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Ontario's COVID-19 second-wave strategy to be outlined Tuesday: Ford

Ontario's COVID-19 second-wave strategy to be outlined Tuesday: Ford

TORONTO — Premier Doug Ford says he will release Ontario's plan to deal with a second wave of COVID-19 tomorrow. Ford has been promising the strategy for several weeks as virus case counts have steadily increased.

Charges laid against two suspects in Nipigon, Ont., kidnapping and assault case

NIPIGON, Ont. — Police say they have arrested two of four suspects after a man was abducted and assaulted with a gun in the town of Nipigon, Ont., last week.
Worker dies after hit and run at construction site northeast of Montreal

Worker dies after hit and run at construction site northeast of Montreal

STE-EULALIE, Que. — A construction worker is dead after he was hit by a driver early Monday morning who allegedly fled the scene at a work site northeast of Montreal.

Airbnb suspends more than 40 listings across Ontario for hosting parties

Airbnb says it has suspended more than 40 listings across Ontario as part of its effort to crack down on party houses. The short-term rental website says the suspensions are part of its 2019 policy change to ban parties at properties.

Ontario reports 365 new COVID-19 cases in past 24 hours, one new death

The steady rise in Ontario's COVID-19 caseload continued on Sunday, though at a slightly slower pace than the previous two days, when diagnoses reached levels not seen for months.
Montreal and Quebec City move to orange 'moderate alert' COVID-19 level

Montreal and Quebec City move to orange 'moderate alert' COVID-19 level

MONTREAL — Quebec is imposing tighter restrictions on public and private indoor gatherings in Montreal and Quebec City, among other parts of the province, Health Minister Christian Dube said Sunday evening, after a recent increase in COVID-19 cases.

Police intervene after hundreds pack Ancaster, Ont., parking lot for event

Officers who broke up a massive gathering in a Hamilton parking lot hours after the provincial government tried to clamp down on such events won't hesitate to lay charges in the case, police warned Sunday as they announced an investigation was underw

Peel police still investigating Brampton incident after false alarm

BRAMPTON, Ont. — Police west of Toronto say they have identified three women, rather than a woman and two men, allegedly involved in an incident that was initially investigated as an abduction.
'Kind of inevitable': Western U. students react to COVID-19 outbreaks

'Kind of inevitable': Western U. students react to COVID-19 outbreaks

LONDON, Ont. — Western University campus was quiet and mostly deserted Saturday morning — typical at the London, Ont.

SIU launches probe after missing Vancouver man dies of gunshot wound in Ontario

DRYDEN, Ont. — Ontario's police watchdog says it's investigating the death of a 24-year-old Vancouver man in northwestern Ontario. The Special Investigations Unit says provincial police began a missing person's investigation on Sept.