Toronto’s mayor is supporting a motion that asks the provincial government to cap commission fees for food delivery service companies, adding that it’s “one piece of the puzzle” in keeping restaurants afloat during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The federal Liberals saw their share of the vote drop in two Toronto byelections Monday, a humbling result for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in the first electoral test of his government's handling of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A non-profit organization that represents people who say they have been wrongfully accused of a crime is calling for an independent review of police action surrounding the 36-year murder investigation of nine-year-old Christine Jessop.
Ontario's largest municipalities are asking the federal and provincial governments to provide an immediate funding boost for infrastructure projects, saying cities need the help to stimulate economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Toronto’s top doctor says she believes the city hasn’t seen the full impact of tighter restrictions imposed by the Ontario government more than two weeks ago to curb the spread of the virus, as cases continue to trend upwards across the province.
The head of Ontario’s hospital lobby is calling for a Niagara PC MPP to be punished after he was seen in pictures at a banquet hall standing shoulder to shoulder with dozens of other people without wearing masks.
The Ontario government appears to have backed down from placing additional restrictions on Halton Region for now with Premier Doug Ford telling reporters that the lack of support among local politicians makes it a “unique situation.”