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Ontario's police watchdog clears officer in pedestrian fatality in Midland, Ont.

Ontario's police watchdog says it has cleared a provincial police officer after a collision killed a pedestrian in late September.
Ontario to receive 53,000 Moderna COVID-19 vaccine doses by end of December

Ontario to receive 53,000 Moderna COVID-19 vaccine doses by end of December

TORONTO — Ontario says it expects to receive approximately 53,000 doses of the newly approved Moderna COVID-19 vaccine by the end this month.
Three Hamilton officers released from hospital after Tuesday stabbing

Three Hamilton officers released from hospital after Tuesday stabbing

Hamilton police say three officers stabbed by a man in crisis have been released from hospital. In a statement issued Wednesday, the force says the officers who were injured Tuesday are now recovering at home.
Police investigating string of arsons across two towns northeast of Montreal

Police investigating string of arsons across two towns northeast of Montreal

SOREL-TRACY, Que. — Quebec police are investigating a spate of arsons targeting businesses in two towns northeast of Montreal.

Rain over southern Ontario may turn to snow by Christmas: Environment Canada

TORONTO — A few days of rain might be followed by snow on Christmas Day in much of southern Ontario. Environment Canada has issued special weather statements for much of the region.

Snow, winter weather moving across northern Ontario Wednesday: Environment Canada

Significant snowfall over northern Ontario is expected to move west to east over the region starting Wednesday morning. Environment Canada has issued snowfall and winter weather warnings for much of the area.
Churches look for ways to evoke a true Christmas mass in COVID-19 pandemic

Churches look for ways to evoke a true Christmas mass in COVID-19 pandemic

TORONTO — Nothing captures the spirit of the holiday season quite like the glorious choirs at Christmas mass, and so it’s with a heavy heart that Remi Hebert is moving forward with a muted version this year.

Ontario to cut hydro rates, provide student funding during 28-day lockdown

TORONTO — Ontario says it will provide new financial assistance for residents during a provincewide lockdown that starts on Boxing Day. The province says it will cut hydro prices for 28 days, starting Jan.
Another daily COVID-19 infection record: Quebec reports 2,183 cases, 28 deaths

Another daily COVID-19 infection record: Quebec reports 2,183 cases, 28 deaths

MONTREAL — The leaders of Quebec's four main political parties came together on Tuesday to urge people to take public health rules seriously, as health authorities reported a single-day record of COVID-19 infections.

Ontario police watchdog charges former Peel detective with sexual assault

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — A former detective from Peel Region faces a sexual assault charge for an alleged incident in 1992. The Special Investigations Unit says a woman contacted Peel police in August. The SIU then took over the investigation.