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Police make arrest, lay charges over November homicide in Toronto

Toronto police say they have laid charges related to a November homicide. They say a man -- 50-year-old Antonio Fiorda of Maple -- was found shot in a west-end parking lot and died in hospital.

1 dead, 3 seriously injured after single-vehicle crash east of Marathon, Ont.

MARATHON, Ont. — Police say a 35-year-old woman is dead and three people are seriously injured after a single-vehicle crash in northern Ontario. Ontario Provincial Police say the incident happened 70 kilometres east of Marathon, Ont., at around 1 a.
'I'm just not going to risk it:' Ford announces Ontario schools closed for year

'I'm just not going to risk it:' Ford announces Ontario schools closed for year

TORONTO — Ontario schools will stay closed for the rest of the school year, Premier Doug Ford announced Tuesday, saying that returning children to the classroom isn't worth the risk while the province continues to fight the COVID-19 pandemic.
Legault 'disappointed' by nurses' protest as relations further strain

Legault 'disappointed' by nurses' protest as relations further strain

MONTREAL — The relationship between Quebec's premier and his "guardian angels" showed further signs of strain on Tuesday as the premier expressed disappointment with a nurses' union protest in front of his office.
Ontario starts first reopening stage as new COVID-19 cases increase

Ontario starts first reopening stage as new COVID-19 cases increase

TORONTO — Ontario entered its first stage of reopening many businesses Tuesday, even as the number of new COVID-19 cases rose and the province extended its emergency orders and shuttered schools until September.

Terror charges laid in Toronto massage parlour stabbing that left one dead

TORONTO — A teenager accused in a deadly attack at a Toronto massage parlour was inspired by the so-called "incel movement," the RCMP said Tuesday as they announced terrorism charges against the accused.
Toronto settles with homeless advocates, will ensure physical distancing in shelters

Toronto settles with homeless advocates, will ensure physical distancing in shelters

TORONTO — Physical distancing will now be standard in Toronto's shelter system during the COVID-19 pandemic after the city settled with a group of advocates for the homeless who took it to court.

Police recover body of missing swimmer at Elora Gorge

ELORA, Ont. — Police say they have recovered the body of a man who disappeared in the water at the Elora Gorge over the weekend. Provincial police say they responded to a call about a possible drowning on Sunday afternoon.

Man surrenders to Toronto police after double shooting leads to homicide

Toronto police have arrested and charged a 30-year-old man with second degree murder after the double shooting of two men on Sunday. Police say they were called to Victoria Park Ave. and Sheppard Ave.

Quebec says Montreal retailers can open as scheduled as deaths in province drop

Quebec will move forward with plans to restart non-essential surgeries and allow stores and daycares in the Montreal area to reopen as the province reported its lowest number of COVID-19 deaths in over a month.