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Premier Doug Ford moved swiftly to shutter a larger swath of Ontario's economy on Friday in the wake of bleak projections about the death toll of the COVID-19 pandemic
“I believe it will take years to build our passenger numbers back to 2019 levels,” YOW's chief told reporters, adding later: “I hope I’m wrong.” 
The COVID-19 pandemic appears to be slowing activity in Ottawa’s housing market, which seemed primed to continue surging in the first few months of the year
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