Some parents in Ontario are raising concerns about the three-ply cloth masks their children received from schools this week, saying the masks are too big and not protective enough against the highly-contagious Omicron variant.
A judge has denied a request to partially lift a publication ban in the case of a man accused of killing a Toronto police officer, but says the anticipated evidence "paints a very different picture" than what some politicians and the chief of police have said about the matter.
The Office of the Fire Marshal, which is tasked with investigating such fires in the province, says the numbers of both fatal fires and deaths have dipped compared to January of last year, but there are significantly more deaths than in January 2020.
Nearly two decades after customers started snaking outside of a women’s clothing store in Montreal – not to buy sweaters or jeans, but instead, seeking a tiny 200 square foot salad bar set in the back – Mandy’s Salads is coming to Toronto.
The fifth and latest COVID-19 wave driven by the Omicron variant may have reached its peak, says Canada’s top public health official, but hospitalizations and intensive care admissions, which lag behind infections, are still climbing.
Turmoil and confusion over whether truckers would remain exempt from the vaccine mandate last week stemmed from bureaucrats misinterpreting policy in more than one federal agency, including the one that co-ordinates Canada's response to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Canadian Press sources.
A new poll has found that nearly 60 per cent of Canadians are having a hard time providing enough food for their families.The poll from the Angus Reid Institute shows that 57 per cent of Canadians reported having a difficult time feeding their family recently, an increase from 36 per cent when the question was last asked in 2019.