A new pilot program funded by the federal government will offer free menstrual products to low-income and marginalized communities as the cost of living continues to climb and more people across Canada are forced to make difficult choices between food and other essentials.
The province’s integrity commissioner says there are insufficient grounds to warrant an inquiry into whether Premier Doug Ford’s interactions with developers during two Ford family events were a violation of the Members’ Integrity Act.
Members of the Indo-Canadian community are reeling after the Indian government suspended visa services for citizens of Canada, upending travel plans for those set on visiting the country but now caught in the crossfire of a diplomatic blowup.
One person is dead following a shooting in Oshawa. Durham police said early Thursday that they responded to an address on Albert Street for reports of a shooting. A male victim was subsequently found dead at the scene, police said.
The TTC says subway service has resumed on Line 1 after nearly half the line was shut down due to a signal problem during the early morning rush. The TTC said there was no subway service between Vaughan and St. Andrew stations due to a signal problem and shuttle buses were operating between Vaughan Metropolitan Centre and St George Station to replace regular service.
Kevin Gausman tossed six shutout innings, outpitching Michael King as they traded strikeouts all night, and the Toronto Blue Jays beat the New York Yankees 6-1 on Wednesday for their fifth consecutive victory.