The province is now expecting to receive 250,000 more doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine next week, a shipment that will be reserved for second shots as the province has suspended use of the vaccine until further notice.
With the current-stay-at-home order expected to be extended until at least June in Ontario, infectious disease experts are urging officials to reopen outdoor amenities as the weather warms, pointing to the low risk of transmission outside.
As the province prepares to ramp up its administration of mRNA vaccines through pharmacies, Ontarians who received the now-paused AstraZeneca shot as their first dose are waiting for guidance on how and when they’ll get their second jab.
The Ontario government failed to properly track billions of dollars in COVID-19 relief funds, including for high-profile programs like pay increases for front-line workers, an audit of pandemic-related health spending has found.
Toronto will receive $360 million in funding from the federal and provincial governments to move forward with the purchase of dozens of new streetcars from the same Thunder Bay plant that produced the city’s last problem-plagued order of the low-floor vehicles.
A provincial tribunal sided with a developer over the City of Toronto in its bid to build Rail Deck Park, saying the city should not have rejected a proposal by the developer to build a stretch of buildings in the space it sought for the park above a major rail corridor.
Lawyers for an off-duty Toronto police officer found guilty in a brutal assault on a young man challenged his conviction Wednesday, arguing the verdict was unreasonable in light of the evidence and issues with the victim's credibility.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau confirmed Tuesday that there will be enough COVID-19 vaccines coming into the country to offer every eligible and willing Canadian their first shot by this summer, and enough doses for everyone to be fully vaccinated 'by September.'