For Ontarians struggling to reconcile their government’s order to stay at home except for essential reasons while allowing non-essential businesses to keep operating, Premier Doug Ford has a blunt message: “Stay home.”
Ontario's Special Investigations Unit has determined there are no grounds to charge a Peel officer in the fatal shooting of 28-year-old Jamal Francique.
Ontario reported another 2,655 cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, as the government said it is expanding its workplace enforcement effort to include farming operations and essential businesses in the service sector.
Enforcement is ramping up across the province during the second state of emergency. In York Region over the weekend, public health inspected more than 70 businesses, focusing its COVID-19 enforcement on big box retail and grocery stores.