TORONTO - Three protesters were charged with mischief on Saturday after supporters of Black Lives Matter threw paint on several statues, including one of Canada's first prime minister, Sir John A. Macdonald, and called for the defunding of police.
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TORONTO - Ontario's police watchdog says it's looking to speak to another witness in its investigation into the death of a Toronto woman who fell from her balcony while police were in her apartment.
The Special Investigations Unit says it has spoken to three of Regis Korchinski-Paquet's family members about the incident and received a statement from a fourth.
TORONTO - Ontario is changing the way it funds long-term care home expansions, Premier Doug Ford announced Wednesday, in a bid to spur construction and make good on a key promise his government has failed to deliver.
TORONTO - Ontario is reporting 111 new cases of COVID-19 and five new deaths related to the virus today.
The total number of cases now stands at 37,163, which includes 2,737 deaths and 33,061 cases marked as resolved.
The number of resolved cases grew by 141 today, outpacing the number of new cases.
For one of the few times in his life, Henry Burris was left speechless.
The 18-year veteran quarterback headlines the Canadian Football Hall of Fame's 2020 class that was unveiled Thursday. Burris, 45, got the nod in his first year of eligibility, becoming just the 21st player ever to do so but second in as many years after Calgary running back Jon Cornish in 2019.
ST-APOLLINAIRE, Que. - Quebec provincial police say the father of two young girls found dead over the weekend in a rural area southwest of Quebec City may be desperate and looking for materials to ensure his survival.
TORONTO - Ontario will allow more businesses to reopen, expand access to child care and loosen strict limits on indoor gatherings as it pushes ahead with its pandemic recovery this week, Premier Doug Ford announced Monday as he touted the “cautious” plan to continue the economic restart.
ST-APOLLINAIRE, Que. - The mother of two young Quebec girls found dead following an Amber Alert last week delivered a tearful tribute to her “princesses of love” Monday as police continued to hunt for their father, who is suspected of abducting them.
OTTAWA - A new poll suggests Canadians are torn on whether the federal government should turn off the spending taps to keep the resulting deficit from flooding the nation's future.
The Leger/Association for Canadian Studies survey found 41 per cent think that COVID-19 support programs and payments must immediately be scaled back.
TORONTO - Auston Matthews felt safe in Arizona - until he wasn't.
The star centre for the Toronto Maple Leafs confirmed Monday that he tested positive for COVID-19 last month in his home state.
Matthews shared the news as the team opened training camp ahead of the NHL's restart after the league was shut down by the novel coronavirus back in March.