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4,061 people in Ontario hospitals with COVID, 594 in intensive care

Ontario is reporting 4,061 people in hospital with COVID on Thursday, though just over half of them were initially admitted due to...

Quebec’s Nunavik region moves into lockdown to contain Omicron, curfew in effect

Quebec’s Nunavik region moved into lockdown on Wednesday, as more than half the northern territory’s 14 Inuit communities were dealing with community...

Restaurant group calls for ‘immediate guidance’ on possible easing of Ontario restrictions next week

Restaurants Canada is calling on the Ontario government to provide “immediate guidance” on the possible easing of restrictions next week. The group,...

Windsor-Essex health unit rescinds instruction to halt entry of temporary foreign workers

The Windsor-Essex County Health Unit has done an about face just days after instructing all businesses in the region to halt further...

4,132 people in Ontario hospitals with COVID, 589 in intensive care

Ontario is reporting 4,132 people in hospital with COVID on Wednesday, though just over half of them were initially admitted due to...

Ontario health minister to provide update on COVID-19 public health trends

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COVID-19: Hospital execs urging Hamiltonians to ‘seek out’ other options if not an emergency

Execs from Hamilton’s two city hospital networks sent a message to residents seeking non-urgent medical care: look for other options prior to...

COVID-19: Edmonton Public School Board pushes for easier pediatric vaccine access

The Edmonton Public School Board is concerned about vaccination rates for kids between five and 11 years old. The board is now...

Child care centres concerned about limited N95 mask supply from Ontario government

The heads of some child-care centres in Ontario say they’ve received limited supplies of N95 masks from the provincial government and no...

COVID-19: NHL to stop testing asymptomatic players post All-Star break

The NHL will stop testing asymptomatic players, coaches and staff who are fully vaccinated following the All-Star break in early February, saying...

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