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Police advise Mississauga, Brampton residents to report non-compliance with COVID-19 orders
Following the closure of all outdoor recreational facilities across Ontario as part of Premier Doug Ford’s state of emergency extension, Peel [...]
HUGE INCREASE: Halton now reporting nearly 60 coronavirus cases in Oakville and Burlington along with Milton and Halton Hills
For the second day in a row, the Halton Region saw a record spike in the number of confirmed individuals tested positive with coronavirus, Read the Full [...]
Police remove couple staying in Cobourg park: 'We’ve had a health crisis dropped on top of a housing crisis'
The Cobourg police chief says a camp site inside a municipal park was broken up on March 26 due to trespassing and a fire pit. Read the Full Post from The [...]
Peel Health reports more than 60 new confirmed coronavirus cases in past 24 hours
Peel Public Health is reporting its largest spike in confirmed cases of COVID-19 within 24 hours. Read the Full Post from The Brampton Guardian
Three more Toronto police officers test positive for coronavirus
Five total have been infected with COVID-19 virus. Read the Full Post from The Brampton Guardian
Ontario’s coronavirus cases have doubled since Friday
Ontario’s number of confirmed COVID-19 cases has doubled since Friday, rising 15 per cent overnight by 260 people to a total of 1,966 since the virus first [...]
Ontario schools won’t open until at least May
Ontario schools won’t open until May and students will be given grade-by-grade guidelines for the number of hours they should be spending on [...]
Lindsay superjail inmate population dwindling due to COVID-19 measures
There are 200 fewer inmates currently housed in Central East Correctional Centre in Lindsay (CECC) due to COVID-19 measures. Ministry of Solicitor General [...]
Food prices set to rise amid coronavirus crisis
Restaurant prices go down amid COVID-19 and a sinking Canadian dollar. Read the Full Post from The Brampton Guardian
Peel Learning Foundation continues to help children in Brampton, Caledon and Mississauga during coronavirus crisis
Many Peel District School Board students depend on breakfast programs and emergency programs for help. Read the Full Post from The Brampton Guardian