Prime Minister Trudeau gave his announcement from a café in Chelsea Quebec
 Began announcement by highlighting the impact of the federal emergency wage subsidy program
 Provided example of the café owner who used the wage subsidy to retain 75 employees
 As part of the $9 billion plan for students and grads to create jobs in sectors that need an extra hand
o Announced the creation of 500 green jobs and training opportunities for young people in
the energy, forestry, mining, earth sciences and clean technology sectors, ranging from
6 months to a year in length
o Internships are intended to give young people work experience and a chance to explore careers in natural resource sector
 Indicated he spoke with Premiers yesterday (14th weekly call) to discuss:
o Federal proposal of $14 billion to provide provinces and territories the ability to address
urgent needs in the next six months such as increased child care spaces, increased
testing and contact tracing and keeping people safe on the job
o Discussed the app will provide notifications of exposure to COVID-19
o Reiterated the app will first be tested in Ontario but available across
 Acknowledged Sunday is Father’s Day, reminded Canadians to follow local public health guidelines
 To all the dad’s “Happy Father’s Day”


Premier Doug Ford began announcement by stating returning to school is top of mind for many
 Province will empower school boards to make decisions based on their communities
 Have worked with CMOH, Command Table and experts at SickKids to develop guidelines to help school re-open in the fall
 Today rolling out the plan to have kids return to school
 Working with each school board through the summer
 Options include:
o Regular in-class learning with public health protocols in place
o At home learning
o Or mix of both, with in-class sessions capped at 15 students with students attending on alternate days or weeks
 School boards will have flexibility to choose what works for their communities, students and staff
 Parents also have a choice; if you’re worried, at-home learning will continue to be an option for students


· As York Region enters Stage 2 today, information on what to expect and how to stay safe in the next phase was shared on Facebook and Twitter

· $100 million class-action suit launched against owners of Newmarket’s Mackenzie Place, Eagle Terrace

· Type A blood linked to higher COVID-19 risk

· York Region shares guidance for celebrating dad safely on Father’s Day this Sunday

· Dr. Kurji reminds residents public health measures are still important in Stage 2

· A new interactive dashboard on under the Recovery Measures tab has been added; here you will find virus spread and containment data, specifically the:

o 7-day average of new cases in the community

o Total new institutional outbreaks in the last 7 days

o Total active institutional outbreaks in the last 7 days

o Percentage of new cases with an unknown source of infection

o 7-day media reproductive number (which measures virus spread)


Below is a summary of the detailed information contained in the Interactive Dashboard – Cases at as of June 19, at 5 p.m. there are:

· 18 new cases* since yesterday

· 41 confirmed cases in hospital, 15 of which are in Intensive Care

· 334 cases among health care workers, of which 304 cases have resolved*

· 1 new fatality

· 236 total confirmed fatalities

· 2,262 resolved cases

· 6 institutional outbreaks under COVID-19 protocols:

o 4 Long-Term Care/Retirement Homes

o 2 Community Care Settings

o 0 Hospital

o 0 Child Care Centre

o 0 Emergency Housing

· 59 institutional outbreaks declared over

*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.

All dashboard data, including workplace outbreaks, 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.


As of this morning, there are:

33,095 total cases (178 new); with 2,564 related fatalities; 28,250 resolved in Ontario 100,220 total cases (367 new); with 8,300 related fatalities in Canada (46 new); 62,496 resolved in CanadaOver 8.38 million total cases worldwide with cases in 216 countries, areas or territories; 450,686 related fatalities reported to WHO


No new cases reported.