The parents of a disabled teen who died in the care of an Ontario residential school for the blind say they're hopeful a newly called inquest into their son's death may protect a future generation of vulnerable students.
Statistics Canada says the economy in the first quarter had its worst showing since 2009 as steps taken to slow the spread of COVID-19 forced businesses across the country to close their doors and lay off workers.
A dentist based in Burlington, Ont. says dental offices looking to reopen to the public Monday won’t offer non-essential services like cleaning, based on the latest information sent out by the regulatory college that oversees the doctors.
A man found guilty of sexually abusing his stepdaughter decades ago has been granted a new trial after Ontario's top court found the judge improperly relied on evidence to support the complainant's testimony.
Video released by Toronto-area police shows the moment a 34-year-old father was arrested for impaired driving after he was spotted allegedly "swerving like crazy" with his four-year-old daughter in the backseat.
Some municipalities fear they are stuck in the middle of a lingering stand-off between the federal and Ontario governments over an aid package for hard-hit civic services, as an urgent request for financial help goes unanswered.
If physical distancing measures in Ontario are relaxed too much without improved efforts to limit the spread of COVID-19, the virus could rapidly overwhelm intensive-care units beyond their capacity, according to new modelling data.