The first federal budget in more than two years extends Ottawa's COVID-19 “lifeline” for workers and struggling businesses another few months as it aims to pull Canada through the pandemic once and for all.
Rogers Communications Inc. said late Monday that services were beginning to return to normal but that it could still be hours before it fully fixed a massive wireless outage it said was caused by a software update from Ericsson.
Premier Doug Ford’s office says that they have been told to be prepared for delays to two upcoming shipments of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine, creating a potential snag in getting shots into arms just as Ontario makes the vaccine available to younger residents.
York Region residents aged 35 and older in five priority postal codes will now eligible to book an appointment to receive their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine at city-run mass vaccination sites, officials confirmed on Monday.
A luxury car or expensive boat will soon cost more thanks to a new tax proposed in Monday's federal budget, which also raises taxes on tobacco and looks to put a little more money in the wallets of older and low-income Canadians.
A critical care nurse in the Toronto area made a desperate plea for the Ford government to bring in paid sick leave, saying hospitals will not be able to cope unless more is done to help essential workers stay home when they are sick.
More than 25 people in Ontario have been charged in connection with the dismantling of an international drug trafficking network, which resulted in the seizure of 48 firearms, $730,000 in cash and $2.5 million worth of drugs – including heroin found at a children’s indoor play centre.