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Suspect charged in attack against Quebec security guard enforcing COVID-19 rules

MONTREAL — A 25-year-old Quebec man appeared in court Monday in connection with a brutal assault against a Walmart security guard who was enforcing the store's COVID-19 public health directives.
E-learning begins for students across Ontario as COVID-19 closures continue

E-learning begins for students across Ontario as COVID-19 closures continue

TORONTO — Students across Ontario began online learning Monday as Premier Doug Ford's government pledged that financial support for parents would arrive as soon as this week.
Daniel Levy says 'Schitt's Creek' finale is 'a love letter to the fans'

Daniel Levy says 'Schitt's Creek' finale is 'a love letter to the fans'

TORONTO — With his smash Canadian comedy series "Schitt's Creek" wrapping up for good on Tuesday, it's naturally a bittersweet time for co-creator and star Daniel Levy.
Quebec premier sounds optimistic note, says new COVID-19 stats 'extraordinary'

Quebec premier sounds optimistic note, says new COVID-19 stats 'extraordinary'

Quebec's premier and its chief medical officer sounded cautiously optimistic on Monday about the province's battle against COVID-19.
Toronto FC president Bill Manning 'staying connected' during MLS hiatus

Toronto FC president Bill Manning 'staying connected' during MLS hiatus

TORONTO — Bill Manning has his family on hand as he works from home during Major League Soccer's hiatus due to COVID-19. He and wife Jennifer have both sons in the house — 20-year-old John is back from college while 17-year-old Will is in Grade 11.

Donation dump: Diabetes Canada pens open letter with bins overflowing with trash

TORONTO — With donation bins overflowing and in some cases surrounded by illegally dumped garbage, Diabetes Canada has issued an open letter to community leaders and elected officials to help raise awareness about the issue.
Canadian Premier League still on course, looks to engage fans during hiatus

Canadian Premier League still on course, looks to engage fans during hiatus

TORONTO — While his teams have been sidelined by COVID-19, Canadian Premier League commissioner David Clanachan believes they can still make a difference. CPL players and clubs have been reaching out during the hiatus, looking to engage fans.
Hot Docs to screen some films through CBC after festival postponed

Hot Docs to screen some films through CBC after festival postponed

TORONTO — Some films from this year's postponed Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival in Toronto will make their debut for free through the CBC.
Parents, teachers say transition to e-learning will be a learning process

Parents, teachers say transition to e-learning will be a learning process

TORONTO — As school-aged children prepare for online learning during the COVID-19 pandemic, teachers and parents say it'll be an imperfect process as they figure out how to work with each family's needs.
Long-term care home in Oshawa, Ont., reports six COVID-19 deaths: health officials

Long-term care home in Oshawa, Ont., reports six COVID-19 deaths: health officials

OSHAWA, Ont. — Public health officials say six COVID-19 patients at a long-term care home in Oshawa, Ont., have died.
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