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Sudbury police charge woman after daycare's $130K allegedly moved to personal account

SUDBURY, Ont. — Police in Sudbury, Ont., say they have arrested and charged a woman after $130,000 in funds owed to a daycare were allegedly deposited into personal accounts.

Toronto school closed until January after COVID-19 outbreak

TORONTO — A Toronto school will be closed to in-class learning until January as a result of a COVID-19 outbreak that has sickened 14 students. Toronto's public health unit ordered the closure of Marc Garneau Collegiate Institute until Dec.

Ontario reports 1,890 new COVID-19 cases and 28 new deaths from the virus

TORONTO — Ontario is reporting 1,890 new cases of COVID-19 today, and 28 new deaths due to the virus. Health Minister Christine Elliott says 517 cases are in Toronto, 471 in Peel Region and 187 in York Region.

Hazardous travel conditions in parts of southern Ontario Wednesday

Travel may be hazardous in eastern and central parts of southern Ontario Wednesday morning due to snowy conditions. Environment Canada issued a winter weather travel advisory for a large section the region.
U.S. prosecutors say Montreal men ran $1M telemarketing scam

U.S. prosecutors say Montreal men ran $1M telemarketing scam

MONTREAL — Federal prosecutors in the United States say they've charged five Quebec men with running a telemarketing scam that allegedly stole more than $1 million. The U.S.
Legault says additional COVID restrictions possible as cases, hospitalizations rise

Legault says additional COVID restrictions possible as cases, hospitalizations rise

MONTREAL — As Quebec deals with rising COVID-19 cases and increased pressure on its health-care system, Premier Francois Legault said Tuesday his government isn't ruling out implementing further restrictions.

Ontario to provide proof of COVID vaccination, those without it may face restrictions

TORONTO — Ontario residents who choose not to receive the COVID-19 vaccine could face certain restrictions, the province's health minister said Tuesday, noting that the government will provide proof of immunization to those who get the shot.

Security guards charged with manslaughter in death of patient at Toronto hospital

Police say two security guards have been charged in the death of a patient at a Toronto hospital. Investigators say security guards working at Toronto General Hospital had a "physical interaction" with a patient on May 11.

Hearing for judge accused of perjury over Black federation role begins

TORONTO — A disciplinary hearing for a judge accused of lying about his involvement in a Black activist organization has begun.

Public health unit declares outbreak at Kingston, Ont., church

KINGSTON, Ont. — Public health officials have declared a COVID-19 outbreak linked to a church in Kingston, Ont. The Kingston, Frontenac and Lennox and Addington Public Health unit says there are nine cases directly linked to Third Day Worship Centre.