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SIU looking to speak to another witness in death of Regis Korchinski-Paquet

SIU looking to speak to another witness in death of Regis Korchinski-Paquet

TORONTO — Ontario's police watchdog says it's looking to speak to another witness in its investigation into the death of a Toronto woman who fell from her balcony while police were in her apartment.

Red panda gives birth to two healthy cubs at Toronto Zoo earlier this week

TORONTO — The Toronto Zoo says a two-year-old red panda named Ila gave birth to two healthy cubs earlier this week. The zoo says it is the first time a red panda has been pregnant there in 24 years.

Suspended B.C. Mountie facing voyeurism and sexual assault charges in Ottawa

OTTAWA — Police say a suspended Mountie from Richmond, B.C., faces voyeurism and sexual assault charges in Ottawa.
Ontario will receive $7 billion of federal pandemic recovery package

Ontario will receive $7 billion of federal pandemic recovery package

Ontario Premier Doug Ford's frustration with a perceived lack of COVID-19 recovery funds flowing from the federal government turned to praise on Thursday as he learned the province would be receiving a $7 billion portion of a national aid package.

Man charged for tirade when asked to wear mask at supermarket west of Toronto

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Police say they've charged a 48-year-old man who allegedly made disparaging remarks about staff at a supermarket in Mississauga, Ont., after being asked to wear a mask.

Protesters rally outside Toronto police headquarters on final day of consultations

TORONTO — Mask-wearing protesters spilled onto the street outside Toronto police headquarters on Thursday as the body that oversees the force held its fourth and final town hall on police reform.
Quebec premier says bars could close following recent increase in COVID-19 cases

Quebec premier says bars could close following recent increase in COVID-19 cases

MONTREAL — Quebec Premier Francois Legault said Thursday he is concerned by the rise in COVID-19 infections as the province reported the highest single-day increase in confirmed cases since June.

Peel officer charged criminally for shooting woman; has quit service

TORONTO — A police officer who shot and wounded a Black woman after a domestic call on Mother's Day in Mississauga, Ont., has been charged with criminal negligence and other offences, the province's Special Investigations Unit said on Thursday.
Study links good health-care in Canada to higher COVID-19 death rate

Study links good health-care in Canada to higher COVID-19 death rate

TORONTO — Heart researchers say there's a surprising reason Canada has seen higher COVID-19 deaths than many countries with fewer health-care resources — more Canadians live longer with chronic disease, putting them at greater risk of dying from COVI
Legault optimistic Quebecers living near N.B. border will be allowed to cross

Legault optimistic Quebecers living near N.B. border will be allowed to cross

CARLETON, Que. — Quebec Premier Francois Legault says he is optimistic an agreement can be reached to allow Quebecers living near the border with New Brunswick to cross into the Maritime province.