The number of tickets issued by Toronto’s automated speed cameras shot back to around the same levels seen when they were first installed in the summer, with one street in Etobicoke seeing nearly 2,900 speeders.
Two regions in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area that began to vaccinate seniors outside of congregate care settings on Monday are reporting technical issues with their booking systems due to high demand.
Torstar Corp. is making a gamble of its own with plans to start an online casino betting business in 2021 once it goes through a consultation and approval process with the Ontario government, the publishing company announced Monday.
The Trudeau government is pressing ahead with efforts to counter economic-based threats to national security, such as theft of valuable intellectual property and damage to critical energy and information networks.
The Ford government says that it will provide municipalities with an additional $150 million in funding to help public transit systems that are continuing to lose millions due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ontario's website for booking COVID-19 vaccination appointments will begin a “soft launch” in six public health units this week, two weeks before it becomes available across the province, The Canadian Press has learned.
Canadians across the country can look forward to a mild spring peppered with the odd winter flashback throughout the first part of the season, according to predictions from one prominent national forecaster.
The federal government hopes to start receiving doses of AstraZeneca's recently approved COVID-19 vaccine this week as the flood of shots that flowed into Canada from Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna last week partially subsides.