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New COVID-19 restrictions for the province involve heightened Ontario police powers, but eight forces have said they won't be doing random stops. 

Several police forces have commented on the new enforcement measures and addressed how they will be responding to them. 

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Jeep has been asked to rename the famed Cherokee car models by the principal chief of the Cherokee Nation.

Chief Chuck Hoskin, Jr. announced in a statement he believes businesses and sports teams need to stop using Native American names and imagery for mascots and products.

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Ford's government will allow NHL players competing in Canada's North Division to use restaurants and bars this season. 

According to a government document, under Ontario's grey zone, indoor dining will still be closed to the public, however, NHL teams will be able to use these facilities. 

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Four people have died in a severe house fire in Toronto and two others are being treated for injuries in hospital.

Toronto Fire Services confirmed that the three-alarm blaze broke out at just after 4:30 a.m. on Friday at 95 Gainsborough Rd. in the Upper Beaches, near Coxwell and Gerrard.

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Despite travelling to the U.S. when Ontario's government was telling people to stay home, Halton Police Chief Stephen Tanner will remain in his position.

The Halton Police Board (HPB) said today in a press release they had accepted Chief Tanner's apology and had full confidence in him continuing in his role.

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