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Ontario residents bracing for mental health crisis triggered by COVID-19, poll suggests

TORONTO — A new poll from one of Canada's leading mental health organizations says Ontario residents are bracing for a mental health crisis triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Woman wounded in police involved shooting in Mississauga

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — A woman is in hospital following a police involved shooting Sunday night in Mississauga, Ont., just west of Toronto.

Police search for suspects in elementary school arson in Brampton, Ont.

BRAMPTON, Ont. — Police are looking for suspects accused of starting a fire at an elementary school in Brampton, Ont., and causing millions of dollars in damage. Peel regional police say they were called to St.
Ontario asks long-term care homes for plan to stem the spread of COVID-19

Ontario asks long-term care homes for plan to stem the spread of COVID-19

TORONTO — Ontario's government is asking its hardest-hit long-term care homes to come up with a plan to stabilize the spread of COVID-19 within their walls as the virus's growth continues to slow in the province at large.

Quebec reports 142 more COVID-19 deaths as Cargill plant reports outbreak

MONTREAL — Quebec reported its second-highest number of daily new COVID-19 deaths on Sunday, as 142 people succumbed to the virus. There were also 735 new cases, for a total of 37,721.

OPP charge driver for allegedly speeding at three times the speed limit on QEW

BURLINGTON, Ont. — Provincial police say they've charged a 19-year-old driver for allegedly speeding at 308 kilometres per hour on the Queen Elizabeth Way west of Toronto. Sgt.
Snowbirds resume cross-country flight after weather delay in Ontario

Snowbirds resume cross-country flight after weather delay in Ontario

TORONTO — The Snowbirds have resumed their cross-country salute to Canadians helping fight the spread of COVID-19 after wintry weather forced them to hold yesterday.
False-positive COVID-19 test results rare despite recent scares, experts say

False-positive COVID-19 test results rare despite recent scares, experts say

TORONTO — The spectre of headline-grabbing false-positive test results should not rattle the public's confidence in efforts to track COVID-19 in Canada, observers say.

Scores of cars congregate in Toronto before allegedly racing on highways

Toronto police are investigating after dozens of vehicles congregated in a parking lot before allegedly racing along nearby streets and highways. Const.

One man charged, another wanted in investigation into alleged kidnapping

PICKERING, Ont. — Police east of Toronto have charged one man and are searching for another accused of kidnapping victims, tying them up and forcing them to take money out of their bank accounts.