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One Ontario university is now taking action on students who aren't practicing proper social distancing measures. Queen's University parties can now end in expulsion if the gathering is deemed a threat to the community. The principal of the university announced that this applies to both on and off-campus housing. 

In a Wednesday statement, Patrick Deane, principal and vice-chancellor at Queen's wrote that the university will be holding students accountable for their actions. 

He noted that large parties have been a concern since the return to campus.

Editor's Choice: An Ontario City Just Jacked Up Its Party Fines Because People Aren't Complying

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Lors d'une mêlée de presse tenue ce mercredi 16 septembre, en avant-midi, le premier ministre François Legault a pris le temps de répondre aux questions de nombreux journalistes. Un des sujets de l'heure a été la transmission dans les maisons, lors de partys privés, auquel le PM a répondu être à la recherche de moyens d'intervenir.

« Notre principal défi, c'est dans les maisons », a indiqué Legault d'emblée, tenant également à préciser que le problème n'est pas simple à encadrer.

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For anyone looking to rent out their home in Toronto on a short-term basis, there's a new bit of news for you. You need to register with the City of Toronto, and you can short-term rent only your principal residence.

FYI, short-term rentals are homes or rooms rented out for any period of time that’s less than 28 consecutive days. A principal residence, on the other hand, is the home where you live and the address you use for bills, ID, taxes or insurance.

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