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Police say 79-year-old woman was killed in random act by stranger

Hamilton police allege the homicide of 79-year-old Gladys Little was a random act carried out by a stranger. They say they will seek an arrest warrant for their suspect, a 26-year-old woman originally from Thunder Bay, Ont, on Sunday morning.
Protest calls for asylum seekers working on COVID-19 front lines to be given status

Protest calls for asylum seekers working on COVID-19 front lines to be given status

MONTREAL — A movement demanding special status for asylum-seeking "guardian angels" working on the COVID-19 front lines took their cause to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's constituency office in Montreal on Saturday.
Quebec adds 75 more COVID-19 deaths, meets daily 14K testing goal for 1st time

Quebec adds 75 more COVID-19 deaths, meets daily 14K testing goal for 1st time

MONTREAL — Quebec met its COVID-19 testing goals for the first time Saturday, announcing it had administered 14,000 tests as the province continues to gradually ease restrictions.
Montreal police investigate bodies of man, woman found near east-end home

Montreal police investigate bodies of man, woman found near east-end home

Montreal police say major crimes detectives have been dispatched to an east-end home where the bodies of two people have been found. Const. Julien Levesque says a call came in about 10 a.m.
Ontario reports 412 new cases of COVID-19, 27 new deaths

Ontario reports 412 new cases of COVID-19, 27 new deaths

TORONTO — Ontario is reporting 412 new cases of COVID-19 and 27 new deaths related to the virus today. The province now has a total of more than 25,000 cases, which includes 19,146 resolved cases and 2,048 deaths. The rise in cases represents a 1.

Ontario dentistry regulator issues COVID-19 practice guidelines

The body that regulates dentistry in Ontario has released new guidelines for treating patients in-person that include extra precautions as the spread of COVID-19 continues to slow.

Quebec launches investigations into COVID-19 death of Montreal inmate

MONTREAL — Quebec's Public Security Department says two investigations have been launched into the death this week of a Montreal inmate from COVID-19.
Quebecers asked to follow rules as museums, libraries, drive-ins open next week

Quebecers asked to follow rules as museums, libraries, drive-ins open next week

MONTREAL — As Quebec announced its latest plans to loosen restrictions on museums, libraries and drive-in movie theatres, the province's public health director warned Friday against citizens letting their guard down and failing to follow health measu
Ontario to start expanded testing this weekend, Premier Doug Ford says

Ontario to start expanded testing this weekend, Premier Doug Ford says

TORONTO — Ontario will be testing asymptomatic front-line health-care workers starting this weekend, doing a second round of COVID-19 testing in long-term care homes and will soon launch an advertising campaign, Premier Doug Ford announced Friday.

Parole revoked for man who sold guns to triple killer Dellen Millard

The man who peddled guns to a notorious triple killer had his parole revoked last month for allegedly trafficking women and drugs. Matthew Ward-Jackson sold three guns to Dellen Millard in 2012.