OTTAWA—A city in central Ontario is calling for the return of an iconic monument to explorer Samuel de Champlain that has been a centrepiece in the city's laid-back waterfront landscape for nearly a century.
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TORONTO—A new study examining concussion rates in Ontario suggests the condition is more prevalent than previously reported.
The study published in the Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation found that an average of 150,000 Ontario residents were diagnosed with a concussion each year between 2008 and 2016.
TORONTO—Ontario's new career studies curriculum for Grade 10 will include learning about financial literacy, including having students make a plan to fund their first year after high school.
The province's new education minister, Stephen Lecce, unveiled the updated curriculum Tuesday at Toronto's York University.
MISSISSAUGA, Ont.—Police say nobody was hurt after a nine-year-old driving a neighbour's vehicle got into a collision in Mississauga, Ont., on Sunday.
Peel regional police say the child, whose gender was not given, asked a neighbour if they could operate the vehicle at about 6 p.m.
TORONTO—Grievances from frustrated pot customers have given the Ontario Cannabis Store the dubious distinction of being the government organization that was the subject of the most complaints to the province's ombudsman.
OTTAWA—Environment Minister Catherine McKenna signed a vehicle-emissions agreement with California yesterday that the state's governor and auto industry experts see as a signal that Canada is going to side with California in a U.S. dispute over emissions standards.
TORONTO—A new poll suggests Canadians haven't made much progress in expanding their knowledge of the more colourful parts of the country's history.
The online survey from Historica Canada, the organization behind the country's Heritage Minutes, quizzed respondents on 30 pieces of quirky Canadiana using true or false questions and tallied the number of correct responses.
OTTAWA—The federal government and the provinces are expected to announce plans to work on harmonizing recycling standards following a meeting of environment ministers in Halifax today.
TORONTO—Accessing medical records through a secure app, texting with health-care providers, using e-consultations for specialists ‚Äî those are some of the ways Ontario's special adviser on health care envisions the increased use of virtual care in the province.
OTTAWA—The federal government will fund more than 100 projects to “honour the lives and legacies” of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls, Gender Equality Minister Maryam Monsef announced yesterday.