Health Minister Christine Elliot said locally, 29 of Ontario's 34 public health units are reporting five or fewer cases, with 17 reporting no new cases.
The province has now seen the number of new cases surpass the 100 mark on 11 of the last 12 days.
A man wearing a protective face mask walks by TD Bank in the financial district in Toronto, Ontario, Canada June 24, 2020.
For Ottawa, 2,480 cases have been resolved - or over 84 per cent of cases.
Quebec continues to be the province hardest hit by the virus by far, with 62,352 confirmed cases and a death toll of 5,758.
The province's daily COVID-19 numbers are being carefully scrutinized by politicians, public health officials and the general public with Labour Day Weekend, the traditional launch to a new school year, only one week away. Since January, 42,195 people in Ontario have been diagnosed with COVID-19, and 2,810 people have died. The total number of cases that have been resolved province-wide now stands at 38,204 - that means over 90 per cent of cases have cleared.
Officials say there were three newly confirmed cases on Thursday, but those came in after after the cut-off time for Friday's case count.
The province said it carried out 13,543 COVID-19 tests on Friday, the last date for which the testing data was available.
Canada's coronavirus case total is 127,358.
There are now 41 active cases reported in the Region of Waterloo. In Nova Scotia, there have been 1,083 cases and 65 fatalities. No new deaths were reported.
Only one new death has been reported in Ontario since Saturday's report. No cases have been diagnosed in Nunavut.
Almost 844,000 people have succumbed to the illness.