The province says that 404 new COVID-19 cases have been confirmed in Ontario and that over 2,100 residents have died of the virus, with 1,323 deaths occurring in long-term care homes. 
At a May 25 press conference, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said that the federal government is currently in talks with the provinces to guarantee 10 days of paid sick leave for all workers in Cana
Everyone knows that the last couple of months have been extremely hard on business owners, many of whom have had to shut their doors, lay off staff, and wonder if they'll even have enough support t
Believe it or not, a heat warning is in effect for Halton, Peel and Hamilton (Mississauga, Brampton, Caledon, Burlington, Oakville, Milton, Halton Hills, and Hamilton). 
OTTAWA -- The federal government should use the COVID-19 pandemic to reverse a brain drain of top tech talent south of the border, a House of Commons committee heard Monday, alongside warnings
TORONTO -- Ontario is extending a line of credit of up to $500 million to its lottery and gaming agency.
In order to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, many companies have had to layoff employees, and many Canadians are out of work. 
Police are warning residents to be cautious after responding to four potentially drug-related deaths in Brampton and Mississauga in a 24-hour period. 
This weekend will probably be a little different for families, as they'll be forced to celebrate Mother's Day from afar.
If you've been going crazy trying to entertain yourself during quarantine, and you've seen everything the major streaming services have to offer, you might be looking for another way to pass the ti
It seems like everything fun to do has been cancelled due to the pandemic--for people who live alone, even getting together with friends and playing board games is out of the question.
One of the more difficult side effects of the pandemic is the impact it has had on live music events.

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The pandemic has had far-reaching effects on almost every aspect of our lives — including food and business — and Insauga has been reaching out to restaurant owners to see how they’re changing up
Now that the Province has permitted certain businesses to reopen, several companies part of Loblaw Companies Limited, including Loblaws, Shoppers Drug Mart, Real Canadian Superstore will begin rein
Although Ontario is slowly reopening, the COVID-19 crisis is far from over and local businesses and celebrities are still working to give back to first responders and residents in need. 
At a time when new restaurants are refraining from opening their doors (and for good reason), one food company is still working to bring a new source of pizza to the masses. 
While most people are hyper-focused on the coronavirus spread and the severe impact it's having on life around the world, there are actually a few things to look forward to (and that we should look
If you often find yourself with a hankering for Taiwanese desserts, we have good news for you. 
If you plan on tying the knot soon—or just want another reason to spend some time in The Food District in Square One—you might be happy to hear that a two-week wedding series is coming to the new
One of Mississauga’s most popular—and iconic—ice cream shops is suspending its drive-thru and curbside pickup service after facing difficulty enforcing safety rules over the Victoria Day long wee
If you’re a fan of singing competitions, you might be excited to hear that a Mississauga musician and his family could make it to the finals of the
Every culture has its own unique cuisine, and few dishes are more famous—and beloved—than Japanese dishes.
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has been having far-reaching impacts on almost every aspect of our lives, and the financial impact is one of the most prominent.
Car rental company Hertz is filing for bankruptcy, citing the sudden and dramatic impact of COVID-19 on travel demand.
The pandemic has had far-reaching effects on almost every aspect of our lives — including food and business — and Insauga has been reaching out to restaurant owners to see how they’re changing up
Having the Provincial Government control when businesses and schools in cities throughout all of Ontario can open and close at the same time may not be the best response to the pandemic.
Now that the number of COVID-19 cases have been declining, many Provinces have begun to reopen certain businesses.
Are you still looking to buy or sell a house (or both) this year? 
With so much uncertainty surrounding the pandemic, many Canadians are wondering if now is the right time to purchase a house.
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has been having far-reaching impacts on almost every aspect of our lives, and the financial impact is one of the most prominent.
This Place: This simple, semi-detached family home offers a full basement apartment and is priced at under $1 million
Erin Mills Town Centre premiered their new glass sphere a few years ago, and it’s officially the new centrepiece of the mall.
Over the years, the GO train has become a primary means of transportation for many people in Mississauga and beyond.
Always a safe haven from lake storms, the harbour proper began when the Port Credit Harbour Company was founded in 1834.
If you took a helicopter ride in the early 70’s around Mississauga’s City Centre, Cooksville and Square One areas and took pictures this is what you would have seen.
Now that some businesses are reopening, and certain activities are resuming, it’s starting to feel like we’re nearing the end of the pandemic. 
Uber is implementing new safety measures in order to ensure they can safely return to serving the public, and help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
TORONTO -- Rideshare and cab companies operating in Canada are retooling their apps and services to help stop the spread of COVID-19 as the economy reopens.
Due to the pandemic, many Canadians have been out of work, which has caused them to be unable to pay their bills.