The Six Nations of the Grand River Elected Council plans to build and install barricades to block people who aren't part of the community from entering its territory and spreading COVID-19.
Health officials and locals deal with the mental health strain during COVID-19
Inmates at the Barton jail are one of the "incredibly vulnerable" populations identified by officials as the city continues to deal with the COVID-19 outbreak.
A secondary school in the Niagara region has its first confirmed case of COVID-19.
Staff are now expected to start reaching out to families to assess community needs and plans to launch more interactive learning, like video calls, beyond April 6 after training staff.
An 18-year-old Hamilton woman faces four charges for pretending to have the novel coronavirus to skip work.
There was more financial relief for Canadians Friday but continued uncertainty over how much longer measures to combat COVID-19 would have to be in place as the number of cases worldwide climbed past half a million.
Regina Henry, 63, was tested for COVID-19 Saturday and has been waiting to find out if she's carrying the new coronavirus ever since. She's one of thousands in the province stuck in the same situation.
Hamilton has had a total of 51 positive cases, 12 of which are now connected to community spread.
Front-line healthcare workers are bracing for a "surge" in COVID-19 patients, which could arrive at Ontario hospitals within weeks — though the exact timing, experts warn, is hard to predict. The urgency comes as the number of lab-confirmed cases across the province keeps ticking upwards, fueling ongoing questions about hospital readiness.