Ontario Premier Doug Ford defends recent disappearance from public life | CBC News
Ontario Premier Doug Ford defended his recent absence from public life on Wednesday when he spoke to reporters at his first news conference in three weeks.
Blue Jays place Breyvic Valera on COVID-related injured list | CBC Sports
The Toronto Blue Jays placed infielder Breyvic Valera on the COVID-related injured list on Wednesday and recalled infielder Kevin Smith from triple-A Buffalo.
Maple Leafs open training camp eager to move past playoff failures | CBC Sports
Kyle Dubas heard the outside noise clamouring for off-season change.
Ontario NDP apologizes for ad that mistook Tory legislators for each other
TORONTO -- Ontario's New Democrats are apologizing for a social media advertisement that mistook one Progressive Conservative legislator for another.
Two people injured in daylight shooting in Brampton
TORONTO -- Two people have been injured after shots were fired in Brampton.
Officers were called to a home in the area of Countryside Drive and Airport Road Wednesday afternoon at around 4:47 p.m..
3rd person charged in alleged $11M scheme to defraud Ontario COVID-19 relief fund | CBC News
A third person is facing criminal charges in connection with an alleged embezzlement scheme that is said to have defrauded $11 million in COVID-19 relief funds from the Ontario government.
Vote counting continues in 13 ridings still too close to call | CBC News
Vote counting continues in 13 ridings still too close to call | CBC News Loaded
Ontario NDP apologizes for ad that mistook Tory legislators for each other | CBC News
Ontario's New Democrats have apologized for a social media advertisement that mistook one Progressive Conservative legislator for another.
Medical exemptions to Ontario's vaccine passport system should be exceedingly rare, doctors warn
TORONOT -- As the province's vaccine certificate program takes effect in non-essential businesses, doctors are warning that there are very few legitimate medical exemptions to the COVID-19 vaccine-and notes excusing Ontarians from receiving it should be "vanishingly rare."
After Monday's vote, the federal Conservative caucus will be 95 per cent white | CBC News
Only six of the Conservative candidates leading or elected in 119 ridings across the country are Black, Indigenous or a person of colour (BIPOC) - a share of the total that's even lower now that it was before the election because some Conservative incumbents lost their seats.