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Ontario woman says botched driveway sealing job makes house look like 'bomb exploded'
TORONTO -- An Ontario woman whose home was left a mess after a botched driveway sealing job said "it looked a bomb exploded" on her property.
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..
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."
'I'm hoping it plays out smoothly': Toronto businesses react to vaccine passport rollout
TORONTO -- It was a busy lunch-hour at Hone Fitness on St. Clair Avenue West, despite new requirements that each member produce documents proving they're fully vaccinated.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford wants to pursue child-care deal with re-elected Liberal government
TORONTO -- Ontario Premier Doug Ford says he wants to make a child-care deal with the federal government.
Former Liberal candidate elected in Spadina- Fort York confirms he will represent riding in Ottawa
TORONTO -- The former Liberal candidate elected in Spadina- Fort York has confirmed he intends to represent the riding in Ottawa despite calls for him to step aside amid allegations of sexual assault.
Doug Ford warns re-elected PM Justin Trudeau that he will be on 'front line' making sure he keeps promises
TORONTO -- One month after criticizing Justin Trudeau for calling an "unnecessary election" during the fourth wave of the pandemic, Ontario Premier Doug Ford congratulated the newly re-elected prime minister, adding that he will be on the "front line" making sure he fulfills his campaign promises.
Man charged with murder in death of Toronto police officer released on bail
TORONTO -- A Toronto man charged with the alleged murder of a Toronto police officer in July has been released on bail.
Mississauga, Ont. man sentenced to 11 years in prison for involvement in international money laundering scheme
TORONTO -- A Mississauga, Ont.