Two weeks after Ontario imposed sweeping public health measures in an effort to blunt the rapid spread of COVID-19 due to the Omicron variant, the province’s minister of health says that cases of the virus are expected to peak in the next several days.
Five Toronto secondary schools are closed for in-person learning for a third consecutive day after a contractor hired to remove snow from the properties did not complete the job, the Toronto District School Board says.
Peel police have issued a warrant for an alleged impaired driver who was charged this past summer in connection with a hit-and-run collision in Brampton that left a 59-year-old man dead and two others injured.
Toronto's top doctor says that the city is now seeing some "initial indicators" that the level of COVID-19 infection may have plateaued locally but she is warning against lifting public health restrictions too quickly.
A union representing TTC workers is calling for a new policy that could temporarily halt service during some major snow events after more than 500 buses were left stranded on the roads during Monday’s storm.
The family of the late Rodger Kotanko is filing a civil lawsuit against Toronto Police Service (TPS) after they claim officers unlawfully executed a search warrant and used excessive force when they fatally shot the 70-year-old gunsmith last November.
Several trucks and cars remain stuck in mounds of snow, some transit services continue to face disruption and schools are pivoting their plans in the aftermath of Toronto’s largest snowstorm in years.