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Sudbury, Ont., pharmacy worker charged with forging fentanyl patch prescriptions

SUDBURY, Ont. — A Sudbury, Ont., woman faces 14 charges after allegedly forging hundreds of fentanyl prescriptions over two years. City police say they began investigating in May 2018 after receiving a complaint from one of her pharmacy co-workers.

London, Ont., police seek 2 men, arrest woman in alleged human trafficking case

LONDON, Ont. — Police in London, Ont., say they've arrested a woman and are looking for two men in an alleged human trafficking case. Investigators say the victim met the men through the woman and was forced into the sex trade for about three weeks.

Woman charged with orchestrating bomb threat at her workplace in Fergus, Ont.

FERGUS, Ont. — Provincial police have arrested a woman they allege orchestrated a bomb threat at her own workplace in Fergus, Ont. OPP say someone found a note in the building claiming there was a bomb in the business in mid-November.
Ontario high school teachers hold another one-day strike, but new talks planned

Ontario high school teachers hold another one-day strike, but new talks planned

TORONTO — Public high school teachers at nine Ontario school boards held a one-day strike Wednesday — the second in as many weeks — as the province and union agreed to return to the bargaining table.

Twenty-two-year veteran of Peel regional police charged with sexual assault

BRAMPTON, Ont. — Police west of Toronto say they've charged one of their own with sexual assault.

One man dead after being struck by pickup truck in Haldimand County, Ont.

HALDIMAND COUNTY, Ont. — Provincial police say a man is dead after he was hit by a pickup truck on a highway in southern Ontario. The incident happened just after 12:30 a.m.

One man dead after car collides with bus in Mississauga, Ont.

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Police west of Toronto say one man is dead after his car crashed into the back of a bus. Peel Regional Police say the incident happened just before 6:15 p.m. in Mississauga, Ont.

No deal ahead of one-day teachers strike as rhetoric ramps up

TORONTO — Ontario's high school teachers and the provincial government dialed up attacks rather than labour negotiations on Tuesday, all but assuring that a midnight strike that promises to shutter schools in Toronto and other regions will go ahead.

Students taken to hospital, Toronto-area school evacuated after spray released

BRAMPTON, Ont. — Police say 18 staff and students of a high school west of Toronto had to deal with irritated eyes and throats on Tuesday after someone allegedly released an unidentified spray in the cafeteria.

Four, including 3 brothers, charged in alleged major solar farm construction fraud

Provincial police say three brothers are among those facing charges in a multimillion-dollar fraud involving three government-funded solar energy projects across the province. Det. Const.