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.
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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.
TORONTO—Canada's largest school board says it will stop booking trips to the United States indefinitely in light of the uncertainty surrounding restrictions at the border.
ST. CATHARINES, Ont.—An Ontario man accused of killing his seven-year-old stepson and badly injuring a banker with whom he once had professional dealings managed to flee 2,000 km over four days before being arrested, police said yesterday.
TORONTO—A Toronto father who built his sons a $30,000 boat-shaped treehouse vowed yesterday to defend what he considers a family haven from city officials who want it torn down.
John Alpeza spent years working on the naval-themed treehouse for his boys, Kristian and Matheas, now 10 and eight.
NEWMARKET, Ont.—A drunk driver who killed three children and their grandfather in a horrific crash north of Toronto was sentenced to 10 years in prison today as the children’s mother sobbed quietly in the courtroom.
Marco Muzzo, 29, glanced quickly at his family in the front row of the courtroom in Newmarket, Ont. as he was led away in handcuffs.
TORONTO—Ontario doctors will be permitted to provide assistance in dying to eligible patients within Canada who qualify for publicly-funded health care as the federal government works to legislate doctor-assisted suicide.
TORONTO—Canadians overwhelmingly find Remembrance Day as relevant today as when it began nearly a century ago, but are split on whether younger generations properly appreciate and honour the country’s veterans, according to a new survey released days before the ceremony.