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One person injured in shooting in Scarborough
One person has been shot and injured in Scarborough, Toronto police say.
The shooting occurred in the area of Markham and Ellesmere roads Wednesday evening.
COVID-19 outbreaks declared at 5 more Toronto schools
An additional five schools in Toronto are experiencing an outbreak of COVID-19, Toronto Public Health officials say.
2-year-old child in stroller seriously injured after being hit by vehicle in Brampton
A two-year-old child in a stroller has been seriously injured after being struck by the driver of a vehicle in Brampton late Wednesday afternoon.
Video tells story of Black TTC rider's violent arrest, Crown says in officer's assault trial
Warning: This story contains graphic content that may be disturbing to some readers/viewers.
Yonge North subway alignment tweaked so that tunnel travels under fewer homes in one Toronto neighbourhood
The proposed alignment for the Yonge North subway extension has been altered in response to feedback from residents in a Thornhill neighbourhood who were concerned about the tunnel running underneath their homes.
Online OHIP card renewal only available to Ontarians with a driver's licence, health experts call on province to address inequities
Healthcare experts are calling on the province to address inequities in Ontario's online OHIP card renewal requirements.
TDSB to consider censure of trustee who slammed resource package that included links to antisemitic material
A Toronto District School Board trustee is facing possible censure for speaking out in a 'discriminatory' way against a packet of information distributed to some teachers which in part included links to websites promoting antisemitism and terrorism.
More than a dozen wild boars spotted roaming in Pickering, Ont. captured and euthanized
Over a dozen wild boars spotted roaming east of Toronto in early November have been captured and euthanized, government officials say.
Vehicle crashes into river, floating near brink of Niagara Falls
An emergency operation is underway after a car crashed into Niagara River and is floating dangerously close to the edge of Niagara Falls.
Judge upholds Ontario rules limiting third-party election ad spending
An Ontario judge has upheld the province's restrictions on third-party election advertising, ruling the measures do not infringe on voters' right to meaningfully participate in the election process.