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The reality of Ontario's third wave is well-known within the province, but the situation really stands out against the rest of Canada.

As of Saturday, April 17, Ontario had more than double the number of cases than anywhere else in the country, with officials recording 40,694 active cases of COVID-19.

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Toronto Police are letting Torontonians know exactly how they're making sure people follow Ontario's stay-at-home order.

In a press release from Saturday, April 10, Toronto Police Chief James Ramer confirmed that officers are not allowed to stop a vehicle or enter someone's house just to check if they're following the new stay-at-home order rules.

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On Thursday, April 1, Doug Ford announced a shutdown in Ontario, but one expert has different suggestions for how best to tackle Ontario's third wave.

Dr. Colin Furness is an epidemiologist and assistant professor at the University of Toronto's Faculty of Information and he thinks that more stringent measures need to be introduced to help stop the third wave.

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Doug Ford officially announced Ontario's shutdown is beginning on Saturday, April 3, at 12:01 a.m.

At a press conference on Thursday, Premier Ford confirmed his government is pulling the "emergency brake," triggering an Ontario-wide shutdown that will last for at least four weeks.

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The Registered Nurses Association of Ontario (RNAO) says Ontario's reopening plan is leading nowhere good. 

The RNAO released a press release on Saturday criticizing Ontario's current strategy and saying that the province needs to scale back its reopening plans. 

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