The top public health official in York Region says that he does not believe further restrictions are necessary to curb the spread of COVID-19 in his community, even though some indicators now point to the region being in worse shape than Toronto was when it was placed under a lockdown last month.
As Toronto continues to report new COVID-19 case numbers by the hundreds on a daily basis, Mayor John Tory was asked Wednesday if the city would consider implementing a curfew to help curb the spread of the disease.
When an Oshawa, Ont. man heard that the Bank of Canada was taking several older bills out of circulation in the new year, including the $1,000 bill, he decided to deposit two of them he had been holding onto.
A teen boy told police he was warned not to "snitch" after being sexually assaulted by a group of fellow students at a renowned Toronto high school, and feared for his safety if he reported what happened, court heard Thursday.