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Small aircraft on Highway 404 north of Toronto; no injuries reported

Small aircraft on Highway 404 north of Toronto; no injuries reported

TORONTO — Police north of Toronto are telling drivers to expect heavy traffic after a small aircraft landed on Highway 404. Police say the pilot and passengers are out of the plane and sustained no injuries from the incident.

Body of missing swimmer recovered by police, drowned in Lake Erie

FORT ERIE, Ont. — Police say the body of a swimmer who has been missing in Lake Erie for almost three days has been recovered. The Niagara Regional Police Service say the body was located around 9:55 a.m.

One dead after Saturday drowning in Lake Huron: police

LAMBTON COUNTY, Ont. — Police say they have recovered the body of a person who drowned in Lake Huron on Saturday. Ontario Provincial Police have identified the deceased as 43-year-old Feona Bramwell of Brampton, Ont.

Police say they're investigating discovery of human remains in Georgina, Ont.

GEORGINA, Ont. — Police north of Toronto say they're investigating after human remains were discovered near the docks in Georgina, Ont.

Quebec reports 120 new COVID-19 cases and three additional deaths

MONTREAL — Quebec is reporting 120 new cases of COVID-19 and three additional deaths. Public health officials say the deaths took place between Aug. 23-28.

Ontario reports 112 new cases of COVID-19, one new death related to coronavirus

TORONTO — Ontario is reporting 112 new cases of COVID-19 and one new death related to the coronavirus. There were also 78 cases newly marked as resolved in today's report.
Ontario universities to teach COVID-19 related courses in the fall

Ontario universities to teach COVID-19 related courses in the fall

TORONTO — Back in early March, as Ontario's colleges and universities scrambled to prepare for government shut-down orders amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Ilene Sova packed up as many art supplies as she could in anticipation of the months of isolation t

Toronto police say seven officers injured in midtown altercation

Toronto police say seven officers were injured — including four who were sent to hospital — during an incident at a demonstration in midtown.

Toddler dies in hospital after being struck by vehicle in Zorra Township

ZORRA TOWNSHIP, Ont. — Provincial police are investigating the death of a small child who was struck by a vehicle Saturday night in southwestern Ontario. They say the incident occurred just after 10 p.m. on 25th Line in Zorra Township.
Ontario school boards urged to spend air quality funding by Thanksgiving

Ontario school boards urged to spend air quality funding by Thanksgiving

TORONTO — School boards need to pick up the pace of air quality improvements as schools reopen this fall, Ontario Premier Doug Ford said Friday, urging them not to move "on government time" as they rush to spend millions in funding allocated earlier