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Key time ahead to contain outbreaks in Windsor-Essex region, officials say

Key time ahead to contain outbreaks in Windsor-Essex region, officials say

WINDSOR, Ont.

Toronto police investigating after nooses found hanging at construction sites

TORONTO — Two construction companies say they've contacted police and local government officials after nooses were found at multiple Toronto construction sites.

Quebec provincial park authority, union reach agreement on new contract

MONTREAL — Unionized workers at Quebec's provincial parks have reached an agreement in principal on a new contract.
Archdiocese of Toronto modifies Eucharist rite to observe safety protocols

Archdiocese of Toronto modifies Eucharist rite to observe safety protocols

TORONTO — For the past three months, the Archdiocese of Toronto has worked on different ways to serve its parishioners safely when the time came for Ontario to reopen.

Ontario reports 160 new cases of COVID-19 as province extends emergency orders

TORONTO — Ontario reported 160 new cases of COVID-19 and eight more deaths related to the virus on Saturday. The total number of cases now stands at 34,476, which includes 2,652 deaths and 29,932 cases marked as resolved.

Ontario proposes new water bottling policies, more municipal power

TORONTO — Ontario is proposing to effectively give municipalities veto power over new water bottling permits and set new rules and priorities for taking groundwater.

Response to Kingston, Ont., COVID-19 outbreak proves system is working, Ford says

TORONTO — Record numbers of COVID-19 tests conducted across Ontario coupled with low case numbers not seen since March prompted effusive praise from the province's premier on Friday even as a city largely sheltered from the global pandemic so far beg

Toronto police lay multiple murder charges in separate shooting investigations

Toronto police say they've laid multiple murder charges against a 19-year-old man in connection with shootings that happened in 2018 and 2019.

One dead after Thursday night stabbing in Toronto, police seeking suspect

Toronto police say a man is dead after a stabbing late Thursday night. Police say they responded to the incident just after 11:30 p.m. in the eastern part of the city's downtown.

Residents, politicians call on mayor to resign after comments about Pride

AMARANTH, Ont. — Residents and politicians in a southern Ontario community are calling for the town's mayor to resign over his comments about the LGBTQ community. Amaranth, Ont.