Ontario is recording fewer than 2,000 new cases of COVID-19 today, however only 34,000 tests were processed over the past 24 hours and the province said numbers from Toronto Public Health are likely artificially low due to a "technical issue."
The leader of the Ontario NDP says the province's minister of long-term care is attempting to downplay the COVID-19 crisis in long-term care homes after she accused the official opposition of spreading "misinformation" about the situation.
A Toronto-area constable under investigation for corruption told an undercover officer he wanted to file an intelligence report about his mistress's alleged involvement in the drug trade after their affair was revealed, his trial heard Tuesday.
Nearly half of Canadians who plan to make an early return to concerts, theatres and other mass cultural experiences say it'll take a vaccination before they feel comfortable to do so, according to a new survey.
Premier Doug Ford says that there is “no reason” for the province to “jump in” and introduce its own paid sick leave program, even amid mounting criticism from advocates who say that an existing federal program doesn’t do enough to protect workers.
Patients with the greatest chance of survival beyond 12 months should be prioritized for critical care in the event that overwhelmed Ontario hospitals need to begin rationing life-saving treatments, the provincial government said in a document sent to hospitals earlier this month.
Toronto Fire Chief Matthew Pegg says a pilot COVID-19 vaccination clinic that just opened today at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre will have to pause vaccinations on Friday because of a shortage of vaccine supply in the province.
Ontario’s top public health official says that there are early signs that new cases of COVID-19 may have “plateaued” but he is warning that we will still have to get down below 1,000 cases a day in order for the lockdown to be lifted.