Dance studios in parts of Ontario that are currently in a modified version of Stage 2 can now reopen their doors with some restrictions.
Many neighbourhoods in the city’s northwest continue to see higher levels of COVID-19 transmission with some reporting positivity rates as high as 14 per cent.
The second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic pushed Canada's total case count past the 200,000 mark on Monday as tougher health restrictions took effect in some regions facing a surge in infections.
Ontario is reporting fewer than 800 new cases of COVID-19 for the second day in a row but it comes amid a drop in testing.
A man who pleaded guilty to attempted murder in connection with a 2018 shooting in a Scarborough playground that left two young children injured apologized in court on Monday.
Toronto police are asking for the public’s help in identifying a man wanted who allegedly threatened to commit a shooting at a school.
The Opposition Conservatives are setting Parliament up for another showdown that could trigger a snap election.
The top public health official in Halton is asking residents to only dine in at restaurants with people in their households and to stop participating in indoor fitness classes even though they are still permitted for now.
Ontario plans to expand the list of items accepted in blue boxes as moves to standardize recycling programs across the province.
A board of trustees has approved Queen's University's decision to remove the name of Sir John A. Macdonald from its law school building.
The Ontario government has announced its plans to digitize a number of government services as part of it “people-focused” action plan.
Limits on travel between Canada and the United States will persist for at least four more weeks, the federal government confirmed Monday despite signs of growing impatience south of the border.
The Quebec town synonymous with the cancer-causing fibre asbestos has voted for a new name: Val-des-Sources.
A male worker is now in hospital with serious injuries after falling into a hole on a transit construction site beneath Toronto’s Forest Hill neighbourhood, firefighters say.
Stricter public health measures come into effect in York Region today in a bid to tackle what the Ontario government has called an “alarming” surge in COVID-19 cases.
Three new coronavirus outbreaks were declared at Toronto hospitals in recent days, with 31 patients and staff members confirmed to be infected.
Police have charged a 26-year-old man after he allegedly threw a woman to the ground, punched two men and assaulted numerous others in downtown Toronto Sunday morning.