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<b>COVID-19:</b> Ontario government to announce plans for back-to-school in September today

COVID-19: Ontario government to announce plans for back-to-school in September today

Announcement just six weeks before back-to-school season
<b>CANADA:</b> Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to testify today on WE Charity controversy

CANADA: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to testify today on WE Charity controversy

Trudeau's chief of staff Katie Telford was also scheduled to testify today
<b>CANADA:</b> Privacy officials say LifeLabs has asked court to limit their breach report

CANADA: Privacy officials say LifeLabs has asked court to limit their breach report

A joint statement from the privacy commissioners for Ontario and British Columbia says the Toronto-based chain of medical labs has agreed to comply with their orders and recommendations
ONTARIO: Province plans to redesign child welfare system to focus on prevention

ONTARIO: Province plans to redesign child welfare system to focus on prevention

Associate Minister of Children and Women's Issues Jill Dunlop says the new strategy will also work to address the over-representation of Black and Indigenous families in the children's aid system
<b>WATCH:</b> Province launches independent long-term care COVID-19 commission

WATCH: Province launches independent long-term care COVID-19 commission

Commission will guide the province on how to better protect long-term care residents and staff
<b>CANADA:</b> Health Canada approves remdesivir to treat severe COVID-19 symptoms

CANADA: Health Canada approves remdesivir to treat severe COVID-19 symptoms

This is the first drug Health Canada has approved for the treatment of COVID-19
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Ford says there are no plans to roll back economic reopening despite new cases

ONTARIO: Ford says there are no plans to roll back economic reopening despite new cases

New cases 'don't amount to a serious surge,' he says
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Province spent $3.5B less than planned in last fiscal year, watchdog says

ONTARIO: Province spent $3.5B less than planned in last fiscal year, watchdog says

The watchdog says the most significant underspending was seen in interest on debt
<b>WATCH:</b> Ford to make announcement on long-term care capacity in Ontario

WATCH: Ford to make announcement on long-term care capacity in Ontario

He will be joined by the minister of long-term care for the announcement
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> Students face tough question about campus living

BEYOND LOCAL: Students face tough question about campus living

'Why pay the extra thousands of dollars to go there and do the same thing that you could do at home?'