so far.
TORONTO — Ontario is expected to extend its COVID-19 state of emergency to the beginning of June, as retail stores were allowed to partly reopen and the top doctor suggested more restrictions could be loosened soon.
The provincial legislature will sit Tuesday and is expected to extend the province's state of emergency to June 2, while also holding question period again.
TORONTO — The Ontario government is opening provincial parks and conservation reserves for limited day-use access. The first areas opened today, including Quetico Provincial Park, with the remaining areas opening on Friday May 15. At this time, recreational activities will be limited to walking, hiking, biking and birdwatching.