The recently confirmed infections come after five straight days of more than 1,000 cases daily in the province. The new cases include in Toronto, 186 in Peel Region and 89 in York Region.
For most of us, our phone books are in our smart phones. But one man has had to make room for dozens of them in his Toronto condo. Fred Meandro is an avid collector and says you can learn a lot about a city by going through old and new phone books.
It’s been nearly one year since students in Ontario had a “normal” school experience —one that doesn’t involve on-line learning, masking and physical distancing — and a new survey from the province’s largest school board suggests that more kids are feeling unhappy, nervous or worried about the future.
Ontario had no updated plan for dealing with a pandemic when COVID-19 began cutting a deadly swath through the province last spring, a public commission was told.