Day: March 24, 2020

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By The Wall of Law March 24, 2020 Off

What’s considered essential? The services and workplaces that can stay open

The closure of all non-essential businesses in Ontario to help curb the spread of COVID-19 will take effect at midnight tonight.

Premier Doug Ford made the announcement Monday afternoon about a week after declaring a state of emergency in the province.

The order will come into effect on March 24 at 11:59 p.m. and will remain in place for at least two weeks.

This is a list of essential services and workplaces provided by the government:

Supply chains

1. Businesses that supply other essential businesses or essential services with the support, supplies, systems or services, including processing, packaging, distribution, delivery and maintenance necessary to operate;

Retail and Wholesaling

2. Businesses engaged in the retail and wholesale sale of food, pet food and supplies, and household consumer products necessary to maintain the safety, sanitation and essential operations of residences and businesses, including grocery stores, supermarkets, convenience stores, markets and other similar retailers;

3. Businesses that provide essential items for the health and welfare of animals, including feed, animal food, pet food and animal supplies including bedding;

4. Beer, wine and liquor stores and alcohol producers, and stores that sell beer and wine through arrangements with authorized providers; cannabis stores and cannabis producers;

5. Gas stations, diesel, propane and heating fuel providers including providers of motor vehicle, aircraft and water/marine craft fuels;

6. Motor vehicle, auto-supply, auto and motor-vehicle-repair, including bicycle repair, aircraft repair, heavy equipment repair, watercraft/marine craft repairs, car and truck dealerships and related facilities;

7. Hardware stores and stores that provide hardware products necessary to the essential operations of residences and businesses;

8. Business providing pharmaceuticals and pharmaceutical services, including pharmacies and dispensaries;

9. Businesses that supply office products and services, including providing computer products and related repair and maintenance services, for individuals working from home and for essential businesses;

10. Safety supply stores (for e.g. work clothes, Personal Protective Equipment);

Food Services and Accommodations

11. Restaurants and other food facilitiesthat prepare and serve food, but only for delivery or takeaway, together with food delivery services;

12. Hotels, motels, shared rental units and similar facilities, including student residences;

Institutional, Residential, Commercial and Industrial Maintenance

13. Businesses that provide support and maintenance services, including urgent repair, to maintain the safety, security, sanitation and essential operation of institutional, commercial industrial and residential properties and buildings, including, property management services,plumbers, electricians, custodial/janitorial workers, cleaning services, , security services, fire safety and sprinkler systems, building systems maintenance and repair technicians and engineers, mechanics, (e.g. HVAC, escalator and elevator technicians), and other service providers who provide similar services

Telecommunications and IT Infrastructure/Service Providers

14. Businesses engaged in providing or supporting Information Technology (IT) including online services, software products and related services, as well as the technical facilities such as data centres and other network facilities necessary for their operation and delivery;

15. Businesses providing telecommunications services (phone, internet, radio, cell phones etc) as well as support facilities such as call centres necessary for their operation and delivery;

Transportation

16. Taxis and other private transportation providers providing transportation services necessary for activities of daily living;

17. Businesses and facilities that provide transportation services to businesses and individuals including by air, water, road, and rail including providing logistical support, distribution services, warehousing and storage, including truck stops and tow operators;

18. Businesses that provide materials and services for the operation, maintenance and safety of transportation systems (road, transit, rail, air and marine) including delivery of maintenance services such as clearing snow, response to collisions, and completing needed repairs to the transportation systems.

Manufacturing and Production

19. Businesses that extract, manufacture, process and distribute goods, products, equipment and materials, including businesses that manufacture inputs to other manufacturers (e.g. primary metal/ steel, blow molding, component manufacturers, chemicals, etc. that feed the end-product manufacturer);

20. Businesses, facilities and services that support and facilitate the two- way movement of essential goods within integrated North American and Global supply chains.

Agriculture and food production

21. Businesses that farm, harvest, process, manufacture, produce or distribute food, including beverages, crops, animal products and by-products, aquaculture, hunting and fishing;

22. Businesses that support the food supply chain including assembly yards, livestock auctions, food distribution hubs, feed mills, farm equipment suppliers, feed suppliers, food terminals and warehouses, animal slaughter plants and grain elevators;

23. Business that support the safety of food including animal and plant health and animal welfare;

24. Businesses that provide veterinary services, and that supply veterinary and animal control medications and related supplies and testing kits;

25. Businesses that help to ensure safe and effective waste management including deadstock, rendering, nutrient management, bio hazardous materials, green waste, packaging recycling;

Construction

26. Construction projects and services associated with the healthcare sector, including new facilities, expansions, renovations and conversion of spaces that could be repurposed for health care space;

27. Construction projects and services required to ensure safe and reliable operations of critical provincial infrastructure, including transit, transportation, energy and justice sectors beyond the day-to-day maintenance;

28. Construction work and services, including demolition services, in the industrial, commercial, institutional and residential sectors;

29. Construction work and services that supports health and safety environmental rehabilitation projects

Financial activities

30. Capital markets (e.g., the TSX);

31. Banking & Activities related to Credit Intermediation; credit unions;

32. Insurance;

33. Businesses that provide pension services and employee benefits services;

34. Businesses that provide financial services including payment processing, the payroll division of any employer (as defined by the Employment Standards Act/Occupational Health and Safety Act), any entity whose operation is the administration of payroll, banks and credit unions;

Resources

35. Businesses that ensure global continuity of supply of mining materials and products (e.g. metals such as copper, nickel and gold) and that support supply chains in Northern Ontario including;

a. Mining operations, production and processing; 

b. Mineral exploration and development;

c. Mining Supply and Services that ssupport supply chains in the mining industry including maintenance of operations, health and safety. 

36. Businesses that provide chemicals and gases to support the natural resource sector analytical labs and drinking water and wastewater sectors and other essential businesses;

37. Businesses that ensure global continuity of supply of forestry products (e.g. lumber, pulp, paper, wood fuel, etc.);

38. Businesses that ensure global continuity of supply of aggregates to support critical infrastructure repairs and emergency response requirements (e.g. sandbags, armour stone barriers, etc.);

39. Businesses that ensure global continuity of supply of petroleum and petroleum by-products;

Environmental Services

40. Businesses that support environmental management/monitoring and spill clean-up and response, including environmental consulting firms, professional engineers and geoscientists, septics haulers, well drillers, pesticides applicators and exterminators, management of industrial sewage/effluent (eg for mining operations), and environmental laboratories;

Utilities and Community Services

41. Utilities, and Businesses that support the provision of utilities and community services, including by providing products, materials and services needed for the delivery of utilities and community services:

a. Waste Collection, Waste/ Sewage Treatment and Disposal, operation of landfills, and Hazardous Waste Disposal;

b. Potable drinking water;

c. Electricity Generation, transmission, distribution and storage;

d. Natural Gas distribution, transmission and storage,

e. Road construction and maintenance;

f. police, fire, emergency services including coroner services and pathology services ;

g. corrections and courts services;

h. other government services including licenses and permits;

42. Businesses engaged in or supporting the operation, maintenance and repair of critical infrastructure (railways, dams, bridges, highways, erosion control structures, etc.);

Communications Industries

43. Newspaper publishers;

44. Radio & Television Broadcasting;

45. Telecommunications providers;

Research

46. Businesses and organizations that maintain research facilities and engage in research, including medical research and other research and development activities;

47. Businesses that provide products and services that support research activities;

Health Care and Seniors Care and Social Services

48. Organizations and providers that deliver home care services;

49. Retirement homes;

50. Long-term Care Facilities;

51. Independent health facilities;

52. Laboratories and specimen collection centres;

53. Manufacturers, wholesalers, distributors and retailers of pharmaceutical products and medical supplies, including medications, medical isotopes, vaccines and antivirals; medical devices and medical supplies

54. Manufacturers, logistics and distributors of products and/or services that support the delivery of health care in all locations (including but not limited to hospitals, labs, long-term care homes, other residential health care, physicians, nurse practitioners and midwives, and home care services);

55. Businesses that provide products and/or services that support the health sector or that provide health services, including mental health and addictions and counselling supports.

56. Businesses that sell, rent or repair assistive/mobility/medical devices, aids and/or supplies.

57. Businesses that provide personal support services (many seniors and persons with disabilities, who can afford to, hire individuals to assist with the activities of daily living).

58. Health care professionals providing emergency care including dentists optometrists and physio-therapists;

59. Not-for-profit organizations that provide critical personal support services in home and also provide residential services for individuals with physical disabilities (such as the Centre for Independent Living and March of Dimes);

60. Businesses and all other organizations that support the provision of food, shelter, safety or protection, and/or social services and other necessities of life to economically disadvantaged and other vulnerable individuals, including but not limited to food banks, violence against women emergency shelters, homeless shelters, community housing, supportive housing, children’s aid societies, residential services for adults with developmental disabilities and for children, and custody and detention programs for young persons in conflict with the law;

Justice Sector

61. Professional and social services that support the legal and justice system;

Other Businesses

62. Rental and leasing services, including automobile, commercial and light industrial machinery and equipment rental;

63. Businesses providing mailing, shipping, courier and delivery services, including post office boxes;

64. Laundromats, dry cleaners and laundry service providers;

65. Professional services including lawyers and para-legals, engineers, accountants, translators;

66. Businesses providing funeral, mortician, cremation, transfer, and burial services, and any related goods and products (such as coffins and embalming fluid);

67. Land registration services, and real estate agent services and moving services;

68. Businesses providing security services including private security guards; monitoring or surveillance equipment and services;

69. Businesses providing staffing services, including temporary help;

70. Businesses that support the safe operations of residences and essential businesses;

71. Businesses that provide for the health and welfare of animals, including veterinarians, farms, boarding kennels, stables, animal shelters, zoos, aquariums, research facilities and other service providers;

72. Child care services for essential workers, and home child care services of less than six children;

73. Businesses providing cheque cashing services;

Business Regulators and Inspectors

74. Organizations, including Administrative Authorities, that regulate and inspect businesses. 

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source https://toronto.ctvnews.ca/what-s-considered-essential-the-services-and-workplaces-that-can-stay-open-1.4865668

By The Wall of Law March 24, 2020 Off

Coronavirus: Ontario releases list of essential workplaces and services

The Government of Ontario released the list of essential workplaces and services on Monday night.

Premier Doug Ford announced on Monday afternoon the shutdown of all non-essential services across the province in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19.

Here is the list provided by the government:

Supply chains

1.    Businesses that supply other essential businesses or essential services with the support, supplies, systems or services, including processing, packaging, distribution, delivery, and maintenance necessary to operate;

Retail and Wholesaling

2.    Businesses engaged in the retail and wholesale sale of food, pet food and supplies, and household consumer products necessary to maintain the safety, sanitation and essential operations of residences and businesses, including grocery stores, supermarkets, convenience stores, markets, and other similar retailers;

3.    Businesses that provide essential items for the health and welfare of animals, including feed, animal food, pet food and animal supplies including bedding;

4.    Beer, wine and liquor stores and alcohol producers, and stores that sell beer and wine through arrangements with authorized providers; cannabis stores and cannabis producers;

5.    Gas stations, diesel, propane, and heating fuel providers including providers of motor vehicle, aircraft and water/marine craft fuels;

6.    Motor vehicle, auto-supply, auto, and motor-vehicle-repair, including bicycle repair, aircraft repair, heavy equipment repair, watercraft/marine craft repairs, car and truck dealerships, and related facilities;

7.    Hardware stores and stores that provide hardware products necessary to the essential operations of residences and businesses;

8.    Business providing pharmaceuticals and pharmaceutical services, including pharmacies and dispensaries;

9.    Businesses that supply office products and services, including providing computer products and related repair and maintenance services, for individuals working from home and for essential businesses;

10. Safety supply stores (for e.g. work clothes, Personal Protective Equipment);

Food Services and Accommodations

11. Restaurants and other food facilities that prepare and serve food, but only for delivery or takeaway, together with food delivery services;

12. Hotels, motels, shared rental units and similar facilities, including student residences;

Institutional, Residential, Commercial and Industrial  Maintenance

13. Businesses that provide support and maintenance services, including urgent repair, to maintain the safety, security, sanitation and essential operation of institutional, commercial industrial and residential properties and buildings, including, property management services, plumbers, electricians, custodial/janitorial workers, cleaning services, security services, fire safety, and sprinkler systems, building systems maintenance and repair technicians and engineers, mechanics, (e.g. HVAC, escalator and elevator technicians), and other service providers who provide similar services

Telecommunications and IT Infrastructure/Service Providers

14. Businesses engaged in providing or supporting Information Technology (IT) including online services, software products and related services, as well as the technical facilities such as data centers and other network facilities necessary for their operation and delivery;

15.  Businesses providing telecommunications services (phone, internet, radio, cell phones, etc) as well as support facilities such as call centres necessary for their operation and delivery;

Transportation

16. Taxis and other private transportation providers providing transportation services necessary for activities of daily living;

17. Businesses and facilities that provide transportation services to businesses and individuals including by air, water, road, and rail including providing logistical support, distribution services, warehousing, and storage, including truck stops and tow operators;

18. Businesses that provide materials and services for the operation, maintenance and safety of transportation systems (road, transit, rail, air, and marine) including the delivery of maintenance services such as clearing snow, response to collisions, and completing needed repairs to the transportation systems.

Manufacturing and Production

19. Businesses that extract, manufacture, process and distribute goods, products, equipment, and materials, including businesses that manufacture inputs to other manufacturers (e.g. primary metal/ steel, blow molding, component manufacturers, chemicals, etc. that feed the end-product manufacturer);

20. Businesses, facilities, and services that support and facilitate the two- way movement of essential goods within integrated North American and global supply chains.

Agriculture and food production

21. Businesses that farm, harvest, process, manufacture, produce or distribute food, including beverages, crops, animal products and by-products, aquaculture, hunting, and fishing;

22. Businesses that support the food supply chain including assembly yards, livestock auctions, food distribution hubs, feed mills, farm equipment suppliers, feed suppliers, food terminals and warehouses, animal slaughter plants and grain elevators;

23. Business that support the safety of food including animal and plant health and animal welfare;

24. Businesses that provide veterinary services, and that supply veterinary and animal control medications and related supplies and testing kits;

25. Businesses that help to ensure safe and effective waste management including deadstock, rendering, nutrient management, biohazardous materials, green waste, packaging recycling;

Construction

26. Construction projects and services associated with the healthcare sector, including new facilities, expansions, renovations and conversion of spaces that could be repurposed for health care space;

27. Construction projects and services required to ensure safe and reliable operations of critical provincial infrastructure, including transit, transportation, energy and justice sectors beyond the day-to-day maintenance;

28. Construction work and services, including demolition services, in the industrial, commercial, institutional and residential sectors;

29. Construction work and services that supports health and safety environmental rehabilitation projects

Financial activities

30. Capital markets (e.g., the TSX);

31. Banking & Activities related to Credit Intermediation; credit unions;

32. Insurance;

33. Businesses that provide pension services and employee benefits services;

34. Businesses that provide financial services including payment processing, the payroll division of any employer (as defined by the Employment Standards Act/Occupational Health and Safety Act), any entity whose operation is the administration of payroll, banks and credit unions;

Resources

35. Businesses that ensure global continuity of supply of mining materials and products (e.g. metals such as copper, nickel, and gold) and that support supply chains in Northern Ontario including;

a.    Mining operations, production, and processing;

b.    Mineral exploration and development;

c.     Mining Supply and Services that support supply chains in the mining industry including maintenance of operations, health, and safety.

36. Businesses that provide chemicals and gases to support the natural resource sector analytical labs and drinking water and wastewater sectors and other essential businesses;

37. Businesses that ensure global continuity of supply of forestry products (e.g. lumber, pulp, paper, wood fuel, etc.);

38. Businesses that ensure global continuity of supply of aggregates to support critical infrastructure repairs and emergency response requirements (e.g. sandbags, armor stone barriers, etc.);

39. Businesses that ensure global continuity of supply of petroleum and petroleum by-products;

Environmental Services

40. Businesses that support environmental management/monitoring and spill clean-up and response, including environmental consulting firms, professional engineers and geoscientists, septics haulers, well drillers, pesticides applicators and exterminators, management of industrial sewage/effluent (eg for mining operations), and environmental laboratories;

Utilities and Community Services

41. Utilities, and Businesses that support the provision of utilities and community services, including by providing products, materials, and services needed for the delivery of utilities and community services:

a.    Waste Collection, Waste/ Sewage Treatment and Disposal, operation of landfills, and Hazardous Waste Disposal;

b.    Potable drinking water;

c.     Electricity Generation, transmission, distribution, and storage;

d.    Natural Gas distribution, transmission, and storage,

e.    Road construction and maintenance;

f.      police, fire, emergency services including coroner services and pathology services ;

g.    corrections and courts services;

h.    other government services including licenses and permits;

42. Businesses engaged in or supporting the operation, maintenance and repair of critical infrastructure (railways, dams, bridges, highways, erosion control structures, etc.);

Communications Industries

43. Newspaper publishers;

44. Radio & Television Broadcasting;

45. Telecommunications providers;

Research

46. Businesses and organizations that maintain research facilities and engage in research, including medical research and other research and development activities;

47. Businesses that provide products and services that support research activities;

Health Care and Seniors Care and Social Services

48. Organizations and providers that deliver home care services;

49. Retirement homes;

50. Long-term Care Facilities;

51. Independent health facilities;

52. Laboratories and specimen collection centres;

53. Manufacturers, wholesalers, distributors, and retailers of pharmaceutical products and medical supplies, including medications, medical isotopes, vaccines, and antivirals; medical devices and medical supplies

54. Manufacturers, logistics and distributors of products and/or services that support the delivery of health care in all locations (including but not limited to hospitals, labs, long-term care homes, other residential health care, physicians, nurse practitioners and midwives, and home care services);

55. Businesses that provide products and/or services that support the health sector or that provide health services, including mental health and addictions and counselling supports.

56. Businesses that sell, rent or repair assistive/mobility/medical devices, aids and/or supplies.

57. Businesses that provide personal support services (many seniors and persons with disabilities, who can afford to, hire individuals to assist with the activities of daily living).

58. Health care professionals providing emergency care including dentists optometrists and physio-therapists;

59. Not-for-profit organizations that provide critical personal support services in home and also provide residential services for individuals with physical disabilities (such as the Centre for Independent Living and March of Dimes);

60. Businesses and all other organizations that support the provision of food, shelter, safety or protection, and/or social services and other necessities of life to economically disadvantaged and other vulnerable individuals, including but not limited to food banks, violence against women emergency shelters, homeless shelters, community housing, supportive housing, children’s aid societies, residential services for adults with developmental disabilities and for children, and custody and detention programs for young persons in conflict with the law;

Justice Sector

61. Professional and social services that support the legal and justice system;

Other Businesses

62. Rental and leasing services, including automobile, commercial and light industrial machinery and equipment rental;

63. Businesses providing mailing, shipping, courier and delivery services, including post office boxes;

64. Laundromats, dry cleaners, and laundry service providers;

65. Professional services including lawyers and paralegals, engineers, accountants, translators;

66. Businesses providing funeral, mortician, cremation, transfer, and burial services, and any related goods and products (such as coffins and embalming fluid);

67.  Land registration services, and real estate agent services and moving services;

68.  Businesses providing security services including private security guards; monitoring or surveillance equipment and services;

69. Businesses providing staffing services, including temporary help;

70. Businesses that support the safe operations of residences and essential businesses;

71. Businesses that provide for the health and welfare of animals, including veterinarians, farms, boarding kennels, stables, animal shelters, zoos, aquariums, research facilities, and other service providers;

72. Child care services for essential workers, and home child care services of less than six children;

73. Businesses providing cheque cashing services;

Business Regulators and Inspectors

74. Organizations, including Administrative Authorities, that regulate and inspect businesses.

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Via Separation Papers

source https://toronto.citynews.ca/2020/03/23/coronavirus-province-releases-list-of-essential-workplaces/

By The Wall of Law March 24, 2020 Off

Schlatter found guilty of first-degree murder in death of Tess Richey

The man accused of sexually assaulting and strangling 22-year-old Tess Richey just hours after meeting her in November 2017 has been found guilty of first-degree murder in her death.

Jurors at 23-year-old Kalen Schlatter’s murder trial reached the verdict after three days of deliberations.

The Crown previously told the court that Schlatter sexually assaulted and strangled Richey in an outdoor stairwell of a building under renovation near Church and Dundonald streets in the early morning hours of Nov. 25, 2017.

Video surveillance footage captured that morning showed Schlatter and Richey walking hand-in-hand down a laneway toward the exterior stairwell shortly after 4 a.m.

Schlatter was seen walking back down the laneway alone about 45 minutes later.

Richey’s lifeless body was found at the bottom of the stairwell on Nov. 29, four days after she was reported missing by her family.

The discovery was made by Richey’s mother and a family friend, who were frantically searching the neighbourhood to find her.

Schlatter’s semen and saliva were found on Richey’s clothing, jurors previously heard.

Schlatter, who testified in his own defence, maintained that the sexual encounter with Richey was consentual and his defence lawyers actually accused another man of killing Richey after Schlatter left.

Prosecutors said Schlatter killed Richey after she refused to have sex with him.

Schlatter met Richey and one of her friends outside Crews and Tangos in the city’s Church-Wellesley Village after the bar let out on the morning she was killed.

The three wandered around the area for a couple of hours, picking up hot dogs and chatting with people in the neighbourhood.

Shortly after her friend left, Richey ordered an Uber to go home but the ride was later cancelled by the driver when she didn’t show up.

Schlatter told the court that he didn’t know Richey had ordered an Uber and maintained that she was alive when he left her in the stairwell that morning.

That assertion was contradicted by one of Schlatter’s former cellmates, who told the jury that Schlatter confided in him about the murder.

He said Schlatter told him he choked Richey to death with a scarf and then ejaculated on her body.

According to the cellmate, Schlatter told him that when it was over, he stole a necklace from Richey and took money from her purse for a cab ride home.

Speaking from outside the courthouse, Tess Richey’s mother Christine Hermeston said she was “shocked” when the verdict was handed down.

“I have to admit, I didn’t expect murder in the first degree,” Hermeston said. “ I wanted it, I hoped for it, I prayed for it, but you know, you just don’t know how these things can play out, right?”

“We won. Tess got her justice. We’ll never be happy. We’ll never be complete again, but we can try to heal from here and do things in Tess’ name. Thank you for all the support. It’s been a rough road, but we made it.”

Victim impact statements are scheduled for Wednesday March 25 at 10 a.m. 

Sentencing is scheduled to take place on March 25. 

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Via Spousal Maintenance

source https://toronto.ctvnews.ca/schlatter-found-guilty-of-first-degree-murder-in-death-of-tess-richey-1.4864917

By The Wall of Law March 24, 2020 Off

What’s Coming And Going From Netflix Canada In April 2020

It’s always fun to know what we can expect from our streaming services. But in this era of social distancing, it’s more important than ever to know what we’ll be able to watch. 

Netflix Canada’s April offerings include lots of exciting documentaries, all of the “Ocean’s Eleven” sequels and remakes, and a few classic J.Lo rom coms. Enjoy!

April 1

40 Days and 40 Nights

After a brutal break-up, a young man vows to stay celibate during the forty days of Lent, but finds the girl of his dreams and is unable to do anything about it.

Ace Ventura: Pet Detective

A goofy detective specializing in animals goes in search of the missing mascot of the Miami Dolphins.

The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle

When enemies Boris, Natasha, and Fearless Leader escape into the real world with a nefarious scheme, Rocky and Bullwinkle do the same, and team up with a young F.B.I. Agent to stop the trio.

The Age of Innocence

In this exquisite 1993 adaptation of the Edith Wharton novel, a 1920s lawyer has his life turned upside down when he falls in love with his fiancée’s scandalous cousin.

Anger Management

A businessman who’s wrongly sentenced to an anger management program meets the group’s aggressive instructor.

Bram Stoker’s Dracula

The centuries-old vampire Count Dracula comes to England to seduce his barrister Jonathan Harker’s fiancée Mina Murray and inflict havoc in the foreign land.

Casper

An afterlife therapist and his daughter meet a friendly young ghost when they move into a crumbling mansion in order to rid the premises of wicked spirits.

Charlie St. Cloud

After his brother dies in a car crash that he survives, Charlie is able to communicate with the dead. But when the girl he falls in love with has her life put at risk, he must choose between his girlfriend and his brother.

Community, Seasons 1-6

The wacky, witty, and astonishingly self-aware sit-com about a group of misfits who bond at an eccentric community college varied in quality over its six seasons, but it’s always smart and easy to watch.

David Batra: Elefanten I Rummet 

Swedish stand-up David Batra gets personal as he playfully details the perks and pitfalls of being married to a recently resigned political leader.

Dawn of the Dead

A nurse, a policeman, a young married couple, a salesman, and other survivors of a worldwide plague that is producing aggressive, flesh-eating zombies, take refuge in a giant Midwestern shopping mall.

Dune

A duke’s son leads desert warriors against the galactic emperor and his father’s evil nemesis in this adaptation of the classic science fiction novel.

Europa Report

An international crew of astronauts undertakes a privately funded mission to search for life on Jupiter’s fourth largest moon.

Evolution

A fire-fighting cadet, two college professors, and a government scientist work against an alien organism that has been rapidly evolving since its arrival on Earth inside a meteor.

Far from Heaven

In 1950s Connecticut, a housewife faces a marital crisis and mounting racial tensions in the outside world.

Gosford Park

The lives of upstairs guests and downstairs servants at a party in 1932 in a country house in England as they investigate a murder involving one of them.

How to Fix a Drug Scandal 

Two drug lab chemists’ shocking crimes cripple a state’s judicial system and blur the lines of justice for lawyers, officials, and thousands of inmates in this documentary.

The Iliza Shlesinger Sketch Show 

Comedian Iliza Shlesinger leads an ensemble cast in this sketch show, which skewers bizarre exercise plans, over-simplified DIY shows, “reality” TV at its best and worst, and more.

Jonah: A VeggieTales Movie

A fussy asparagus (Phil Vischer) makes his way across deserts and seas to deliver a message from God to a sinful city.

Judy Moody and the Not Bummer Summer

A third grader sets out to have the most thrilling summer of her life.

Little Children

The lives of two lovelorn spouses from separate marriages, a registered sex offender, and a disgraced ex-police officer intersect as they struggle to resist their vulnerabilities and temptations in suburban Massachusetts.

Magic Mike

A male stripper teaches a younger performer how to party, pick up women, and make easy money.

Maid in Manhattan

In this modern take on Cinderella, a wealthy businessman falls for a hotel maid he mistakes for a member of high society.

Nailed It!, Season 4 

The hosts you love, the hot messes you crave. Welcome back to the “Nailed It!” kitchens, where anyone — like, literally, anyone — can win.

Reservoir Dogs

The complicated lives of professional thieves intertwine with the police after a robbery goes spectacularly wrong in one of Quentin Tarantino’s early movies.

The Skulls

A student at an elite university joins a secret society, but it turns out to be nothing like what he expected.

The Squid and the Whale

Before Noah Baumbach made the contemporary divorce manifesto “Marriage Story,” he made “The Squid and the Whale,” about brothers coping with their parents’ divorce in the 1980s.

Sunderland ’Til I Die, Season 2 

After two consecutive seasons of failure, Sunderland hope to get things turned around as they face a new season in the third tier of English soccer.

The Wedding Planner

A wedding planner falls for the charming groom whose wedding she’s in charge of putting together.

Troy

This adaptation of Homer’s epic poem is about the assault on Troy by the united Greek forces.

Twins

Arnold Schwarzenegger and Danny DeVito play unlikely twins who were separated at birth in this screwball comedy.

Waiting…

A group of young adults find unconventional ways to kill time at their fast food jobs.

We Own the Night

A New York City nightclub manager tries to save his brother and father from Russian Mafia hitmen.

White Chicks

Two black male FBI agents have to go undercover as white women in order to protect heiresses from getting kidnapped.

April 3

Coffee & Kareem 

A 12-year-old accidentally exposes a secret network of criminal activity when he was simply trying to hire a fugitive to kill his mom’s new boyfriend.

La casa de papel (a.k.a. Money Heist): Part 4 

Lives are on the line as the Professor’s plan begins to unravel and the thieves must fend off enemies from both inside and outside the Bank of Spain.

Money Heist: The Phenomenon 

This film takes a look at why and how “Money Heist” sparked a wave of enthusiasm around the world for a lovable group of thieves and their professor.

Spirit Riding Free: Riding Academy 

A new chapter begins for Lucky and her friends as they leave Miradero behind to live and learn at the prestigious Palomino Bluffs Riding Academy.

StarBeam

A real kid with real superpowers has a tech-wiz best friend who becomes her sidekick. Together with their seagull pal, they protect their seaside city.

April 6

The Big Show Show

Former WWE wrestler The Big Show is out of the ring and ready for an even tougher challenge: raising three daughters with his wife in Florida.

April 7

Terrace House Tokyo, Part 3

Life in Tokyo continues: doors open and close in the house, bonds are born and tested. As Ruka takes his next step, Hana meets new rivals.

April 9

Hi Score Girl: Season 2

They’ve leveled up to high school, training at arcade fighting games along the way. Now Haruo, Akira, and their friends face their final level.

Riverdale

New episodes of the teen drama come out weekly.

April 10

Brews Brothers 

Two estranged brothers know everything there is to know about brewing beer. If only they knew something about being a family.

LA Originals 

Known for their ties to Chicano street life and hip hop, Estevan Oriol and Mister Cartoon trace their journey from gifted artists to cultural pioneers.

La vie scolaire 

In one of the poorest areas of Paris, a school counsellor devotes herself to working with disadvantaged students, while facing challenges of her own.

Love Wedding Repeat 

Alternate versions of the same wedding unfold as Jack tries to make sure his little sister has the perfect wedding day. But he’ll have to juggle an angry ex-girlfriend, an uninvited guest with a secret, a misplaced sleep sedative, and unexpectedly reuniting with the girl of his dreams who got away.

The Main Event

When an 11-year-old boy discovers a magical wrestling mask that grants him super strength, he uses it to enter a WWE competition. 

Tigertail 

In New York, Pin-Jui  reflects on the love of his past and his departure from Taiwan, which he revisits years later with his daughter Angela.

April 12

Ocean’s 8

The female take on the “Ocean’s 11” franchise stars Cate Blanchett, Sandra Bullock, Mindy Kaling, and Rihanna.

April 14

Chris D’Elia: No Pain 

Stand-up comic, actor, and writer Chris D’Elia talks through babies in public, the act of AirDropping inappropriate photos to unsuspecting people on airplanes and the potential threat of sexual assault by dolphins in his comedy special. 

April 15

The Innocence Files

The documentary series shines a light on the untold personal stories behind eight cases of wrongful conviction that the nonprofit organization the Innocence Project and organizations within the Innocence Network have uncovered and worked tirelessly to overturn. 

Outer Banks

A tight-knit group of teens unearths a long-buried secret, setting off a chain of illicit events that takes them on an adventure they’ll never forget.

April 16

Fary: Hexagone, Season 2 

Fary returns to the stage to unpack his complicated feelings on faith, social media influencers, beatboxing, and his native France.

Fauda, Season 3 

Doron ensnares a determined young boxer when a months-long covert mission puts the team on the trail of a Hamas leader high on Shin Bet’s wanted list.

Mauricio Meirelles: Levando o Caos 

Brazilian comedian Mauricio Meirelles performs a stand-up special shot in São Paulo.

Riverdale

New episode weekly.

April 17

Betonrausch

Based on true events, this film charts the rise and fall of two real estate fraudsters in Germany, as they are caught in their own web of lies and deceit.

#blackAF 

Kenya Barris and Rashida Jones star in this family comedy series inspired by Barris’s real life.

Earth and Blood (La terre et le sang) 

After decades of successfully running a sawmill in the Ardennes, hiring ex-cons and young offenders, Said receives an unwelcome visitor: a cartel.

El Dragón: Return of a Warrior: Season 2 

A bombing investigation gives Héctor a lead on his sister’s murder. As Miguel plans to produce a new drug, Valentín uses Chisca to steal the prototype.

The Last Kids on Earth: Book 2 

Jack, June, Quint, and Dirk set out to find missing zombies, reclaim their town and maybe — just maybe — finally score a seat at the cool table.

Legado en los huesos

In this sequel to “The Invisible Guardian,” Inspector Amaia Salazar investigates a suicide connected to a big murder case she had previously solved in Northern Spain.

Sergio 

Sergio, a charismatic and complex diplomat, deftly navigating deals with presidents, revolutionaries, and war criminals. But just as he readies himself for a simpler life with the woman he loves, he’s plunged into chaos following the U.S. invasion of Iraq. Based on a true story. 

Too Hot to Handle 

On the shores of paradise, sexy singles meet, mingle … and face a $100,000 celibacy challenge.

April 18

Life in Pieces, Season 4

A big happy family lives through sometimes awkward, often hilarious and ultimately beautiful milestone moments.

Surviving R. Kelly, Season 1

This documentary series documents the horrifying stories of women and girls who say they were kept in cult-like conditions by R&B singer R. Kelly.

April 19

Just Friends

While visiting his hometown during Christmas, a man comes face-to-face with his old high school crush whom he was best friends with — a woman whose rejection of him turned him into a ferocious womanizer.

April 20

Cooked with Cannabis 

Chefs compete to get the hosts and special guests high on elevated cannabis cuisine with their artful use of leafy herb, THC infusions and CBD sauces.

The Midnight Gospel 

Drawing on interviews from the “Duncan Trussell Family Hour” podcast, this animated series follows a spacecaster who travels the galaxy searching for the meaning of life.

Ocean’s Twelve

In the sequel to “Ocean’s Eleven,” Danny Ocean recruits one more team member so he can pull off three major European heists.

Ocean’s Thirteen 

The third instalment of the trilogy finds the group jumping back into action after a casino owner Willy Bank double-crosses one of the original eleven.

April 21

Bleach: The Assault

The evil Bounts have infiltrated the Soul Society seeking revenge, and Ichigo and his comrades are quick to follow. 

Bleach: The Bount

The Bounts’ power seems nearly limitless, and even the most formidable Soul Reaper captains have a gruelling fight on their hands. 

Middleditch & Schwartz 

Thomas Middleditch and Ben Schwartz bring their two-person comedy show, Middleditch & Schwartz, to a global audience in a collection of three completely improvised Netflix comedy specials. Each performance — Dream Job, Law School Magic and Parking Lot Wedding — is based entirely on a random audience suggestion.

April 22

Absurd Planet 

A cast of quirky critters and Mother Nature herself narrate this funny science series, which peeks into the lives of Earth’s most incredible animals.

Circus of Books 

For nearly four decades, unassuming couple Karen and Barry Mason ran Circus of Books, an LA porn store that became a hub for the local gay community.

El silencio del pantano 

A successful, cold-blooded crime novelist gets involved in a kidnapping case while uncovering the corrupt ties between politicians and the local mafia in Valencia, Spain.

The Plagues of Breslau 

After a body is found sewn inside a cow hide, a Wrocław detective discovers a killer is recreating an 18th-century “plague” of criminal punishments.

The Willoughbys

Convinced they’d be better off raising themselves, the Willoughby children hatch a sneaky plan to send their selfish parents on vacation. The siblings then embark on their own high-flying adventure to find the true meaning of family.

Win the Wilderness 

Six couples vie for the deed to a remote Alaskan lodge by proving which is the fittest to survive in a breathtakingly pristine but rugged wilderness.

April 23

The House of Flowers, Season 3 

The dark comedy series about a wealthy Mexico City family with secrets returns for Season 3.

Riverdale

New episode weekly.

April 24

After Life, Season 2 

The comedy-drama series follows Tony (Ricky Gervais), a writer for the local newspaper whose life is upended after his wife dies from cancer. While still struggling with immense grief for his wife, we see Tony try to become a better friend to those around him. 

Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Season 7

The feel-good comedy about a Brooklyn police district returns for a seventh season.

Extraction 

A fearless black market mercenary with nothing left to lose is hired to rescue the kidnapped son of an imprisoned international crime lord. But in the murky underworld of weapons dealers and drug traffickers, an already deadly mission approaches the impossible, forever altering the lives of both him and the boy. 

Hello Ninja, Season 2 

BFFs Wesley and Georgie, with their silly cat sidekick Pretzel, transform into ninjas and enter a magical world where they solve problems and save the day.

Yours Sincerely, Kanan Gill 

Measuring his adult life against the goals set in a letter written as a teen to his future self, Kanan Gill’s takeaways get dark – yet oddly illuminating.

April 26

The Last Kingdom, Season 4

As Edward and Aethelflaed spar over the future of Mercia and their father’s dream of a united England, Uhtred tries to recover his lost birthright.

April 27

Never Have I Ever 

A coming-of-age comedy series about the life of a modern first-generation Indian American teenage girl, inspired by Mindy Kaling’s own childhood and starring Mississauga native Maitreyi Ramakrishnan.

April 29

A Secret Love

Terry Donahue played in the women’s professional baseball league, inspiring the hit movie “A League of Their Own.” But the film did not tell the real-life story of the women who remained closeted for most of their lives. This documentary follows Terry and her partner Pat Henschel back to when they met for the first time, through their professional lives in Chicago, coming out to their conservative families and grappling with whether or not to get married. 

Extracurricular 

Extracurricular is a story of high school students who become tangled in a series of conflicts and events that challenge human values and morality. Jisoo ends up committing a serious crime because of his determination to make college tuition money on his own, by any means. Minhee gets caught up in Jisoo’s crime while Jisoo’s schoolmate Gyuri becomes involved in the same crime.

Murder to Mercy: The Cyntoia Brown Story 

After 16-year-old Cyntoia Brown was sentenced to life in prison in 2004, questions about her past, physiology and the law itself call her guilt into question.

Nadiya’s Time to Eat 

On this cooking show, “Great British Bake-Off” winner Nadiya Hussain serves up delicious shortcuts, vital ingredients and fast favourites — perfect for today’s time-strapped families.

Summertime 

Inspired by Federico Moccia’s books, this series follows Summer, who longs to leave her small town and see the world, as she meets Ale, a motorcyclist.

April 30

Dangerous Lies 

After losing her waitressing job, Katie takes a job as a caretaker to a wealthy elderly man in his sprawling, empty Chicago estate. When he unexpectedly passes away and names Katie as his sole heir, she and her husband Adam  are pulled into a complex web of lies, deception, and murder.

Drifting Dragons

Dragons are on the menu as the crew of the airship Quin Zaza sets out on a hunt. If they fail, empty stomachs will be the least of their worries.

The Forest of Love: Deep Cut

Nothing’s as it seems when a charismatic conman and an aspiring film crew delve into the lives of two emotionally scarred women.

Rich in Love (Ricos de Amor) 

Working incognito at his rich dad’s company to test his own merits, Teto falls for Paula and tells her he grew up poor, a lie that spins out of control.

Riverdale 

New episode weekly.

The Victims’ Game

After discovering his estranged daughter’s link to mysterious murders, a forensic detective with Asperger’s syndrome risks everything to solve the case.

And here’s what’s leaving

April 1

Liar Liar

Pride & Prejudice

April 6

Justice League

April 28

Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries, Series 1 to 3

April 30

How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days

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