In an effort to "crack down on illegal parties," Premier Doug Ford announced Saturday that private gatherings in all regions of the province will now be restricted to 25 people outdoors and 10 indoors as new COVID-19 infections in Ontario rise at an "alarming" rate.
Members of the federal government's COVID-19 vaccine task force are casting worried eyes at the Trump administration's political push to get a vaccine approved before the U.S. presidential election in November.
A union representing Ontario's hospital workers says it has concerns about the safety of the province's plan to expand COVID-19 testing to pharmacies, as Premier Doug Ford pushed Friday to start the program later next week.
A Toronto family grieving after their parents were allegedly murdered by their brother before he committed suicide says they do not blame their brother for what happened because he suffered from mental illness.
Mayor John Tory says that city officials are discussing additional restrictions that could be put in place to help limit the spread of COVID-19, including a potential expansion of the mask bylaw to cover some workplaces that are currently exempted.
The federal minister overseeing key aid programs for workers during the pandemic says there could still be changes to a proposed package of income-support benefits as the country faces renewed pressure from COVID-19.