Mayor John Tory says he is glad police officers responding to anti-lockdown protests in the city’s downtown core on Saturday ticketed people who weren’t following the rules, calling the demonstrations “not right” and “not safe.”
The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation's former head of counter-intelligence says it fell to him to tell the RCMP about a spy in the Canadian navy, even though the Canadian Security Intelligence Service was already well aware of Jeffrey Delisle's sale of sensitive secrets to the Russians.
Police broke up two large gatherings of anti-lockdown protesters in downtown Toronto on Saturday and arrested three people, including the organizers, as authorities step up enforcement of gathering restrictions and the provincial stay-at-home order.
Canada's procurement minister urged drugmaker Pfizer-BioNTech to get the country's COVID-19 vaccine delivery schedule back on track as soon as possible as cases of the novel coronavirus surged past the 700,000 mark on Saturday.
More than 200 long-term care homes have not yet paid their personal support workers a $3 per hour pay enhancement provided by the provincial government amid the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the Minister of Long-Term Care.
Nick Mantas has won the byelection for Ward 22 Scarborough-Agincourt, filling the vacant seat previously occupied by his previous boss Jim Karygiannis who was removed as councillor over his 2018 election campaign expenses.
The Ford government is considering whether to delay administering the second dose of COVID-19 vaccines amid news that shipments of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine will be temporarily reduced due to production issues.
Only half of Canada's promised COVID-19 vaccine doses by Pfizer-BioNTech will arrive in the next month, federal officials revealed Friday, blaming production issues in Belgium that will affect immediate vaccination plans.