A Toronto city councillor says the city will be “aggressively” looking at how to improve road safety at a Scarborough intersection where a 17-year-old girl was fatally struck by a vehicle while crossing the street Tuesday morning.
Toronto’s popular CafeTO program could soon be made permanent through the creation of a new “streamlined” registration process that will allow participating businesses to operate expanded sidewalk patios year-round.
Ontario’s publicly-funded school boards are reporting more than 100 new cases of COVID-19 but the number of active infections continues to decline in lockstep with the reduction in cases in the broader community.
A group of scientists advising the Ford government on the COVID-19 pandemic are speaking up in favour of mandating vaccines for all healthcare workers, calling it an “evidence-based policy that protects Ontarians.”
Senior members of a British Columbia First Nation have issued an open letter to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau that petitions him to formally commit to seven steps he could take to show he is serious about reconciliation.
Ontario’s health minister says the provincial government is spending nearly $90 million this year to purchase 7.6 million doses of the flu shot, an increase of more than a million doses over last year.
Ontario’s health minister says that the province is working on a “final plan” for the administration of COVID-19 vaccines to younger school-aged children and will be “ready to go” as soon as it receives Health Canada approval.