Ontario reported 469 additional cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, the fewest on a single day since last September, while other key indicators suggest the third wave of the pandemic is largely subsiding.
Representatives have returned to Ontario's legislature for an emergency weekend debate on election finance law with implications for free speech that experts warn may backfire on Premier Doug Ford's government.
Ontario is reporting 502 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday. The province is also reporting an additional 15 deaths.
A Toronto woman and her family who had been living on a boarded-up Toronto block, and at one point worried about whether their water and hydro would be cut off, appear to have a new place to live.