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Father accused of killing sons appears briefly in Quebec City court

QUEBEC — A man accused of killing his two children last fall made a brief court appearance Tuesday in Quebec City. Michael Chicoine, 30, is charged with two counts of second-degree murder.

Toronto mayor asks for more funding from federal and provincial governments for 2021

Toronto's mayor is calling on the federal and provincial governments to once again step up with financial support for Canadian cities as the COVID-19 pandemic stretches into a second fiscal year.

Thunder Bay police searching for Ajax teen missing since last week

THUNDER BAY, Ont. — Police in Thunder Bay, Ont., are investigating the case of an Ajax, Ont., teenager who was reported missing more than a week ago.

Police charge Markham, Ont., music teacher over alleged historic sex assaults

Police have charged a Toronto-area violin teacher over alleged historical sex assaults against a child. York Regional Police say they arrested 48-year-old Angus Wong of Markham, Ont., on Jan.

Oakville, Ont., mayor resigns from Halton police board after allowing chief to travel

OAKVILLE, Ont. — The mayor of Oakville, Ont., has resigned as chair of the Halton police services board after approving international travel by the force's chief during the pandemic.

Hamilton police charge 'Hugs Over Masks' protest organizers in two separate events

Hamilton, Ont., police say they have charged two organizers of an anti-mask protest group for holding events that allegedly violated public health rules. Police say the events were held in downtown Hamilton on Jan. 3 and Jan. 10.
Quebec premier calls on people to avoid contact with seniors as hospitalizations rise

Quebec premier calls on people to avoid contact with seniors as hospitalizations rise

MONTREAL — Quebec's schools, factories and construction sites are open during the provincewide lockdown because they are largely devoid of people 65 years and older, Premier Francois Legault said Monday.

COVID-19 outbreak at Oneida Nation of the Thames grows to 33 cases

A COVID-19 outbreak at a First Nation reserve near London, Ont., has grown to 33 cases. Middlesex-London Health Unit says an outbreak at the Oneida Long-Term Care Home was declared on Jan. 5.

Toronto mayor says province should impose full lockdown to protect health-care system

The mayor of Ontario's largest city called for a return to a full lockdown Monday, saying the move is necessary to prevent the health-care system from being completely overwhelmed by a surge of COVID-19 cases.

London, Ont., hospital CEO out of post after international travel comes to light

The CEO of a hospital network in London, Ont., was ousted from his post Monday after concerns were raised about his international travel during the pandemic. Dr. Paul Woods travelled to the U.S.