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Foodora to shut down in Canada on May 11 amid profitability challenges

Foodora to shut down in Canada on May 11 amid profitability challenges

TORONTO — Food delivery app Foodora is closing its Canadian operations in May, just months after a key labour board decision laid the groundwork for the company's workers to push for unionization.

Montreal mother accused of murder, attempted murder, after daughters stabbed

MONTREAL — A Montreal mother has been accused of murdering her 11-year-old daughter and attempting to kill the girl's younger sister. The 34-year-old woman appeared in court from her hospital bed on Monday to be formally charged.
Organizations file suit against Toronto over handling of homeless during pandemic

Organizations file suit against Toronto over handling of homeless during pandemic

Toronto's handling of the homeless during the COVID-19 pandemic has "put lives at risk," a new lawsuit alleges.

Suburban Montreal private school badly damaged in late night five-alarm fire

DORVAL, Que. — A private elementary school in a suburb of Montreal was heavily damaged by fire Sunday night. The Montreal fire department has yet to determine what caused the fire, which began at around 9:30 p.m. at Academie Sainte-Anne in Dorval.

Arson unit investigates fire that killed three people in Ottawa: police

OTTAWA — Police in Ottawa say three people have died in a fire early this morning. Investigators say an 83-year-old woman and two men aged 76 and 49 died as a result of the blaze (on Britannia Road.

Boy, 15, dead after shooting in north-end Toronto on Sunday: police

Toronto police say a 15-year-old boy has died after a shooting in the city's north end. They say they were called about the incident shortly after 6 p.m. on Sunday.
COVID-19: Quebec set to announce progressive return to class for students

COVID-19: Quebec set to announce progressive return to class for students

MONTREAL — Quebec will present its plan to get kids back to school and daycare on Monday, outlining the first part of the province's timeline for getting activities and businesses up and running again.
Ontario schools will remain closed until May 31: Ministry of Education

Ontario schools will remain closed until May 31: Ministry of Education

TORONTO — Ontario Education Minister Stephen Lecce said all publicly-funded schools will remain closed until May 31 on Sunday, and added the closure could be extended if recommended by public health officials.
One girl dies, sister wounded in stabbing, mother arrested by Montreal police

One girl dies, sister wounded in stabbing, mother arrested by Montreal police

An 11-year-old girl is dead and her younger sister was recovering in hospital after they were allegedly stabbed by their mother inside a Montreal apartment on Saturday.
Ford announces wage increases for front-line workers, rips into lockdown protesters

Ford announces wage increases for front-line workers, rips into lockdown protesters

TORONTO — Ontario will offer temporary raises for workers on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic, Premier Doug Ford announced Saturday as he blasted anti-lockdown protesters who gathered outside the provincial legislature.