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Doug Ford Update Today Live. Premier Doug Ford announced a stay-at-home order and declared a provincial state of emergency.#cdnpoliSubscribe to CTV News to watch more. Premier Doug Ford announced today that in-person learning at Ontario schools will not resume until the fall.

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The Northlander train cancellation was another catastrophe created by the previous government. Today, the NDP continues to vote against its return. In his first public appearance since enacting controversial measures that have now rescinded, an emotional Doug Ford apologized to Ontarians on Thursday, expressing regret for recent enforcement measures put into place by his government. [Premier] Doug Ford has hit another bad note on the culture file, this time ripping away opportunities from everyone from aspiring artists to the According to the report, Ford said that the decision to do so was made after residents who live near the two sites complained.

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Ontario Premier Doug Ford and Education Minister Stephen Lecce are expected to make an announcement about the remainder of the school year on Wednesday afternoon. Meanwhile, many personal support workers who left long-term care early in the pandemic over low pay or lack of full-time work are unlikely to return, the province's long-term care commission heard today. We may not be politically correct, but please respect each other before contributing.