The number of COVID-19 cases in Canada has grown to 313, as Ontario reported 39 new ones Sunday.
Government figures suggest the majority of the cases are concentrated in southern Ontario.
The total number of cases in the province currently stands at 142, with five classified as resolved.
The news marks the biggest one-day jump in new cases Canada has seen. As of Sunday morning, B.C. has the next highest number of cases at 73, with Alberta at 39 and Quebec at 24.
More to come.