Premier Doug Ford will no longer be present at the Ontario government's announcement in Brampton today due to an "unexpected, but non-COVID-related, non-urgent, medical appointment," according to a spokesperson for the premier's office.
One of the city’s largest food banks has had to cancel all of its planned holiday food drive events due to the COVID-19 pandemic and is now placing its hopes in the generosity of Torontonians as it embarks on the momentous challenge of trying to collect 400,000 pounds of food through individual donations alone.
Alek Minassian has the same "dissociative quality" of someone playing a video game when he "completely dispassionately" talks about killing 10 people and injuring 16 others in the Toronto van attack, the defence's key witness told the court Tuesday.
Toronto’s top doctor is urging residents to stay vigilant in adhering to public health measures as the city recorded the highest number of new COVID-19 cases since the beginning of the pandemic on Monday.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed many aspects of daily life, and experts say Canadians can also expect it to alter their office Christmas parties this year with many companies shifting to online celebrations or outdoor gatherings.
While Alek Minassian falls "well below the cut off" of being a psychopath, his lack of remorse for carrying out the deadly Toronto van attack is consistent with psychopathy, the defence's key witness told the court on Monday.
NDP MPPs are calling on the Ford government to conduct widespread COVID-19 testing at all schools in the province’s hardest hit neighbourhoods after asymptomatic testing at an East York elementary school unearthed 19 previously undetected infections.
A portion of the Line 1 subway will be closed down for signal work for nearly 10 days as the TTC works to accelerate the installation of a new signal system during a time when ridership is down significantly due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment says it is cutting the salaries of up to one quarter of its full-time staff, and extending salary reductions for senior management and executives to deal with the financial impact of COVID-19.
The federal government is unveiling a new round of financial supports to respond to the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic in Canada, as the latest projections show the national deficit is projected to hit a new high: at least $381.6 billion this fiscal year.