An employee at a North York Catholic school that was shut down earlier this month following an outbreak of COVID-19 has been fined after the Ministry of Labour says they failed to wear protective equipment required by their employer.
Canada coped with nearly four years of Donald Trump rewriting or shredding the international trade rule book. But Canadian hope of a rosy return to rules-based bonhomie with its top trading partner under a Joe Biden presidency might be premature.
Health Minister Christine Elliott says that there are plans to increase pop-up and mobile testing in several Toronto and Peel Region neighbourhoods where there has been a noticeable drop in numbers since the province switched to an appointment-only system earlier this month.
The Ford government has announced that it will spend $116.5 million on the creation of hundreds of new hospital beds as part of a wider effort to boost capacity in the healthcare system during the COVID-19 pandemic.
City councillors have opted to hold a byelection to fill the vacancy left by former Ward 22 councillor Jim Karygiannis, who was booted from council for the third time last month after a lengthy legal battle over his 2018 campaign expenses.
A Toronto family who was searching for their missing loved one is calling for justice after they were informed that he had died and was buried naked weeks earlier without their knowledge in a virtually unmarked grave.
Mayor John Tory is speaking out after the Ford government turned to a rarely used legislative tool to sidestep the local planning process for three development sites in the West Don Lands, calling it a “less than ideal situation to say the least.”
An Ontario court has ruled that the provincial and federal governments must operate their student loan program in a way that ensures those with disabilities who take longer to complete their studies are not saddled with more debt than their able-bodied peers.