Doug Ford

New measures include reducing capacity limits in essential retail stores and shutting down non-essential construction sites.
Mark Kaluski says the province needs to crack down on big-box retailers such as Costco and Walmart if it really wants to get the virus under control.  
The new measures include limiting the number of people in eating and drinking establishments to 100, with a maximum of six patrons allowed per table.
Ottawa reported 25 new cases of the novel coronavirus on Tuesday.
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
Ottawa tech CEOs are joining their counterparts across the province in calling on the Ontario government for immediate relief to maintain the sectors’ operations through the COVID-19 disruptions
All Ontario businesses deemed non-essential have been ordered to close Tuesday night as part of escalating government measures meant to curb the spread of COVID-19
Ontario Premier Doug Ford is ordering the closure of all non-essential businesses in the province to help deal with the spread of COVID-19
The Ontario government announced Sunday that it was drafting legislation to ban employers from requiring sick notes for those in self-isolation or quarantine
Ontario Premier Doug Ford made an appearance at this year's Christmas Cheer Breakfast, which was narrowly saved from cancellation thanks to MPP Lisa MacLeod