Just before 1 a.m., Danny Adiev arrives at his restaurant in Toronto’s east-end to start chopping. But he’s not preparing for the loyal brunch crowd at Chew Chew’s Diner, he’s cooking for Toronto’s homeless community, nourishing up to 600 stomachs every week.
Ontario's rising COVID-19 infection curve is a continuation of the fourth wave that started earlier in September, and not the start of a fifth wave, the province's top doctor said Thursday as he warned that the upward trend would continue.
Medical officer of health Dr. Piotr Oglaza has issued a Section 22 class order, implementing indoor social gathering restrictions in private dwellings within Kingston, Frontenac, and Lennox and Addington.
All Toronto District School Board students ages 12 and up must be fully vaccinated to take part in competitive winter sports, including basketball, hockey, and swimming, the school board confirmed Friday.
Charges have been dropped against a group of people the RCMP accused of using a helicopter to ferry duffel bags of marijuana across the U.S. border -- but now two of them are fighting to keep their helicopter.
Ontario’s top public health official says that it would be “putting the cart before the horse” to extend vaccination requirements to children aged five to 11, given that COVID-19 vaccines were only recently approved for use in the age group.