Toronto police, along with several other police services in Ontario, say they have successfully dismantled a criminal street gang, arresting more than 114 people who are now facing roughly 800 charges.
A new staff report is recommending that the city spend tens of millions of dollars on smart traffic signals and other technology in response to a “drastic shift” in commuting patterns since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Five million images of Canadian shoppers were collected without customers' knowledge through facial recognition software used by Cadillac Fairview, a parent company of malls across the country, according to an investigation by privacy officials.
York Region Public Health says at least 44 confirmed cases of COVID-19 have been linked to a wedding in Vaughan, becoming the second largest cluster of cases connected to such an event in the region.
Toronto is officially calling on the provincial government to place a temporary cap on commission taken by food delivery companies as restaurants struggle to stay afloat amid the second wave of COVID-19.
It's unlikely most Canadians will enjoy a holly jolly Christmas season of gatherings, carolling and travel, say public health experts who encourage those who revel in holiday traditions to accept more sacrifices ahead.
The Ontario government says it will now be making up to $1 billion in previously announced funding available for infrastructure projects in schools, long-term care homes, and municipalities as part of the COVID-19 Resilience infrastructure stream.