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Woman charged after allegedly assaulting boyfriend with hammer after argument

KINGSTON, Ont. — A woman from Kingston, Ont., has been charged with assault after allegedly attacking her boyfriend with a hammer.

Ontario declares provincial food terminal protected employment zone

TORONTO — The Ontario Food Terminal located in west-end Toronto has been declared a protected employment zone, which prevents it from being relocated.
Dog owners have reduced risk of dying from heart problems, says researcher

Dog owners have reduced risk of dying from heart problems, says researcher

TORONTO — Cats may have nine lives, but owning a dog may extend yours, a Toronto researcher says.

Police say 14-year-old boy dies in alleged assault outside Hamilton high school

HAMILTON — Police say a 14-year-old boy has died following an alleged assault outside a high school in Hamilton, and investigators say it happened in front of the boy's mother.

Police treat alleged hit-and-run as homicide, search for two suspects

Toronto police say they're treating an alleged hit-and-run as a homicide. Investigators say the incident happened early Monday morning when a pedestrian was hit by an SUV. He died after being taken to hospital.

Man charged after political argument with girlfriend allegedly turns violent

KINGSTON, Ont. — A Kingston, Ont., man is facing numerous charges after a political argument with his girlfriend allegedly turned violent over the weekend.

Kingston man faces 15 charges in alleged sex assaults on ex-girlfriend's kids

KINGSTON, Ont. — Police in Kingston, Ont., say they've charged a man in a series of alleged sexual assaults against his ex-girlfriend's daughters.

Man faces numerous charges in string of alleged sex assaults in Ottawa

OTTAWA — An Ottawa man is facing 19 charges related to a string of alleged sexual assaults. Local police say the alleged incidents took place between Oct. 2 and 4 in the city's southeast end.
Wage cap in tentative deal with CUPE a win, says Ontario government

Wage cap in tentative deal with CUPE a win, says Ontario government

TORONTO — Reaching a deal with education workers that put a cap on wage increases was a "significant success" for the Ontario government, the province's education minister said Monday.

Toronto Public Health launches advertising campaign promoting vaccination

Toronto's public health agency has launched an advertising campaign aimed at convincing parents to vaccinate their kids. Toronto Public Health says the campaign is focused on children's perspectives.