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Ontario's College of Physicians and Surgeons limits building access after threats

Ontario's College of Physicians and Surgeons limits building access after threats

TORONTO — The group that regulates the practice of medicine in Ontario says it is limiting public access to its buildings due to safety concerns.
Ontario expanding private delivery of public health-care services in 3-step plan

Ontario expanding private delivery of public health-care services in 3-step plan

TORONTO — Ontario is expanding the private delivery of public health care by funding clinics to perform more cataract surgeries, MRI and CT scans, colonoscopies, hip and knee replacements and other procedures in an attempt to ease pressures on the ho
Black University of Toronto student sues police over alleged assault, detention

Black University of Toronto student sues police over alleged assault, detention

TORONTO — The alleged violent assault of a young Black man by Toronto police officers highlights the disproportionate use of force and ongoing racial profiling levelled by the city's police force, his family and lawyer said Monday, calling for increa
Former Ontario lieutenant-governor David Onley dies, current LG says

Former Ontario lieutenant-governor David Onley dies, current LG says

TORONTO — David Onley, who emerged as a champion of disability rights both during and after his stint as Ontario's 28th lieutenant-governor, has died. He was 72. Word of his death came in a Saturday evening statement from Lt.-Gov.

One in hospital, one in police custody after stabbing in Brampton

BRAMPTON, Ont. — A stabbing in Brampton, Ont. has sent one man to hospital, with another in police custody.
Police arrest 70-year-old man in death of woman found in Burlington, Ont., apartment

Police arrest 70-year-old man in death of woman found in Burlington, Ont., apartment

Halton Regional police say a 70-year-old man has been arrested after a woman was found dead in her Burlington, Ont., apartment. Police say officers were called to a home late Friday morning for reports of an unconscious woman in the unit.
Government officials estimate Ontario could be short 8,500 early childhood educators

Government officials estimate Ontario could be short 8,500 early childhood educators

TORONTO — Ontario could be short 8,500 registered early childhood educators as the province adds tens of thousands more child-care spaces under the national $10-a-day program, the government estimates.
SickKids hospital to begin ramping surgeries back up as respiratory surge abates

SickKids hospital to begin ramping surgeries back up as respiratory surge abates

Toronto's Hospital for Sick Children says it will begin increasing surgeries on Monday.
Union calling on Ontario to hire support staff to address school violence

Union calling on Ontario to hire support staff to address school violence

TORONTO — The Ontario government ought to hire more support staff to address a recent spate of violence in and around schools, a union representing education workers said on Friday.
Ottawa, Kitchener hospitals saw record numbers of patients admitted this week

Ottawa, Kitchener hospitals saw record numbers of patients admitted this week

Two southern Ontario hospitals saw record numbers of patients this week, with factors at play ranging from respiratory illnesses to slips and falls commonly seen this time of year.