The Ontario government says it is aware of potential counterfeit N95 masks within the provincial personal protective equipment (PPE) stockpile, including some that were distributed to health-care providers.
Ontario officials are welcoming the approval of AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine, saying it will speed up the timeline for rolling out vaccinations in the province, even though it might not be distributed to people over 65.
A missing person investigation that has so far led police to shoot a man dead in a downtown Toronto apartment tower and charge a second man with indignity to a body is now a homicide investigation, with detectives saying they are conducting DNA testing to identify human remains they have found.
A vaccine distribution strategy that prioritizes older residents in Ontario’s hardest-hit neighbourhoods could save the lives of nearly 170 people between now and the end of May, according to a new brief prepared by the province’s COVID-19 science table.
A woman credited for pushing two children out of harm’s way as a vehicle reversed onto the sidewalk in Toronto’s Corso Italia neighbourhood has undergone three surgeries on her road to recovery, friends say.
Ontario's explanation that ongoing tests are delaying the launch of its vaccine-booking web portal doesn't carry water for experts, who said Thursday that the province should have begun those trials months ago.
Two Brampton parents have been charged after border officials allegedly found more than 100 kilograms of drugs hidden in their luggage and one of their children’s suitcases at Toronto Pearson airport earlier this month.
Highly-contagious COVID-19 variants are expected to make up about 40 per cent of all cases by the second week of March, new modelling data suggests, leading to a likely increase in daily infections and hospitalizations.