Prime Minister Justin Trudeau began announcement acknowledging the violence against black Canadians and Indigenous people and what that means for a path forward as a country
 Mentioned attendance at a rally on Parliament Hill on Friday to listen to what community leaders and black Canadians are calling for Acknowledged the reality is many people in this country don’t feel protected by police, in fact they are afraid of them
 “That alone would be bad enough, but systemic discrimination and racism goes much further than policing”, acknowledged it’s about “poverty and mental health and that all too often people treated like criminals instead of receiving support they need”
 As governments and leaders recognized the importance of working together to recognize these problems are tied to economic inequality and racialization of poverty
 Reiterated supports and changes already made:
o Investments in mental health resources and youth programs for black Canadians
o Closing gaps and services for Indigenous communities
o Funding for Statistics Canada to create a gender, diversity and inclusion statics hub
o Created an Anti-Racism strategy 2019-2022 and Anti-Racism Secretariat
o Provided support for Black Health Alliance and new schools for Indigenous students
 Acknowledged these steps are not enough and doesn’t solve systematic racism, more needs to be done now
 Spoke with RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki this morning and indicated one of the things discussed was the adoption of body cameras
o Indicated will bring forward the discussion of body cameras with provinces this week to
move forward as quickly as possible
 Reiterated Friday’s announcement of $14 billion towards a safe restart agreement with
provinces and territories
o Indicated working with premiers on what restart could look like in coming months,
acknowledged money is for things like PPE for business and hospitals, transit, child care
and option to take time off if you get sick
 Indicated the federal government will now allow close family members separated by temporary COVID-19 travel restrictions to enter the country, measure comes into effect tonight at midnight
o Stressed the 14-day quarantine will be mandatory


The Premier began his address by announcing the province is moving forward with a regional approach to re-opening and many regions will be able to move to Stage 2 of the province’s economic re-opening plan
 For everyone in Ontario, effective Friday, June 12 at 12:01 a.m.:
o The limit on social gatherings will increase from 5 to 10 people
o Places of worship will be able to re-open with physical distancing in place and a
maximum attendance of 30% of the building capacity
 Effective Friday, areas outside of the Greater Toronto Hamilton Area can move to Stage 2
 Businesses and services permitted to re-open (with proper health and safety measures in place)
in regions entering Stage 2 include:
o Outdoor dine-in services at restaurants, bars and other establishments, including patios,
curbside, parking lots and adjacent properties
o Select personal and personal care services with the proper health and safety measures
in place, including tattoo parlours, barber shops, hair salons and beauty salons
o Shopping malls under existing restrictions, including food services re-opening for take-
out and outdoor dining only
o Tour and guide services, such as bike and walking, bus and boat tours, as well as
tasting and tours for wineries, breweries and distilleries
o Water recreational facilities such as outdoor splash pads and wading pools, and all
swimming pools
o Beach access and additional camping at Ontario Parks
o Camping at private campgrounds
o Outdoor-only recreational facilities and training for outdoor team sports, with limits to enable physical distancing
o Drive-in and drive-through venues for theatres, concerts,
animal attractions and cultural appreciation (art installations)
o Film and television production activities, with limits to enable physical distancing
o Weddings and funerals, with limits on social gatherings to 10 people
 The province is also proposing temporarily banning commercial evictions for those who qualify for the Commercial Rent Relief Program; if passed the ban will temporarily reverse evictions that occurred on or after June 3, and temporarily halt evictions until August 31, 2020


· Chairman Emmerson issues a statement on standing together in support of diversity and equality

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Two students from Schomberg Public School spread kindness in the Schomberg community by thanking local farmers as they drove by on their tractors

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Below is a summary of the detailed information contained in the Interactive Dashboard – Cases at //

2,650 total confirmed cases 22 new cases* since yesterday52 confirmed cases in hospital, 18 of which are in Intensive Care327 cases among health care workers, of which 283 cases have resolved*2 new fatalities222 total confirmed fatalities 1,978 resolved cases12 institutional outbreaks under COVID-19 protocols: 4 Long-Term Care/Retirement Homes 8 Community Care Settings 0 Hospital 0 Child Care Centre0 Emergency Housing 53 institutional outbreaks declared over Participation House – Butternut; Markham

*Data quality is an ongoing process and may result in the more/less cases reported on a day-over-day basis or other changes to how cases are classified (e.g., municipality, acquisition, etc.). These data quality activities have also resulted in the re-categorization of individuals. Data quality activities do not increase or decrease total case counts.

NEW: All dashboard data, including case demographics and institutional outbreaks (including the number of resident and health care worker positive cases) can be found by clicking on the “COVID-19 in York Region” box, or for quick reference, is available here. The data can still be filtered by municipality.

30,860 total cases (24,492 resolved); with 2,450 related fatalities in Ontario 95,699 total cases (642 increase in last 24 hours); with 7,800 related fatalities in Canada (27 new in the last 24 hours)

· Over 6.9 million total cases worldwide with cases in 216 countries, areas or territories; 400,857 related fatalities reported to WHO


1 new case reported today brings our total to 35 cases in King