Taking neighbourhood into account would save 10 per cent more lives, scientists say.
Alberta and Quebec are starting to vaccinate the general population, which won’t happen in Ontario until March 15.
Andrea Horwath was trying to ask about COVID-19 restrictions.
“Conflict of interest does not disappear. Doug Ford owes those people.”
The NHL is submitting a list of restaurants, bars and gyms it wants to use.
The Montreal facility where COVID-19 vaccines could be produced is still under construction.
Students in COVID-19 hot spots like Waterloo Region, Windsor and the GTA, are still learning remotely.
Nearly 40 per cent of all nursing homes have outbreaks of COVID-19.
Premiers want Ottawa to introduce stronger measures to deter travel.
Doctors and advocates have warned the pandemic has been fuelled by poor sick leave policies.
About Doug Ford
Doug Ford is the leader of the Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario and the 26th Premier of Ontario. He was first elected to Toronto city council to represent Ward 2 Etobicoke North in 2010, when his brother Rob Ford was elected Mayor of Toronto. Doug Ford ran for Mayor of Toronto in 2014, but lost to John Tory. Ford won the leadership of the Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario in March 2018.