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Pedestrian dies after being struck by vehicle in Mississauga: police

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Police say a man in his 40s has died after being struck by a vehicle west of Toronto. Peel Regional Police say the pedestrian was seriously injured in the collision that happened in Mississauga on Saturday evening.

Mississauga transit worker dies in workplace accident; ministry investigating

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — The City of Mississauga says Ontario's Ministry of Labour is investigating the death of a maintenance worker for the city's transit system.
International student injured in Toronto-area shootings dies, death toll climbs to 3

International student injured in Toronto-area shootings dies, death toll climbs to 3

MILTON, Ont. — An international student from India became the latest victim of a deadly shooting rampage that previously killed two people in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton areas earlier this week.

Police working to identify woman pronounced dead after body pulled from Lake Ontario

Toronto police are working to identify a woman who was pronounced dead after her body was spotted in Lake Ontario. Police say reports of a body in the water by the west Toronto lakefront park came in Saturday morning.
Deaths are declining, but the pandemic isn't over yet, experts warn

Deaths are declining, but the pandemic isn't over yet, experts warn

TORONTO — While the head of the World Health Organization says the end of the COVID-19 pandemic is "in sight," some Canadian experts warn it would be premature to declare the global health crisis over.

COVID-19 cases and deaths down in Ontario from week before

Public Health Ontario says COVID-19 cases and deaths are down in the most recent week of data available, but outbreaks in nursing homes are on the rise. The agency says there were 6,968 cases of COVID-19 recorded during the week of Sept.
Monkeypox activity in Ontario peaked in July, top doctor says

Monkeypox activity in Ontario peaked in July, top doctor says

TORONTO — Ontario's chief medical officer of health says monkeypox activity in the province has peaked. Dr.

One person dead, one critically injured in Toronto west end shooting

TORONTO — Police say one person is dead and another was rushed to hospital in critical condition after a shooting in Toronto's west end. Toronto police say officers responded around 8:20 p.m.
Families worry about loved ones' fate under new Ontario hospital and nursing home law

Families worry about loved ones' fate under new Ontario hospital and nursing home law

Jamie Daw drew a 70 kilometre-wide radius on a map this week to show her mother how far she'd have to drive to visit her ailing husband if he's moved to a nursing home not of his choosing under a new provincial law.
Ontario's top doctor says there is ample supply of Omicron-targeted COVID-19 vaccines

Ontario's top doctor says there is ample supply of Omicron-targeted COVID-19 vaccines

TORONTO — Ontario's chief medical officer of health says there is ample supply of the Omicron-targeted COVID-19 vaccine, even for people who won't be eligible for that shot until later this month. Dr.