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Mobile mechanics thriving during COVID-19 pandemic doing driveway repairs

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TORONTO --
Many people have not been driving their vehicles as much during the COVID-19 pandemic, but they still require maintenance to keep them running smoothly.
Some drivers who want to avoid waiting rooms at dealerships and repair shops now have a new option for some services - mobile mechanics.
“Driving to body shops during this time of COVID is not really something we want to be doing," said Jeff Bernstein of Toronto who decided to use a mobile service to change the oil in his van and swap his winter tires for summer ones.
Bernstein has used https://estimates.getweel.com/ before the pandemic, but now he said it just makes that much more sense to have the services of mobile mechanics who can install a windshield or check your brakes without you having to leave home.

Ontario health minister denies politics played role in selection of COVID-19 hot spots

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TORONTO --
Ontario's health minister pushed back in Question Period on Monday amid suggestions that politics may have played a role in the selection of which areas of the province are prioritized for COVID-19 vaccine access.
Liberal MPP John Fraser pointed to several areas based on the first three letters of a postal code deemed "hot spots" — but data showed were low on the list of COVID-19 case rates and hospitalization rates.
"For example, a postal code region in Kanata, a riding of a government minister, is deemed a hot spot despite lower rates of hospitalization and death than some 300 other neighbourhoods in Ontario," Fraser said.

People 18 to 49 can now register for COVID-19 vaccine in three hot spots through UHN

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Registration for the COVID-19 vaccine for people between the ages of 18 and 49 is now open in three COVID-19 hot spots through the University Health Network.

Man who pushed stranger in front of subway sentenced to life, no parole for 14 years

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A Toronto man who pushed a stranger in front of a moving subway train nearly three years ago has been sentenced to life in prison with no chance of parole for 14 years.

Third wave of COVID-19 'wreaking havoc' on Toronto, top doctor says

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TORONTO --
Toronto could see about 2,500 COVID-19 cases per day by the end of April if the current rate of transmission remains the same, the city’s top doctor said Monday.
In a presentation to Toronto’s Board of Health, Dr. Eileen de Villa said that the third wave of the pandemic is “wreaking havoc” on the city.
“All together this says that right now, what we can anticipate of this third wave, is likely going to be worse than we have seen thus far over the course of the pandemic,” the medical officer of health said.
“As I've mentioned already now a couple of times, this is due to increased transmission, and increased severity associated with that B.1.1.7. variant of concern, which is now the dominant strain.”

Review of Toronto police missing-persons investigations to be released today

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An independent review of the Toronto police force's handling of missing-persons investigations is set to be released today.

Ontario works to create more critical care beds in hospitals as COVID-19 cases soar

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Ontario says it will add hundreds of critical care beds this week to help with an influx of COVID-19 cases that is pushing the health-care system to the brink.

Ontario Premier Doug Ford to provide COVID-19 vaccine update Tuesday

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Ontario Premier Doug Ford will provide an update Tuesday afternoon on the province’s COVID-19 vaccination plan.

Police investigate after 32-year-old man shot dead in St. Catharines, Ont.

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Police say a 32-year-old man has been shot dead in St. Catharines, Ont.

Man seriously injured in shooting in North York

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A man in his 40s has been seriously injured in a shooting in North York.

Vaccine supply issues force drive-thru clinic at Canada's Wonderland to close temporarily

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TORONTO --
York Region is temporarily closing two of its mass immunization clinics again, including the drive-thru site at Canada’s Wonderland, due to the lack of vaccine supply.
Melissa Pinto, a spokesperson for York Region, said in a statement that the clinics at Wonderland and the Georgina Ice Palace will pause vaccinations beginning Tuesday and remain closed until additional vaccines are delivered.
On Friday, Wayne Emmerson, the chairman and chief executive officer of York Region, wrote a letter to Health Minister Christine Elliott requesting more doses to keep the clinics open and avoid reduction of operating hours in other sites.

Ontario hospitals ramp down elective surgeries to increase ICU capacity

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Ontario hospitals will start ramping down elective surgeries and non-urgent procedures today to ensure they have the capacity to treat more COVID-19 patients.

Ontario Premier Doug Ford to make announcement Monday with Education Minister Stephen Lecce

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TORONTO --
Ontario Premier Doug Ford is expected to make an announcement alongside Education Minister Stephen Lecce on Monday afternoon.
The news conference is scheduled for 2:30 p.m. at Queen’s Park. In addition to Lecce, the premier will be joined by Health Minister Christine Elliott and Ontario’s Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. David Williams.
CTVNewsToronto.ca will stream the announcement live.
The announcement comes less than a week after a stay-at-home order was issued in the province. While most retail stores, gyms and restaurants were closed to in-person services, schools were allowed to remain open.
Some public health units, however, made their own decision to close schools to in-person learning for a two-week period as their regions grappled with a larger intake of COVID-19 variants.

Councillor wants Torontonians to be able to consume beer and wine in parks

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A midtown city councillor wants the city to introduce a pilot project to permit the consumption of alcoholic beverages in public parks and at beaches this summer.

COVID-19 cases in Ontario schools and child-care centres as of April 12

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Since September 2020, there have been a total of 14,909 lab-confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 in Ontario schools and 4,287 in licensed child-care facilities.

COVID-19 Ontario: More than 4,400 new infections reported as ICU admissions climb

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For the second day in a row, health officials in Ontario are reporting more than 4,400 new cases of COVID-19 as the number of patients in intensive care with the disease continues to climb.

Paediatric patients in GTA to be transferred to SickKids for care in effort to free space in hospitals

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TORONTO --
The Hospital for Sick Children will begin to accept paediatric inpatients Monday from across the Greater Toronto Area in an effort to help increase capacity in acute-care hospitals.
In a statement, the hospital confirmed they have been working with regional hospitals and health-care system partners to prepare to accept pediatric patient transfers.
“SickKids routinely accepts paediatric patients from other hospitals and is prepared to provide safe, high-quality care to additional paediatric patients, and to maintain stable hospital capacity for children and youth from across the GTA, with minimal impacts to clinical care and regular hospital operations,” the statement said.

Tory hopes 18+ residents in Toronto hot spots will soon be able to use provincial booking system

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TORONTO --
Mayor John Tory says pop-up COVID-19 vaccination clinics are continuing to operate in Toronto this week as the city works with the province to open up the provincial appointment booking system to residents over the age of 18 in the city’s hot spot neighbourhoods.
On Saturday and Sunday, long lineups formed outside a Thorncliffe Park pop-up clinic where residents aged 18 and older in select hot spot postal codes were eligible for a shot.
About 2,400 doses were administered at the clinic over the weekend.
“There are clinics like that going on every day and so today there are at least seven happening in hot spot neighbourhoods and those are open to people who are 18 plus,” Tory said.

Porter Airlines aims to restart flights by mid-June, prepares for 'unwinding travel restrictions'

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After being shuttered for more than a year, Porter Airlines hopes that flights can resume in mid-June.

Ontario considers closing schools to in-person learning for two weeks after spring break, sources say

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Ontario students could continue virtual learning beyond the April break for at least two weeks, CTV News Toronto and CP24 have learned.

Toronto could see 2,500 daily COVID-19 cases by end of April, says city's top doctor

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Toronto's top doctor says that at the current rate of transmission the city could see 2,500 new COVID-19 cases per day by the end of April.

Man who spent $1,500 to stay at Toronto quarantine hotel got COVID-19 anyways, infected whole family

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A Toronto family is speaking out about what they call the 'utter uselessness' of Canada's hotel quarantine program where their 74-year-old father believes he contracted a coronavirus variant of concern and then spread it to the rest of the family.

Man who spent $1,500 to stay at Toronto quarantine hotel says he got COVID-19 anyways, infected whole family

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A Toronto family is speaking out about what they call the 'utter uselessness' of Canada's hotel quarantine program where their 74-year-old father believes he contracted a coronavirus variant of concern and then spread it to the rest of the family.

Ontario schools closing to in-person learning indefinitely as COVID-19 cases soar

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TORONTO --
Ontario schools will stay closed indefinitely to in-person learning as COVID-19 cases continue to surge in the province.
Premier Doug Ford made the announcement on Monday alongside Education Minister Stephen Lecce at Queen's Park following a cabinet meeting earlier in the day.
Sources told CTV News Toronto the decision was made this weekend after the province posted a record-breaking number of COVID-19 and intensive care admissions.
"We're moving school online only after the April break, we will keep a constant eye on the data on case numbers hospital capacity and ICU admissions to determine when we get kids back in the classrooms," Ford said Monday.

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