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On Friday, April 16, Premier Doug Ford announced the extension of Ontario's stay-at-home order for an additional two weeks, along with new measures to curb rising COVID-19 cases.

These new measures include the restriction of interprovincial travel in or out of Quebec and Manitoba, rules prohibiting the gathering of more than one household outdoors, limited capacities in big-box stores, increased enforcement and more.

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Last Friday, Trudeau announced a series of new international travel rules in Canada, several of which have already come into effect.*

In addition to flight suspensions, changes at Canada's major airports, and new hotel quarantine measures, Ontario's premier has also introduced mandatory COVID-19 tests for all international arrivals at Toronto's Pearson Airport. 

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Hurricane Zeta has strengthened into a Category 2 hurricane and is expected to make landfall in Louisiana later today. 

The storm's path is forecasted to cross Georgia, and the effects felt could be more intense than originally predicted. 

A rare tropical storm warning is officially in effect for parts of North Georgia, including Metro Atlanta, whereas the region was originally only under a flash flood watch.  

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You might not have to change your clocks back and forth for much longer.

A bill tabled on October 7, 2020, by Ottawa West—Nepean MPP Jeremy Roberts could end Ontario's daylight saving for good.

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There’s no question about it — the pandemic has changed the rental and housing market in Toronto and beyond. With people working from home, there is less reason to be close to the downtown area. Some residents have decided to move farther away, where they can have more space for less money.

According to The Financial Post, tons of city-dwellers are leaving Toronto behind, and it’s causing a ripple effect in smaller municipalities.

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