Montreal is on track to stay in the ‘yellow’ COVID-19 alert zone for the next week at least, says the citys public health chief. But it’s clear that ‘we’re at the beginning of something.’
Old computers are getting a new life. An Ottawa man is taking donated old tech, and refurbishing it – making it usable for those in need.
Toronto Raptors president Masai Ujiri said he hasn’t had any contract discussions with team owner Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment since the club’s season ended last week.
Quebec Public Security Minister Genevieve Guilbault announced on Friday an increased police presence across the province in bars and restaurants — with a particular emphasis on regions in the ‘yellow’ zone.
As hundreds of people lined up before dawn for a test at the COVID-19 Brewer Assessment Centre, plans are in the works for new drive-thru testing facilities in Ottawa.
When asked by CTV News Ottawa’s Christina Succi if Ottawa is in a second wave, Dr. Vera Etches said “yes.”
Many people don’t feel safe flying amid the COVID-19 pandemic and there are still government warnings in place against non-essential travel.
The Toronto District School Board reported its first confirmed case of COVID-19 in a student on Thursday just as tens of thousands returned to secondary classrooms for the first time in months.
Police have located one of the two seniors who went missing in Toronto’s Rexdale neighbouhood earlier this week, just hours after escalating their search to the highest possible response level.
Quebec’s schools will largely stay open no matter how bad the next wave of the pandemic gets, the province’s authorities said Thursday.
From the ByWard Market fire, to the COVID-19 pandemic and the recent temporary removal of downtown parking, the last year has been a struggle for some Ottawa businesses downtown.
Police have stepped up their search for two seniors who went missing in the citys Rexdale neighbouhood earlier this week.