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Minister push back against coronavirus stigma in Toronto's Chinatown

Minister push back against coronavirus stigma in Toronto's Chinatown

TORONTO — The federal health minister and her Ontario counterpart are urging people not to give in to misinformation and stigma surrounding the novel coronavirus.

One person dies in Monday evening snowmobile crash in Ethel, Ont.

HURON COUNTY, Ont. — One person has died after two snowmobiles collided in East Huron on Monday evening. Police say the crash took place on the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs trail section near the hamlet of Ethel, Ont., around 8:45 p.m.
Canada losing head start on 'virtual' health care: task force

Canada losing head start on 'virtual' health care: task force

OTTAWA — Canadians are making unnecessary visits to their doctors' offices and hospitals as the public health-care system lags behind other countries and the private sector in "virtual" care, according to a task force led by the Canadian Medical Asso

One person dies in Monday evening snowmobile crash in Ethel, Ont.

HURON COUNTY, Ont. — Police say they are investigating a fatal snowmobile crash in southwestern Ontario. Huron County Ontario Provincial Police say they responded to a report of a crash involving two snowmobiles in Ethel, on Monday around 8:45 p.m.

Man charged with second-degree murder in stabbing was victim's ex: police

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Police say a man charged in the fatal stabbing of a woman in Mississauga, Ont., was her ex. Peel Regional police say they were called to a home just before 12:30 p.m. on Sunday and found a woman with stab wounds.

Ontario launches project to let paramedics treat palliative patients on scene

OTTAWA — Ontario is launching a new pilot project that will allow paramedics to treat palliative care patients on scene for symptoms, rather than being obligated to take them to hospital.
Feels like rom-con artist 'raped' her, stole her future, victim tells court

Feels like rom-con artist 'raped' her, stole her future, victim tells court

TORONTO — A romance con-artist deserves at least six years in prison for defrauding a woman of hundreds of thousands of dollars, leaving her feeling broken and suicidal, his sentencing hearing was told on Monday.

Several rounds of strikes for Ontario schools this week

TORONTO — Schools across Ontario will see several rounds of strikes this week, in the elementary, secondary and French systems, as teachers try to put pressure on the government during stalled contract talks.

Man, 26, facing 16 charges over alleged sexual relationship with minor

LONDON, Ont. — A 26-year-old man from London, Ont., is facing more than a dozen charges in an alleged child exploitation case.
Montreal commuter train line blocked in solidarity with B.C. pipeline protest

Montreal commuter train line blocked in solidarity with B.C. pipeline protest

Demonstrators south of Montreal are blocking a commuter train line into the city in solidarity with protesters opposed to a pipeline project in northwestern B.C.