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With Canada experiencing its fifth wave of COVID-19 and many lockdowns, Ontarians are expressing their need to get back to the life they once lived before.

A recent study by the Angus Reid Institute showed that 54% of Ontarians agree that it's time to end COVID-19 restrictions and believe people who feel at risk should self-isolate.

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In season one of the COVID-19 pandemic, you may remember the "Imagine" video Gal Gadot and other celebrities made of them singing the popular John Lennon song –which elicited mixed reviews, to say the least.

Ontario TikTokers have decided to bring back the unfortunate trend which Gadot has since admitted was "in poor taste" in a spoofed version about Ontario lockdowns.

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Ontario has been back in a modified Step Two for just over a week – but restrictions may not lift as soon as some Ontarians hope.

In a press conference on January 13, Dr. Kieran Moore, Ontario's chief medical officer of health, says he "can't guarantee" that the new restrictions will lift on January 26 like originally planned.

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If your New Year's resolution was to be more social, hit the gym or dine at a new restaurant, you may be out of luck for the next little while as the province enters a modified step two of the Roadmap to Reopen.

The Ontario government just announced that new restrictions will be put into place to combat increased COVID-19 hospitalizations and the quickly spreading Omicron variant.

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Ce 30 décembre, un « grand coup » a été donné dans la province alors que le gouvernement de François Legault a annoncé l'arrivée de mesures sanitaires encore plus strictes. En plus de la mise en place du couvre-feu, des changements concernant les rassemblements privés au Québec ont été apportés et entrent en vigueur à compter du 31 décembre.

« La grande majorité des Québécois respecte les consignes, mais il y a une minorité qui ne suit pas les consignes. Même si les rassemblements privés sont interdits, on sait qu’une minorité va faire le party très tard. Ça va être tous les Québécois qui vont subir les conséquences », a écrit le premier ministre dans une publication Facebook.

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