The Province announced new measures to protect Ontario drivers by extending the validation period of government driver licenses, vehicle, carrier products and services until further notice.
The Province Announces New Measures For Drivers In Ontario Amid COVID-19
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Publicly Funded Schools in Ontario Will Remain Closed to Students Until May 4th
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