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Belleville restaurant's liquor licence suspended over alleged breach of COVID rules

BELLEVILLE, Ont. — The Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario has suspended the liquor licence of a Belleville, Ont., restaurant it says has not been following COVID-19 health measures.

Woman found injured in east Toronto home dies in hospital; man arrested

TORONTO — Police say a woman who was found injured in an east Toronto home early this morning has died. Investigators say the woman was found with "trauma to her body" shortly after 3 a.m. They say she was taken to hospital, where she died.

Man charged with drunk driving after fatal crash in Lakeshore, Ont.

LAKESHORE, ONTARIO, CANADA — A 55-year-old man has been charged with drunk driving causing death after a two-vehicle crash in Lakeshore, Ont., on Wednesday evening.

Two kids sent to hospital with minor injuries after school bus crash

KINGSVILLE, ONTARIO, CANADA — A school bus driver was charged after a crash that sent two students on board to hospital with minor injuries on Thursday morning.
Ontario to eliminate streamed courses in Grade 9 starting next September

Ontario to eliminate streamed courses in Grade 9 starting next September

TORONTO — Ontario will eliminate the practice of academic "streaming" for students entering high school next September. Deputy Education Minister Nancy Naylor outlined the planned changes to Grade 9 courses in a memo to school boards.
Ontario Remembrance Day ceremony highlights Afghanistan, pandemic service

Ontario Remembrance Day ceremony highlights Afghanistan, pandemic service

TORONTO — A crowd returned to the grounds of Ontario's legislature on Thursday for the second Remembrance Day of the pandemic, with speakers highlighting the service of Canadian soldiers in conflicts abroad and at home during the fight against COVID-

Ontario reports 642 new cases of COVID-19, five added deaths

TORONTO — Ontario reported 642 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, the highest single-day increase in more than a month. The jump in cases -- which hasn't been so big since Oct.

Male doctors disproportionately refer patients to male surgeons: study

TORONTO — Male doctors disproportionately refer patients to male surgeons over similarly qualified and experienced female surgeons, a study from a Toronto hospital suggests.
Ford says pit bull ban not changing, expresses sympathy for boy bitten by dog

Ford says pit bull ban not changing, expresses sympathy for boy bitten by dog

Ontario's pit bull ban isn't going to change at the moment, Premier Doug Ford said Wednesday as he expressed sympathy for a teen bitten by a dog whose case had earlier drawn his attention.
Ford shows support for controversial Highway 413 with campaign-style route visit

Ford shows support for controversial Highway 413 with campaign-style route visit

CALEDON, Ont. — Ontario Premier Doug Ford doubled down on his support for another controversial Greater Toronto Area highway project that's mired in environmental concerns and uncertainty over its economic and social benefits.