1. Canada places largest city under 'lockdown' for at least 28 days amid coronavirus spikes  Fox News
  2. Toronto, Canada's largest city, put into lockdown as infections soar  CNN
  3. Shun Amazon and Shop Local, Ontario Premier Begs Residents  Bloomberg
  4. Toronto, Peel placed under lockdown as COVID cases soar across Canada  Axios
  5. Toronto goes back into lockdown because of a surge in cases  Washington Post
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The designation is the highest level of restrictions that the province can place on a health unit or region.The designation is the highest level of restrictions that the province can place on a health unit or region.

 Canada’s largest city is going back into lockdown because of a surge in COVID-19 cases Canada’s largest city is going back into lockdown because of a surge in COVID-19 cases

Toronto goes back into lockdown because of a surge in cases - The Washington Post

“While this will bring things down in the short term, it will not necessarily address the risk and the outcomes that the most vulnerable in our commun...“While this will bring things down in the short term, it will not necessarily address the risk and the outcomes that the most vulnerable in our commun...

Well, don’t say we didn’t warn you, the lockdown for Toronto that Premier Doug Ford telegraphed on Wednesday became reality on Friday.

LILLEY: Toronto and Peel shut down for another 28 days | Toronto Sun

LILLEY: Toronto and Peel shut down for another 28 days | Toronto Sun

COVID-19 update for November 21: Ontario breaks a single-day record for new cases two days before Toronto and Peel enter lockdownCOVID-19 update for November 21: Ontario breaks a single-day record for new cases two days before Toronto and Peel enter lockdown

Ontario reports record-high 1,588 new cases of COVID-19

The Ontario government will shutter most non-essential businesses, including gyms and personal care services, and will prohibit sit-down service in restaurants in two of the province’s COVID-19 hot spots as they grapple with a rise in infections.The Ontario government will shutter most non-essential businesses, including gyms and personal care services, and will prohibit sit-down service in restaurants in two of the province’s COVID-19 hot spots as they grapple with a rise in infections.

COVID-19 Ontario: Toronto and Peel Region have been placed under lockdown. Here's what you need to know | CTV News

The Ford government is placing Toronto and Peel under the “lockdown” category in its tiered framework for COVID-19 restrictions, ordering the closure of a wide swath of businesses including gyms, recreation facilities and personal care services while also limiting all non-essential retail stores to curbside pickup only. The Ford government is placing Toronto and Peel under the “lockdown” category in its tiered framework for COVID-19 restrictions, ordering the closure of a wide swath of businesses including gyms, recreation facilities and personal care services while also limiting all non-essential retail stores to curbside pickup only.

Ontario puts Toronto and Peel into lockdown, closing non-essential retail | CP24.com

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Ontario’s COVID-19 case numbers hit a new single-day peak today as the province reported 1,588 new instances of the virus in the past 24 hours.

Ontario reports new one-day high of 1,588 new 19 cases of COVID-19 | Toronto Sun

Ontario reports new one-day high of 1,588 new 19 cases of COVID-19 | Toronto Sun

According to provincial data, Ottawa saw 36 new cases of the virus and two additional deaths.Read the full story and comment on OttawaMatters.

Ontario reports new single day high COVID-19 infections Saturday; Ottawa reporting 35 cases and two deaths - OttawaMatters.com

Ontario reported 1,588 new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday, a new single-day record for infections. It breaks the previous record mark of 1,581 which was set a week ago. Another 21 deaths were also reported, raising the provincial total to 3,472. For the fourth straight day, Peel Region is the virus hotspot with a record […]

Ontario reports new single day high of 1,588 COVID-19 infections Saturday - CityNews Toronto

There is no reason to expect anything to get conspicuously better. They lock us down, we breathe a sigh of relief. They let us out, we cheer and await the next…

Chris Selley: Canadians seem happy to tolerate government ineptitude as COVID restrictions get worse | National Post

Chris Selley: Canadians seem happy to tolerate government ineptitude as COVID restrictions get worse | National Post

The province has also confirmed 21 deaths in today's reportThe province has also confirmed 21 deaths in today's report

Ontario confirms 1,588 new COVID cases, new daily record for province - SooToday.com

Toronto and Peel will be moved into "lockdown" effective Monday November 23 at 12:01 a.m.Toronto and Peel will be moved into "lockdown" effective Monday November 23 at 12:01 a.m.

Ford Tightens Restrictions on Toronto and Peel - CHCH

Canada's chief public health officer is warning a "stronger response is needed immediately" to combat COVID-19 as a number of provinces reported record single-day increases in new cases Canada's chief public health officer is warning a "stronger response is needed immediately" to combat COVID-19 as a number of provinces reported record single-day increases in new cases 

New public health measures aimed at fighting the surge of COVID-19 in hot spot areas are expected to be announced today.New public health measures aimed at fighting the surge of COVID-19 in hot spot areas are expected to be announced today.

Premier Ford expected to crack down on hot spots today

TORONTO – Ontario Premier Doug Ford will be joined by Christine Elliott, Deputy Premier and Minister of Health, Rod Phillips, Minister of Finance, and Dr. David Williams, Chief Medical Office of Health, to make an announcement. Date:               Friday, November 20, 2020 Time:               Remarks scheduled for 3:30 p.m.

NetNewsLedger - November 20, 2020 - Ontario Premier Doug Ford Media Conference

On Friday, Doug Ford announced that some of the province's hot spots will be going into lockdown starting next week.   While multiple venues will be forced to close their doors, there still are a few things that will remain open during the Toronto and Peel lockdown. You won't be able to go to any gyms, shopping malls or hair salons, but you can still go to school. Restaurants will be limited to take-out and delivery. Editor's Choice: Doug Ford Is Officially Putting Toronto & Peel Into Lockdown “ To protect our most vulnerable, to protect what matters most, we need to get the community spread under control.  Doug Ford Christine Elliott, Ontario's Minister of Health, announced on Friday that along with schools, childcare will also keep their doors open.  Pharmacies, doctors, dental offices and other essential services will also remain open as long as they follow social distancing rules.  You'll still also be able to grab some food, as Elliott reveals that grocery stores won't be closing their doors.  Shopping centres and restaurants can also still do pick-up and delivery.  Both regions will go into lockdown on Monday, November, 23 at 12:01 a.m.You can still get your groceries and go to school.

Toronto & Peel Lockdown Will Still Have Some Spots Remaining Open - Narcity

'To protect our most vulnerable, to protect what matters most, we have to get the community spread under control,' says the premier.'To protect our most vulnerable, to protect what matters most, we have to get the community spread under control,' says the premier.

Doug Ford's latest coronavirus update: Lockdowns on the way for Toronto and Peel (Full transcript) - Macleans.ca

Barber shops, hair salons and all personal care services across Toronto will be shutting down as of Monday, Nov.23 at 12:01 a.m. thanks to rising C...Barber shops, hair salons and all personal care services across Toronto will be shutting down as of Monday, Nov.23 at 12:01 a.m. thanks to rising C...

Hair salons and barbers are shutting down in Toronto

The province has announced heightened measures for hard-hit regions. Read the full details here.The province has announced heightened measures for hard-hit regions. Read the full details here.

Here are Ontario’s new COVID-19 restrictions | TVO.org

Other regions are being moved into stricter levelsRead the full story and comment on BayToday

WATCH: Peel, Toronto going back into lockdown - BayToday.ca

Premier Doug Ford is set to make an announcement on new COVID-19 measures and possible lockdowns, this afternoon with top officials.Premier Doug Ford is set to make an announcement on new COVID-19 measures and possible lockdowns, this afternoon with top officials.

Ontario moved to lock down COVID-19 hotspots Toronto and Peel Region in a return to many of the strict measures experienced in the spring.

LOCKED DOWN: Pandemic deja vu for Toronto, Peel | Toronto Sun

LOCKED DOWN: Pandemic deja vu for Toronto, Peel | Toronto Sun

Toronto announced that it will enter a 28-day lockdown as COVID-19 cases surge in the Canadian city.Toronto announced that it will enter a 28-day lockdown as COVID-19 cases surge in the Canadian city.

Toronto goes into lockdown as COVID-19 cases climb | TheHill

Toronto announced that it will enter a 28-day lockdown as COVID-19 cases surge in the Canadian city.Toronto announced that it will enter a 28-day lockdown as COVID-19 cases surge in the Canadian city.

Toronto goes into lockdown as COVID-19 cases climb | TheHill

Ontario is moving the COVID-19 hot spots of Toronto and neighbouring Peel Region into lockdown in an effort to bring surging infections under control.

Non-essential retail, gyms to close as Toronto, Peel head for lockdown - BNN Bloomberg

Ontario recorded 1,588 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 21 more people who died from the disease in the previous day, the province announced Saturday morning.

COVID-19: Ontario sees 1,588 new cases, 21 more deaths; Ottawa records 36 new cases | Ottawa Citizen

COVID-19: Ontario sees 1,588 new cases, 21 more deaths; Ottawa records 36 new cases

COVID-19: Ontario sees a one-day record high of 1,588 new cases, 21 more deaths; Ottawa records 35 new cases | Ottawa Citizen

It’s happened just as Premier Doug Ford promised.  Ontario has moved several public health units up a level in their colour coded ... more ›

Province shifts a dozen health units up a level in public health restrictions - My Stratford Now

Your Local News Network serving London, Windsor, Chatham, Sarnia and Midwestern OntarioParts of Southwestern Ontario will see more restrictions, while parts of the GTA go into lockdown

BlackburnNews.com - Province tightens restrictions as COVID-19 cases rise

Toronto and Peel regions will enter lockdown-level restrictions, Ontario Premier Doug Ford announced Friday, given the “alarming” rate of COVID-19 transmission…

COVID-19: Toronto and Peel regions face lockdown restrictions; Canada is 'not on a good trajectory,' Tam says | Ottawa Citizen

COVID-19: Toronto and Peel regions face lockdown restrictions; Canada is 'not on a good trajectory,' Tam says | Ottawa Citizen

Ontario is reporting 1,418 new cases of COVID-19 Friday, along with eight new deaths related to the virus.

Ontario reports 1,418 new COVID-19 cases as public health orders extended | Toronto Sun

Ontario reports 1,418 new COVID-19 cases as public health orders extended | Toronto Sun

Ontario and Peel Region are both reporting an increase in daily COVID-19 cases on Friday with more than 1400 for the province.Ontario and Peel Region are both reporting an increase in daily COVID-19 cases on Friday with more than 1400 for the province.

Ontario surpasses 100,000 COVID-19 cases, Peel Region reporting increase in infections - 680 NEWS

Ontario Newsroom | Salle de presse de l'Ontario

The province has 150 COVID-19 patients in intensive care units.The province has 150 COVID-19 patients in intensive care units.

Ontario May Need To Cancel Surgeries As It Crosses Key COVID-19 Threshold | HuffPost Canada

Premier Doug Ford announced today he is moving Peel and Toronto into lockdown on Monday. Premier Doug Ford announced today he is moving Peel and Toronto into lockdown on Monday.

Peel and Toronto Moving Into Lockdown on Monday - 104.7 Heart FM

TORONTO — Ontario is moving the COVID-19 hot spots of Toronto and Peel Region into lock down starting Monday. Schools and child care centres will remain open and according to Health Minister Christine Elliott “most construction can continue” though no fuTORONTO — Ontario is moving the COVID-19 hot spots of Toronto and Peel Region into lock down starting Monday. Schools and child care centres will remain open and according to Health Minister Christine Elliott “most construction can continue” though no further details were released as of press time Friday afternoon. Premier Doug Ford said earlier […]

BREAKING: ‘Most construction can continue’ as Ontario moves Toronto, Peel Region into lockdown - constructconnect.com