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<b>COVID-19:</b> Ontario's recovery plan doesn’t have dates — but that’s not a bad thing, experts say

COVID-19: Ontario's recovery plan doesn’t have dates — but that’s not a bad thing, experts say

Public health experts say it makes more sense to not have dates
LIVE: Ontario launches web portal to help businesses affected by COVID-19

LIVE: Ontario launches web portal to help businesses affected by COVID-19

Province looking for suggestions on removing barriers for businesses, including changes to provincial policy, regulations
<b>CANADA:</b> Justin Trudeau says mom Margaret Trudeau is recovering after apartment fire

CANADA: Justin Trudeau says mom Margaret Trudeau is recovering after apartment fire

Trudeau says he talked to her today and she's "doing fine"
<b>COVID-19:</b> With 'wet signings' still needed in many cases, lawyers use parking lots to handle documents

COVID-19: With 'wet signings' still needed in many cases, lawyers use parking lots to handle documents

'We’ve done wills the same way for 600 years and here’s an opportunity to accomplish safety and security and let people get the important documents done,' says attorney general
<b>LIVE:</b> PM says public health measures working, but Canada still in critical time

LIVE: PM says public health measures working, but Canada still in critical time

New guidelines for restarting Canadian economy, federal COVID-19 modelling to be released today
<b>CANADA:</b> More young people vaping, despite growing evidence of risks

CANADA: More young people vaping, despite growing evidence of risks

Many young people are unaware of the health risks of e-cigarettes
<b>CANADA:</b> Learning to live with COVID-19 requires permanent fixes to vulnerable settings

CANADA: Learning to live with COVID-19 requires permanent fixes to vulnerable settings

Dr. Theresa Tam said we simply do not know yet whether someone who has had COVID-19 will be immune from getting it again, or how long that immunity will last
<b>COVID-19:</b> Doctors say they see little progress on improving PPE supply, survey suggests

COVID-19: Doctors say they see little progress on improving PPE supply, survey suggests

A recent survey of nearly 2,500 doctors across Canada found 42 per cent had seen no change in the supply of gear such as masks and face shields in the last month, while 29 per cent felt the supply is now worse
<b>COVID-19:</b> The risks to essential workers with hidden health conditions

COVID-19: The risks to essential workers with hidden health conditions

Going to work could mean being exposed to a virus that disproportionately targets those with underlying health conditions
<b>COVID-19:</b> UW researchers develop method to identify viruses in just minutes

COVID-19: UW researchers develop method to identify viruses in just minutes

The new method would be a key step in developing vaccines for future viruses