The Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) has issued preliminary guidelines detailing what Canadians can expect to do this summer and fall with fewer pandemic restrictions, all dependent on whether the country can meet its vaccine targets.
Historically, Ontario has a troubled past with long weekends in the context of COVID-19. Even with a stay-at-home order in place through the upcoming Victoria Day long weekend, experts say we could still see a spike.
The city has announced a series of interconnected moves that will allow it to relocate a downtown fire station and use the sale of the land that it stands on to help pay for a much needed new park nearby.
A Toronto cosmetic surgeon and self-styled social media influencer will be unable to practice medicine for six months after a disciplinary committee found he committed "multifaceted and longstanding" violations of patient privacy.
The city has confirmed that all major events in Toronto this summer, including the Caribbean Carnival and the Canadian National Exhibition, will once again be cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford has announced that the provincewide stay-at-home-order will be extended for an additional two weeks, saying the move will help deliver the "most normal July and August possible."
The presidents of two Ontario teachers’ unions are criticizing Premier Doug Ford after he made comments Thursday alleging that labour leaders are the reason why schools remain closed to in-person learning.
At Ontario Premier Doug Ford’s announcement of the two week extension to the provincewide stay-home-order, he said this time will be dedicated to vaccinating as many teachers and students as possible.
As the province prepares to expand vaccine eligibility to Ontarians as young as 12, some experts are calling for elderly populations to receive their second doses before young people receive their first.