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<b>ONTARIO:</b> SickKids doctors expect safe return to school in September

ONTARIO: SickKids doctors expect safe return to school in September

SickKids says it has worked closely with Ontario's Ministry of Education to provide guidance on how to safely reopen schools
<b>LIVE:</b> Premier Doug Ford holds press conference at 1 p.m.

LIVE: Premier Doug Ford holds press conference at 1 p.m.

Ford will be joined by Health Minister Christine Elliott
<b>CANADA:</b> National parks to open campgrounds for existing reservations next week

CANADA: National parks to open campgrounds for existing reservations next week

Parks Canada said Canadians who want to book a campsite at a national park should check the reservation website regularly for updates as additional sites will open up in the coming weeks
<b>WATCH:</b> Feds to release long-awaited snapshot of federal finances in July

WATCH: Feds to release long-awaited snapshot of federal finances in July

The budget was supposed to be presented back in March
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Four-year-old child drives SUV into several stop signs in Toronto parking lot

ONTARIO: Four-year-old child drives SUV into several stop signs in Toronto parking lot

Police say the child climbed into the driver's seat of the vehicle and began driving
<b>ONTARIO:</b> $500 million to be spent by province to hire corrections staff, upgrade facilities

ONTARIO: $500 million to be spent by province to hire corrections staff, upgrade facilities

The province will hire 500 new staff while modernizing facilities to reduce overcrowding, Solicitor General Sylvia Jones said
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Drivers see average of $150 savings; minister says more should be done

ONTARIO: Drivers see average of $150 savings; minister says more should be done

The Financial Services Regulatory Authority says the $685 million in relief amounts to about five per cent of the total annual premiums Ontario drivers pay
<b>COVID-19:</b> Most Canadians expect to continue working from home post-pandemic, study finds

COVID-19: Most Canadians expect to continue working from home post-pandemic, study finds

While there are benefits to working from home, such as greater flexibility, it isn't for everyone
<b>WORLD:</b> Historic, physically-distant vote at UN determines Canada's Security Council bid

WORLD: Historic, physically-distant vote at UN determines Canada's Security Council bid

Foreign Affairs Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne, who travelled by car to New York City on the weekend, will cast Canada's vote around mid-day
<b>COVID-19:</b> How to help high school seniors cope with milestones missed

COVID-19: How to help high school seniors cope with milestones missed

In addition to losing prom, graduation, or sports championships, in many cases, students will be missing fall in-person classes at college or university