NORTH BAY, Ont.—The birthplace of the Dionne quintuplets weathered a treacherous trek down the dark, snow-blanketed streets of a northeastern Ontario city on Sunday as it once again was uprooted and hauled to a new location.
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TORONTO—Ontario's colleges and the union representing striking faculty members are accusing each other of spreading misinformation ahead of a contract vote in the labour dispute that has left half-a-million students out of class for a month.
Some 12,000 Ontario college professors, instructors, counsellors, and librarians haven't been at work since Oct. 15.
An advocacy group is calling on the Ontario government to make crisis intervention and de-escalation training mandatory for those studying to become police officers in the province.
Unseasonably warm weather in parts of Canada may deprive some areas of one of their trademark natural attractions: rich fall colours.
A forestry expert says the vivid red leaves that draw crowds of tourists to areas of Ontario and parts of Quebec are triggered by bright sunshine combined with cold temperatures.
Tens of thousands of international students affected by a faculty strike at Ontario colleges are being reassured by immigration officials that they won't be penalized for a delay that is beyond their control.
But some international students say the work stoppage, which began last Monday, has them worrying about finances, as well as their education and immigration status.
A southern Ontario college says it will be the first to offer a post-secondary credential in the production of commercial cannabis.
Niagara College said the graduate certificate program will launch in the fall of 2018 and aims to prepare students to work in the licensed production of cannabis, which includes marijuana, hemp fibre, and hemp seed.
TORONTO—The Ontario government's plan for major labour reforms would have significant side effects that would put 185,000 jobs at risk, a coalition of business groups said yesterday in releasing part of its analysis on the proposed legislation.
A statue of baby Jesus that remained headless for months after it was decapitated in Northern Ontario has been resurrected.
The head that was knocked off and stolen has been restored to the statue at the Ste. Anne des Pins parish in Sudbury, Ont., though the volunteer who made the repairs said there still is a few days' work to be done.
TORONTO—A woman who spent hours suspended high above a construction site after scaling a crane in downtown Toronto was rescued by being strapped to a rappelling firefighter and lowered to the ground as dozens watched in suspense from below.
TORONTO—The federal government will be testing whether hiding the names of job applicants would improve its hiring practices, in what it calls an effort to strengthen diversity and inclusion in the public service.