MEPs back tougher proposed rules on targeted ads and more
Analysis The European Parliament has adopted a set of amendments to the Digital Services Act (DSA) that makes the pending legislation even more protective of personal privacy and requires businesses to give greater consideration to advertising technology, respecting user choice, and web design.
Scarborough restaurant searches for customer in viral video who braved Monday's snowstorm
The owner of a Scarborough restaurant is searching for a customer who braved the snowstorm on Monday, hoping to get food, only to be brought down to their knees because it was closed.
Ontario man who thought he won $1,458 on sports bet shocked by reason he won't get the prize
An Ontario man who recently bet $2 on a long shot and thought he won $1,458 by predicting the outcome of three hockey games was shocked when he was told he didn't actually win.
Toronto senior police officer faces 7 professional misconduct charges
A Toronto police superintendent is facing seven non-criminal charges for professional misconduct, becoming the second high-ranking officer in a week's span to have charges laid against them.
One person dead after daylight shooting in Oshawa
One male is dead after a shooting in Oshawa on Friday afternoon.
Police say that the male was rushed to hospital with gunshot wounds but was pronounced dead some time later.
Ontario clinic accidently gives people six doses of COVID-19 vaccine in one shot
A 75-year-old man is among multiple people in Ontario who say they were accidently given the equivalent of six doses of the COVID-19 vaccine while getting their booster shot.
Some parents say students in Ontario received ill-fitted masks upon return to schools
Some parents in Ontario are raising concerns about the three-ply cloth masks their children received from schools this week, saying the masks are too big and not protective enough against the highly-contagious Omicron variant.
Family releases statement after three brothers die in Brampton, Ont. house fire
The three boys killed in a townhouse fire in Brampton, Ont. on Thursday have been identified by their family and are being remembered as a "delightfully rambunctious bunch" who were kind and caring.
City crews to begin hauling away snow from some local Toronto roads this weekend
The city's storm cleanup efforts are expected to "ramp up considerably" this weekend as crews begin to haul away snow from some local roads.
More multiple-death fires in Ontario this year: Office of the Fire Marshal
The Office of the Fire Marshal, which is tasked with investigating such fires in the province, says the numbers of both fatal fires and deaths have dipped compared to January of last year, but there are significantly more deaths than in January 2020.