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This week the Conservative government introduced legislation to address its greatest crisis to date: the tainted drinking water that killed seven people and left more than 2,000 ill in Walkerton. The legislation will create new standards for treating and testing the water we pour from our taps. But critics say the job is only half done: that the Conservatives are stalling when it comes to protecting our water at its source.
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A six-week stay-at-home order and high rates of vaccination are the only ways to flatten Ontario’s current pandemic curve — that and more in the latest modelling briefing.

TVO.org speaks with Sabrina Craig, of Vaccine Hunters Canada, about why a group of Torontonians came together to gather, share, and spread information.
 The latest coronavirus updates from across the province. 
Many Ontarians have questions about how the province decided on its priority areas. Public-health units do, too.
OPINION: Ontario seems to be doing worse than the worst-case scenarios. We need to get doses out to as many willing people as possible.
The latest coronavirus updates from across the province.

ANALYSIS: The TTC helps Toronto’s economy more than you might think. And remote work could undo those benefits.

The latest coronavirus updates from across the province.

It wasn’t as deadly as Attica, which also happened 50 years ago. But the bloody Ontario prison riot took its share of lives.