The province’s police watchdog has cleared a cop who shot a suspect in a drug trafficking investigation in Scarborough this past winter while acknowledging that his decision to open fire on a moving vehicle may have violated some Toronto Police Service policies.
Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault is doubling down on his controversial new broadcasting bill at a parliamentary committee hearing, citing a Justice Department analysis to reiterate the legislation would not affect free speech online.
The city has announced a series of interconnected moves that will allow it to relocate a downtown fire station and use the proceeds from the sale of the land that it stands on to pay for a much needed new park nearby.
A Toronto cosmetic surgeon and self-styled social media influencer will be unable to practise medicine for six months after a disciplinary committee found he committed “multifaceted and longstanding” violations of patient privacy.
Some health experts are questioning Canada's decision to accept thousands of doses of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine from a global vaccine-sharing alliance, only to have them sit in freezers in an Ontario warehouse.
Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. continues to reject suggestions that it needs to increase its bid for Kansas City Southern to fend off a rival offer from Canadian National Railway Co. that the U.S. railway has deemed superior.
Amid growing calls to reopen outdoor recreational facilities, Premier Doug Ford did not budge Thursday and kept the restrictions in place for two more weeks as he announced the extension of the stay-at-home order.
Premier Doug Ford said Thursday that he wants Ontario to have a “two-dose summer" even as federal officials said they don't plan to immediately loosen public health guidelines for anyone who gets a second COVID-19 vaccine shot.
The presidents of two Ontario teachers’ unions are criticizing Premier Doug Ford after he made comments Thursday alleging that labour leaders are the reason why schools remain closed to in-person learning.