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Police ID Mississauga, Ont., retail stabbing victim, say she was married to suspect

Police ID Mississauga, Ont., retail stabbing victim, say she was married to suspect

MISSISSAUGA, ONT. — Police say a woman who died in a stabbing at a Canadian Tire in Mississauga, Ont., this week was married to the man charged in the case. Peel Region police have identified the woman as 22-year-old Chandanpreet Kaur.
Elections Ontario finds 'apparent contravention' of election law by Liberals

Elections Ontario finds 'apparent contravention' of election law by Liberals

TORONTO — Ontario's chief electoral officer has found an "apparent contravention" of the Election Act by a former Liberal candidate in this year's provincial election.
Toronto man, 28, charged with first-degree murder in deaths of parents

Toronto man, 28, charged with first-degree murder in deaths of parents

TORONTO — Police say a Toronto man has been charged in the deaths of his parents, who were found in an apartment building in the city early Wednesday. Police responded to a call for a stabbing in northwest Toronto shortly before 2 a.m.
COVID-19 vaccine uptake for young Ontario children lower than experts had expected

COVID-19 vaccine uptake for young Ontario children lower than experts had expected

TORONTO — The number of children under the age of five getting vaccinated against COVID-19 in Ontario is even lower than the relatively small numbers many experts had expected.
'Dad, thank you for everything': Family of slain Toronto cop-speak at his funeral

'Dad, thank you for everything': Family of slain Toronto cop-speak at his funeral

TORONTO — Weeks before he was fatally shot in a Mississauga, Ont., coffee shop, Const. Andrew Hong taught his 17-year-old daughter Mia to drive stick.
Marineland to move last two walruses out of facility, settles suit with ex-trainer

Marineland to move last two walruses out of facility, settles suit with ex-trainer

The last two walruses at Marineland will be moving to another facility where they can join others of their species, the park said Wednesday as it announced it had resolved a decade-long court battle with a former trainer-turned activist.
Ontario hospital leaders say new nursing home law could help free up beds

Ontario hospital leaders say new nursing home law could help free up beds

Several Ontario hospital leaders say much-needed beds could be freed up by a new law that would move discharged patients awaiting long-term care to nursing homes not of their choosing, although some hope to avoid using it on a broad scale.
School bus driver shortages in several Ontario cities likely to continue: officials

School bus driver shortages in several Ontario cities likely to continue: officials

TORONTO — Officials are warning that school bus driver shortages and resulting delays and cancellations that often plague the start of the school year are being exacerbated by the pandemic, and may continue well into the fall semester in some areas o

Case of Ontario doctor accused of killing four to return to court on Oct. 5

L'ORIGNAL, Ont. — The case of an eastern Ontario doctor charged with killing four people will return to court on Oct. 5. Dr.
Three people dead in two separate overnight stabbings: Toronto police

Three people dead in two separate overnight stabbings: Toronto police

Toronto police say three people died overnight in two unrelated stabbings. Two people were found dead at an apartment building and another injured person was taken to hospital in the stabbing incident reported to police shortly before 2 a.m.