Prime Minister Trudeau announced support for students serving their communities and
opportunities to gain paid work experience
 Today marks the launch of the Canada Student Service Grant (CSSG), providing one-time payments between $1,000 and $5,000 to post-secondary students and recent graduates based on the number completed volunteer hours in the community from now until October 31, 2020
 These opportunities are available by visiting the recently launched I Want to Help platform
 The Federal government is also helping young Canadians find paid work placements by:
o Investing $186 million in the Student Work Placement Program to help more post-
secondary students get paid work experience related to their field of study; funding is in
addition to the $80 million announced on April 22, 2020
o Creating 10,000 new job placements for youth ages 15 to 30 through the Canada
Summer Jobs program, an investment of $60 million
o Investing $40 million to create 5,000 new internships through Mitacs for college and
university students with small and medium-sized businesses
o Providing $40 million in funding to the Digital Skills for Youth (DS4Y) to help post-
secondary students gain professional work experience
o Creating over 3,500 new job placements and internships through the Youth Employment
and Skills Strategy; additional funding of $34 million will support programs serving high-
demand sectors


Premier Ford began his announcement by saying many young people are struggling and
deserve opportunities for success
 Discussed the previous launch of the Premier’s Council of Equality and Opportunity to tear down the barriers of young people reaching their full potential
 Investing more than $13 million through the Youth Opportunities Fund to support 43 youth driven community projects


· The small uptick in the daily COVID-19 numbers experienced earlier this week appears to be dropping with fewer than 10 cases today

· Dr. Kurji has expressed this uptick is not reflective of the Stage 2 re-opening but will continue to monitor closely

· York Region has reported its first positive case of COVID-19 in a migrant worker

· York Region Paramedic Services indicate call volume is beginning to increase back to pre-COVID-19 numbers

· York Region Transit to launch its first electric bus in the Town of Newmarket


Below is a summary of the detailed information contained in the Interactive Dashboard – Cases at // As of June 25, at 5 p.m. there are:

2,921 total confirmed cases 8 new cases* since yesterday32 confirmed cases in hospital, 12 of which are in Intensive Care341 cases among health care workers, of which 310 cases have resolved*2 new fatalities 242 total confirmed fatalities 2,355 resolved cases4 institutional outbreaks under COVID-19 protocols: 3 Long-Term Care/Retirement Homes 1 Community Care Settings 0 Hospital 0 Child Care Centre0 Emergency Housing 62 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:

Over 9.2 million total cases worldwide with cases in 216 countries, areas or territories; 479,133 related fatalities reported to WHO102,242 total cases (279 new); with 8,484 related fatalities in Canada (30 new); 65,362 resolved in Canada 34.016 total cases (189 new); with 2,641 related fatalities; 29,528 resolved in Ontario


NO new cases reported.