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Magnitude 3.3 earthquake felt in Montreal early Friday morning

MONTREAL — Earthquakes Canada has reported a magnitude 3.3 earthquake that was lightly felt on the island of Montreal early this morning.

One person shot aboard public transit bus in Brampton, Ont., police say

BRAMPTON, Ont. — Peel regional police say someone has been shot on a public transit bus in Brampton, Ont. They say the male victim was being taken to hospital, but his condition is unknown. Police say the shooting happened at about 6:30 p.m.

Teachers' unions move ahead with job action despite new government offer

TORONTO — Ontario's premier ramped up criticisms of the province's teachers on Thursday, demanding they resume regular work even as major unions forged ahead with widespread strikes.
Tips for better handwashing: lather longer and skip the hand dryer

Tips for better handwashing: lather longer and skip the hand dryer

TORONTO — The internet is awash in lists of things that many of us get wrong on a regular basis: the way we peel bananas, the direction we hang toilet paper, the way we fold clothes.

No injuries as freight train derails in industrial area of Kingston, Ont.

KINGSTON, Ont. — Police say crews are still working to repair and remove parts of a train that derailed in an industrial area of Kingston, Ont., on Wednesday.

Clinical aide charged in alleged sexual assaults at St. Michael's Hospital

TORONTO — A clinical aide has been charged in alleged sexual assaults on two patients at Toronto's St. Michael's Hospital.

New offer moves parties closer, teachers' union says, but strikes still planned

TORONTO — The union representing Ontario's public high school teachers said Wednesday that the education minister's capitulation on class sizes and e-learning moves the parties closer, but it didn't commit to returning to the bargaining table.

Ontario paramedics warn of ambulance delays and increasing call volumes

TORONTO — Increasing call volumes and off-loading delays at hospitals are creating ambulance shortages, the union representing paramedics with 22 municipal services in Ontario said Wednesday, calling for more funding to address the situation.

Ontario man charged after DNA testing in historical sexual assault in Edmonton

EDMONTON — A 66-year-old Ontario man has been charged in a sexual assault reported in Edmonton nearly four decades ago. Police say they responded to a call around 3:30 a.m. on Sept.

Ontario man charged after DNA testing in historical sexual assault in Edmonton

EDMONTON — A 66-year-old Ontario man has been charged in a sexual assault reported in Edmonton nearly four decades ago. Police say they responded to a call around 3:30 a.m. on Sept.