Loretta Traynor and her only surviving son Sam opened up about their grief and shared happy memories of their four murdered family members who were "taken too soon, too violently, and without warning."
A "complete stranger" approached a 45-year-old man from behind as he was waiting for a ride to work outside his Toronto apartment last month and killed him with a single bullet, police said while announcing a first-degree murder charge in the case.
People seeking COVID-19 tests in the Toronto area this week are reporting hours-long waits at assessment centres, with one mom in Mississauga, Ont. sitting in her car for six and a half hours before getting a test.
Halton police have arrested two people and have issued warrants for two others in connection with the kidnapping and murder of an innocent 16-year-old Brampton boy who they say was targeted solely because of his friendship with a man that was involved in an “ongoing dispute” with the suspects.
Public Safety Minister Bill Blair says executives of an American supply company did not receive quarantine exemptions from the Canadian government and 'should not have been permitted' to enter the country.
The arrival of COVID-19 has taken the concept of telemedicine from a pipe dream to a fixture across Ontario, with many doctors expressing the hope that the change is here to stay long beyond the pandemic.
As countries around the world start re-imposing coronavirus restrictions amid spikes in new cases, Canadian politicians and health officials are warning that parts of the country may soon enter a second shutdown.