Premier Doug Ford said that Ontario is so much "better prepared" for a potential second wave of COVID-19 as he once again compared his government’s response to COVID-19 to the “reckless” approach south of the border.
The Ontario government is eliminating the controversial practice of birth alerts, where hospitals are notified by children’s aid societies when they believe a newborn baby may be in need of protection.
Two companies from Guelph, Ont. specializing in building engineering and genetics have come together to form Songbird Life Science, a COVID-19 testing and health-protection service with a goal to help businesses reopen amid the pandemic.
Canada's deputy public health officer says the federal government would be having "a different conversation" with the Toronto Blue Jays about playing regular-season games at Rogers Centre if the United States and Canada were at similar stages in controlling the COVID-19 pandemic.
A 48-year-old man allegedly defrauded the public of more than $100,000 by accessing the banking information of Toronto-area businesses he sold point of sales (POS) machines to over the span of three years.
The City of Toronto has saved hundreds of millions of dollars through a series of cuts but still faces a shortfall of $1.35 billion and may have to implement a series of “grim strategies” to balance its budget as early as later this summer, Mayor John Tory says.
Nearly all businesses, including gyms, movie theatres and indoor dining, can reopen on Friday in parts of Ontario, except for the Toronto-area and a few other regions, as the province enters Stage 3 through a regional approach.