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Plans are being made across the country for how to safely send students back to school in the fall as the COVID-19 pandemic continues.
Here is a look at what the various provinces have said about getting kids back to classes.
MONTREAL - Quebec is reporting 122 new cases of COVID-19 and one additional death in the past 24 hours.
The province has now recorded 59,131 total cases of the novel coronavirus and 5,673 deaths.
The number of hospitalizations increased by 18 for a total of 208, and 18 of those patients are in intensive care, an increase of nine from the previous day.
TORONTO - Ontario Premier Doug Ford declined to say Wednesday whether the province's newly launched commission into the effects of COVID-19 on the long-term care system would be empowered to make binding recommendations, prompting critics to question the value of the initiative.
MONTREAL - Quebec authorities said Monday the COVID-19 pandemic in the province remains largely under control, but described what they said was a worrying increase of infections among teens and young adults.
TORONTO - Ontario municipalities will receive up to $4 billion in funding to help cover the costs incurred due to the COVID-19 pandemic, with up to half earmarked for public transit, the province said Monday.
Premier Doug Ford said the money, provided in partnership with the federal government, will be doled out in the coming months.
VANCOUVER - The British Columbia government has paused legislation aimed at detaining youth under 19 in care after they overdose but the representative for children and youth joined advocates calling on the province to withdraw it altogether.
OTTAWA - Members of the House of Commons finance committee will meet this afternoon to figure out the details of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's planned testimony.
TORONTO - A former Progressive Conservative legislator ousted from the party caucus for voting against a sweeping new law that extends pandemic emergency orders said she opposed the measure because it gives Premier Doug Ford's government too much power.
TORONTO — The Ontario government is providing the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) with $110,000 from the Ontario Together Fund to deliver online tools and resources that will support Indigenous businesses as the province implements its made-in-Ontario plan for renewal, growth, and economic recovery.