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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.
COVID-19 outbreak surges among homeless in Toronto with 135 cases

COVID-19 outbreak surges among homeless in Toronto with 135 cases

TORONTO — A COVID-19 outbreak has surged among Toronto's homeless in the last 10 days with at least 135 cases, the majority of which come from one shelter that houses refugees. Ten days ago, there were 30 cases of COVID-19 among the city's homeless.

OPP sergeant charged with five counts of sexual assault, breach of trust

WELLINGTON COUNTY, Ont. — Ontario Provincial Police say they have charged one of their veteran officers with five counts of sexual assault after a months-long investigation. They say Sgt.

Ontario Provincial Police charge man after finding drugs, weapons

CHESTERVILLE, Ont. — Ontario Provincial Police say they've seized crystal meth and weapons — including a sword and a bow and arrow — from a home in Chesterville. They say officers searched the home early on Friday.
Quebec COVID-19 reopening plan ready next week, to include strict health guidelines

Quebec COVID-19 reopening plan ready next week, to include strict health guidelines

MONTREAL — Quebec will present its plan to reopen the province next week, but Premier Francois Legault says older, at-risk people will still need to be kept at a safe distance from others, even from loved ones.
Ontario pushes federal government for residential rent relief program

Ontario pushes federal government for residential rent relief program

TORONTO — Ontario pushed the federal government Friday to provide a residential rent relief program, as Ottawa announced similar help for small businesses.

Man, 34, charged with first-degree murder in 'vicious assault' that left woman dead

SARNIA, Ont. — Police have charged a man with first-degree murder in what they describe as a "vicious assault" that left a woman dead in Sarnia, Ont., in March.

Convicted drug dealer freed; police violated man's rights, court rules

TORONTO — A man convicted of drug trafficking has been set free because of what Ontario's top court called a troubling pattern of police playing fast and loose with charter rights.

Man injured after fall from tree, not from police, Ontario watchdog says

ADJALA-TOSORONTIO TOWNSHIP, Ont. — Ontario's police watchdog says a 35-year-old man injured himself after falling from a tree — not when he was arrested afterward.