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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’s new COVID-19 restrictions have science ‘absolutely upside-down,’ experts say

COVID-19 restrictions Friday, saying that Premier Doug Ford has the science behind his soon-to-be-enacted measures “absolutely upside-down.”University of Toronto professor Dr. David Fisman expressed his frustration in an interview with Global News shortly after the premier’s press conference, where he announced more COVID-19 restrictions aimed at slowing down the record-setting spread of new cases in the province.“The reason it’s so frustrating to hear stuff like this is he’s got the science absolutely upside-down,” he said.

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COVID-19 restrictions Friday, saying that Premier Doug Ford has the science behind his soon-to-be-enacted measures “absolutely upside-down.”University of Toronto professor Dr. David Fisman expressed his frustration in an interview with Global News shortly after the premier’s press conference, where he announced more COVID-19 restrictions aimed at slowing down the record-setting spread of new cases in the province.“The reason it’s so frustrating to hear stuff like this is he’s got the science absolutely upside-down,” he said.
COVID-19 orders, community members, advocates and opposition politicians are raising concerns about the authority being given to randomly stop residents and demand identification.Premier Doug Ford and members of his cabinet unveiled several measures that they said were in an effort to combat record-high COVID-19 cases and the vast spread of variants of concern.The latest restrictions will see distribution centres, warehouses and manufacturing plants remain open while outdoor gatherings will be restricted to members of the same household. However, people who live alone can join another household.Also, all recreational facilities such as sports fields, playgrounds and golf courses will be closed.

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