Hours after the Alberta government announced a pilot project that would allow international travellers to forgo the federally mandated two-week quarantine period for a rapid COVID-19 test, Ontario’s premier says he’s interested in doing the same.
U.S. President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden squared off Thursday night in their final debate, which stood as the trailing incumbent's best chance to change the race's trajectory with just 12 days until the election.
Ontario has received the entire first batch of rapid COVID-19 tests ordered by the federal government and Premier Doug Ford says that he believes the technology will be a "game-changer" in the fight against the disease caused by the novel coronavirus.
Ontario's premier insisted Thursday that a prominent social conservative wasn't getting special treatment while trying to turn a Christian college into a university, but critics said it was clear Doug Ford was using new legislation to reward one of his strongest and most controversial supporters.
Health Minister Christine Elliott is insisting that there is no flu shot shortage in Ontario, even as some doctors say that they care concerned about keeping up with the increased demand expected this year.
An anesthesiologist who sexually assaulted 21 sedated women during their surgeries at a north Toronto hospital will serve the remainder of his sentence in the community but is barred from contacting any of his victims.
The Toronto District School Board says that its virtual high school cannot accommodate any more students and it will now be up to individual principals to figure our how to provide online learning opportunities.
A trial for the man accused in the Toronto van attack is set to begin Nov. 9 and justice officials are still working out the logistics for the proceedings, which could take place via video conferencing due to COVID-19.
A day after surviving a confidence vote, the Liberals are facing a new Conservative challenge in proposing another committee deep dive into the federal government's COVID-19 response, but this showdown isn't likely to end in a snap election.
A suspect accused in a Brampton crash that left a mother and her three young children dead was fleeing from police at a high rate of speed just prior to the incident, Ontario’s police watchdog confirms.