The failure of Erin O’Toole’s Conservative Party to make its hoped-for breakthrough in Ontario in the federal election is by no means any guarantee that voters will reject Premier Doug Ford and his Progressive Conservatives in the provincial election that’s just eight months away.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford vowed to continue work closely with the newly re-elected prime minister on Tuesday a day ahead of the province’s vaccine certificate program rollout.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford vowed to continue to work closely with the newly re-elected prime minister on Tuesday a day ahead of the province’s vaccine certificate program rollout.
A woman says her family has been forever changed after her elderly parents caught COVID-19 from a personal support worker who did not properly wear PPE in their home.
After surviving 19 months in a Honduran maximum security prison and a nearly four-year legal fight, Honduran human rights activist Edwin Espinal was absolved of all charges last week. The decision followed a lengthy campaign by his in-laws in the town of Elmvale, Ont., about 120 kilometres north of Toronto, featuring two billboards calling him “Elmvale’s Edwin Espinal.”
The Liberals managed to hold on to — and even to retake — some of the most narrowly contested ridings in the Greater Toronto Area during the federal election on Monday.
Ontario’s health ministry says it expects that very few people will falsify their COVID-19 vaccine certificates and medical exemptions once the province’s proof of vaccination system goes into effect on Wednesday.
Police east of Toronto say they have made a significant fentanyl seizure in a five-month drug probe.
Polling stations across the Greater Toronto Area are seeing longer lines and delays as the number of stations is smaller and some logistical errors continue.
Ontario reported 610 new cases of COVID-19 and two more deaths related to the illness on Monday.
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A former bureaucrat accused by the Ontario government of embezzling $11 million in COVID-19 relief funds is now facing criminal charges in the matter.
Peel Regional Police is hoping a 15-minute anonymous survey will help the police force tackle systemic racism and discrimination.
Pub manager Crystal Meikle is used to pivoting with the shifting rules for businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic. But Ontario’s proof-of-vaccination policy, set to take effect on Wednesday, treads into new territory.
Ontario reported 715 new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday. Of those new cases, 540 have presented in people who have either not been fully vaccinated or whose vaccination status is not clear.
One man in his 20s is dead, and two other men in their 20s injured, following a triple shooting in Regent Park on Saturday night.
Downtown business owners and associations are questioning why federal election candidates aren’t promising more support for establishments in Toronto’s core, many of which are still struggling to stay afloat during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Toronto spent nearly $2 million to clear encampments in three city parks this summer and homeless advocates say the amount doesn’t include the hidden cost of displacing and scattering vulnerable people during a pandemic.
A motorcyclist has died after a crash in Toronto’s Weston neighbourhood on Saturday afternoon, police say.
Ontario reported 821 new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday. Of those cases, 621 have presented in people who either have not received both doses of a vaccine or whose vaccination status is unclear.
The Ontario government is warning people with expired driver’s licences, licence plate stickers, photo cards, and health cards to renew their documents, as they reinstate renewal requirements.
The Ontario government is warning people with expired driver’s licences, license plate stickers, photo cards, and health cards to renew their documents, as they reinstate renewal requirements.
Toronto police are appealing to the public for help identifying a vehicle involved in a shooting Friday night.
While riding-by-riding polling data indicates some support for Maxime Bernier’s People’s Party in the GTA — will it materialize at the ballot box?
Three people were shot in Mississauga Friday evening, police say. Paramedics say they’ve taken two of the victims to hospital with life-threatening injuries.
Ontario officials are “having conversations right now” to determine what support the province can provide to help Alberta’s crippled health-care system battles its deadly fourth wave of COVID-19.
Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau said Friday his party has asked Toronto candidate Kevin Vuong to “pause his campaign” after the Toronto Star reported he had been charged previously with sexual assault — a charge that was later dropped.
A censure imposed by the Canadian Association of University Teachers has been temporarily suspended after the school reversed course on a hiring scandal that saw a federal tax judge allegedly try to block the hiring of a law practitioner who has written widely on Israel-Palestinian affairs.
Ontario reported 795 new cases of COVID-19 on Friday, with 336 people hospitalized and 194 people in intensive care, according Ontario’s Minister of Health Christine Elliott.
Advocates say Canadians with disabilities are heading into election day on Monday with little confidence that their needs are a priority — and few firm promises from federal parties.
When Ontario eased some of its pandemic restrictions this summer and Mark Evans was allowed to reopen his east Toronto business, he says the last thing he expected was the city to hound him for unpaid parking fees.
Environmental groups and residents in York Region are speaking out against a plan that they say could open up a lot more unprotected farmland for development.