Despite Worrisome Climb in COVID-19 Cases, Ontario and Quebec Still Reopening
The only way reopening will work is if provinces drastically ramp up coronavirus testing and track down sources of exposure, experts say. Otherwise, a second wave is "inevitable."
Ontario Cops Can See Who’s Tested Positive for COVID-19, Rights Group Warns
The Canadian Civil Liberties Association called police access to coronavirus data an "extreme invasion of privacy," and are now asking the Ontario solicitor general to justify the move.
The Case for Race-Based Sentencing
In a case that could change how judges punish Black people, Ontario's top court will soon decide how much systemic racism should be taken into account when sentencing.