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Despite promises of an "iron ring" around Ontario's long-term care homes, the second wave of COVID-19 has brought hundreds of cases and deaths among their elderly residents.
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Toronto council is urging Premier Doug Ford's government to abandon plans for controversial changes to Ontario's child-care regulations.
Emergency services responded to an apparent explosion at a Woodbine Avenue House that happened just after 5 p.m. Nov. 27.
Man suffered broken bones as Toronto officers rescued kidnap victim
Ontario has launched new COVID-19 rapid tests it says will significantly improve screening for the virus in high-transmission settings and remote areas of the province.
TORONTO -- A historic stone cottage in Toronto's west-end is surrounded by protesters, construction equipment and police officers Saturday afternoon as the property could soon be demolished despite a pending application to the city's heritage register.
Birch Cliff in southwest Scarborough faces big questions about its future as development arrives, and to the east, Cliffside and Cliffcrest aren't far behind.
Ontario will provide $13.6 million to be split between schools in four regions of the province recently designated COVID-19 red zones, Premier Doug Ford announced on Nov. 26.