Some criminal and family trials resuming in Owen Sound

Owen Sound courthouse file photo. Scott Dunn/The Owen Sound Sun Times/Postmedia Network In-person, public criminal trials and preliminary inquires will resume in Owen Sound Monday in the Ontario Court of Justice after months of audio appearances and adjournments due to COVID-19. There will Plexiglas barriers, more cleaning and signs to …

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Welcome to cohort quarantine with the Vancouver Canucks

Vancouver Canucks training camp is scheduled to start July 10. In this strange time of COVID-19, self-isolation is a necessary thing. The Canadian government’s mandate is anyone arriving from abroad must self-isolate for 14 days. If someone is infected with the virus that causes COVID-19, most will show symptoms well …

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Advocates say new bill gives an unfair advantage to landlords over tenants

TORONTO — Ontario tenants’ rights advocates are voicing concerns over a new bill they say will make it easier for landlords to obtain evictions once the COVID-19 crisis eases. Several advocacy groups say Bill 184, also known as the Protecting Tenants and Strengthening Community Housing Act, would provide a number of new avenues for landlords …

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