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Trudeau Reached Out To 3 Atlantic Premiers About How To 'Help' Ontario Right Now

The PM said Ontario's COVID-19 cases are "rapidly rising."

In response to the “rapidly rising” number of cases of COVID-19 in Ontario, Justin Trudeau reached out to provincial leaders from across the country.

In a tweet on Saturday, April 17, the PM revealed he’d spoken with three Atlantic premiers about how they could help Ontarians “get through this third wave.”

Editor's Choice: Doug Ford Is Now Reversing Some Aspects Of Ontario’s Stay-At-Home Order

Sharing a photo of himself working from home, the PM confirmed that he’d spoken with Newfoundland and Labrador Premier Andrew Furey, P.E.I. Premier Dennis King and Nova Scotia Premier Iain Rankin.

Health Canada data shows that all three regions had less than 45 active cases of COVID-19 each as of April 17, 2021. As of the same date, Ontario had 40,694 active cases.

The province has now introduced a new stay-at-home order in an effort to combat its rising cases of COVID-19, although some aspects of the order have already been reversed.

Here's Everything That Is Open & Closed For The September 30 Holiday In Ontario

September 30 is the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.

This Thursday, September 30, is the first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation in Canada, a new federal holiday.

The holiday honours "the lost children and Survivors of residential schools, their families and communities," according to the Government of Canada.

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Canada's Wonderland Halloween Haunt Is Now Open & Here's A Terrifying First Look (PHOTOS)

Wonderland's Halloween Haunt looks a little different this year.

Spooky season has officially started with Canada's Wonderland Halloween Haunt opening night on September 24.

Halloween Haunt is best known for its late-night rides, haunted houses, and mazes, but this year Canada's Wonderland has pivoted in a new direction.

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Billy Bishop Airport Evacuates Terminal After 'Suspicious Item' Was Found

The airport says passengers should expect flight delays.

Passenger security screening has been "temporarily suspended" at Billy Bishop Airport this morning and travellers should expect flight delays.

A "suspicious item" was found in a carry-on item this morning, according to a tweet from Billy Bishop Airport and an investigation into the item is ongoing.

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Courtesy of Hudson's Bay

Hudson's Bay is kicking it old school and bringing Zellers back from the archives for a pop-up shop in Ontario.

Fans of the closed-down retail chain can relive its glory days at the pop-up in Burlington Mall and score some signature Zellers apparel, toys, and more.

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