Toronto’s ombudsman says he will be conducting an investigation into how the city handled clearing homeless encampments at a number of parks this summer after he said his office received complaints from citizens.
Lawyers for Maj.-Gen. Dany Fortin and the government argued Tuesday over whether the senior officer's decision to challenge his abrupt removal as head of Canada's COVID-19 vaccine rollout should be dealt with by the military or in court.
It wasn't until Tuesday morning, when Kamila Telendibaeva saw the footage and pictures of Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor landing in Canada, that she started to picture her own reunion with her husband who has been in a Chinese prison for 15 years.
A family and emergency physician in northeastern Ontario has been barred from issuing exemptions for COVID-19 vaccines, masking requirements and testing as he faces a disciplinary hearing before the province's medical regulator.
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. says the country's housing sector moved from a moderate to high degree of vulnerability during the second quarter, with Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal among the markets shouldering the most risks.
The brother of van attack victim Annie Marie D’Amico says his sister would be thrilled to see that her name will now be permanently linked to a one-of-a-kind community hub aimed at helping women and children escape violence and get a fresh start.
Ontario reported 280 new COVID-19 cases detected in public school staff and students over the weekend, slightly less than what was found over last weekend, suggesting case growth in the school system is no longer accelerating.
School-aged children now account for the highest share of COVID-19 cases of any demographic in Toronto but the city’s top doctor says that most infections are still being tied back to household transmission and not classroom outbreaks.
All across Ontario, more parents of elementary school-age children are building their own asymptomatic COVID-19 testing programs for their local schools, but often can’t access supplies due to a government policy that still prioritizes rapid tests for business.
Billy Bishop Airport is resuming normal operations after a nearly four hour delay and a police evacuation of its terminal prompted by suspicious item found during baggage screening that Toronto's bomb squad found to be a medical device.
NDP Leader Andrea Horwath is accusing the Ford government of “walking away from the business community” and leaving them to deal with the logistical complications around enforcing the new vaccine certificate system “on their own.”