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On Monday, April 19, Premier Ford's new Ontario border restrictions went into effect.

This means that those travelling in and out of Ontario from Manitoba or Quebec will now be stopped by enforcement officials at various border checkpoints, in an effort to curb inter-provincial travel.

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Just days after details about Ontario’s latest stay-at-home order were announced, the provincial government is walking back some of its restrictions.

By Sunday, April 18, the government had revealed it would be reversing some aspects of the restrictions on outdoor spaces and altering the newly announced policing powers.

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On Friday, Ontario's updated COVID-19 modelling data was presented, painting a severe picture within the province.

According to data provided by Dr. Adalsteinn Brown, co-chair of Ontario's COVID-19 science advisory table, in order to avoid cases surging above at least 15,000 daily, Ontario's stay-at-home order needs to be extended to six weeks rather than the current four.

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While 27 regions moved back into Ontario's framework this week, Toronto's reopening might have to wait. 

Dr. Eileen de Villa, the city's top doctor, told CBC's Metro Morning that the city should take a "cautious" approach for easing restrictions. 

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Torontonians could finally see themselves move back into Ontario's colour zones next week. 

Mayor John Tory told CP24 on Monday that the city will likely enter the grey zone of Ontario's reopening plan on February 22.

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