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<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> Conversion therapy survivor offers personal insight on Canada's proposed ban

BEYOND LOCAL: Conversion therapy survivor offers personal insight on Canada's proposed ban

The social pressures to be ‘straight’ and ‘cis’ can be overwhelming for LGBTQ+ people, especially youth
CBSA ‘looking into circumstances’ of Markham woman who died of COVID-19 hours after landing in Toronto

CBSA ‘looking into circumstances’ of Markham woman who died of COVID-19 hours after landing in Toronto

Canada’s border agency is investigating how a woman infected with COVID-19 was able to fly to Toronto's Pearson International Airport from the United States, only to die within hours.
'Prayers are working,' says mother whose daughter is fighting COVID-19 at Southlake

'Prayers are working,' says mother whose daughter is fighting COVID-19 at Southlake

'Hopefully people start taking social distancing seriously,' says Marvie Alday, whose daughter has been in the Newmarket hospital since March 17
<b> UPDATE: </b> COVID-19 cases in York Region reach 63

UPDATE: COVID-19 cases in York Region reach 63

10 new cases confirmed March 23 in Vaughan, Markham and Whitchurch-Stouffville, the majority of which may be local transmission or community spread
Province's non-essential closure order sparks line-ups across Newmarket

Province's non-essential closure order sparks line-ups across Newmarket

Some 'essential' buying was evident this afternoon, even though grocery stores and the LCBO are not included in tomorrow's mandatory closure
Local transmission COVID-19 case prompts York Region to declare state of emergency

Local transmission COVID-19 case prompts York Region to declare state of emergency

Services essential to residents will continue, York Region chairman says
Southlake needs donations of masks, goggles, gowns in COVID-19 battle

Southlake needs donations of masks, goggles, gowns in COVID-19 battle

The Newmarket hospital is asking dentists, veterinarians and other health professionals, as well as construction companies and other industries, to help meet the unprecedented demand for personal protective equipment
BREAKING: Premier doesn't think students will go back to school on April 6

BREAKING: Premier doesn't think students will go back to school on April 6

Ford made the statement during a press conference this afternoon
<b>BREAKING:</b> All non-essential workplaces ordered to close effective tomorrow at midnight

BREAKING: All non-essential workplaces ordered to close effective tomorrow at midnight

Measures to last for 14 days
Newmarket family spreads positivity and new soapy song during COVID-19 threat

Newmarket family spreads positivity and new soapy song during COVID-19 threat

A Million Little Things Matter, says Quaker Hill grandmother who launched Facebook group to lift neighbourhood spirits