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Douglas Robert Ford (born November 20, 1964) is a Canadian businessman and politician serving as the 26th premier of Ontario since June 29, 2018. He represents the riding of Etobicoke North. With his brother Randy, Ford co-owns Deco Labels and Tags, a printing business operating in Canada and the United States that was founded by their father, Doug Ford Sr., who served as a Member of Provincial Parliament from 1995 to 1999. Ford was Toronto City Councillor for Ward 2 Etobicoke North from 2010 to 2014 at the same time that his brother, Rob Ford, was Mayor of Toronto. Ford ran for the 2014 Toronto mayoral election, where he placed second behind John Tory. In 2018, Ford won the party leadership election of the Ontario Progressive Conservative Party and led the Tories to a majority win in the 2018 Ontario general election.

Ontario Premier Doug Ford confident in NHL’s pandemic plan for hub cities

Toronto this summer, Ontario’s premier is defending his province’s decision to try to host the league in the midst of a pandemic.Doug Ford says he’s comfortable with the NHL’s plan, despite the fact British Columbia expressed some reservations about health procedures that ultimately led to Vancouver dropping out of hub-city contention.Multiple media outlets have reported Toronto and Edmonton are the league’s choices for hub cities during a 24-team resumption of play slated to start later this summer.The league hopes to start training camps in the 24 cities next week.Seven American cities and three Canadian cities started as candidates to be hub cities, but the recent surge of COVID-19 cases in the United States made an all-Canadian return

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coronavirus pandemic.The province is enforcing emergency orders under the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act due to the outbreak.The government said the extension was made to ensure the public health and safety of all Ontarians as more businesses reopen and people go back to work. It also allows public health units to redeploy staff, or hire staff, to support case management and contact tracing for the virus, the government said in a news release issued on Thursday.All of Ontario is now in Stage 2 of the province’s reopening plan.
COVID-19 pandemic in the United States “poorly controlled” echoing statements made by Ontario Premier Doug Ford at the end of June.“I’m so proud of the people of Ontario versus that of the south of the border where they go hog wild and don’t care about anything,” said Ford. Premier John Horgan skirts issue of restricting American’s access to B.C.

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