Teachers in Ontario's northern school boards are sounding the alarm about back-to-school plans, saying the region's vast geography and sparse population present challenges not considered in southern parts of the province.
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TORONTO — Ontario will quadruple its COVID-19 testing capacity over the next month while shifting focus to those most vulnerable, officials announced Friday as a group home for disabled adults reported an outbreak led all but four caregivers to walk off the job.
TORONTO — A group representing Canadians who spend part of the year in sunnier climes has filed a legal challenge against Ontario's decision to scrap out-of-country health insurance, saying the government's move goes against the portability pillar of the Canada Health Act.
TORONTO—Recent government-mandated changes to tuition fees in Ontario have resulted in some campus newspapers losing a significant portion of their funding.
The “Student Choice Initiative"—announced by the Progressive Conservative government in January—allows post-secondary students to opt out of services deemed "non-essential,” including campus newspapers and unions.
Ontario's police watchdog will not charge an officer who shot and killed a knife-wielding woman in a Hamilton apartment last October, the arm's-length agency said yesterday as it wrapped up its investigation.
TORONTO—Editors at campus newspapers across Ontario say government-mandated changes to tuition fees have forced them to look for creative ways to deal with the funding shortage—a reality that mirrors the broader media landscape.
TORONTO—Ontario plans to regulate the clinicians who provide applied behaviour analysis, a form of therapy often used to support people with autism, Social Services Minister Todd Smith said Tuesday.
Smith said the government was acting on “clear direction” from experts and the families of autistic children, and would be launching consultations on the issue in the fall.
A detention centre in Hamilton is so crowded that many inmates sleep on the floor and have easy access to drugs, Ontario's human rights commissioner said in a letter to the province that calls for systemic change.
TORONTO—Falls appear to be the leading cause of injuries that land seniors in hospital, according to newly released data from the Canadian Institute for Health Information that has experts calling for more preventative education on the issue.
Toronto's top doctor is sounding the alarm on the province's loosened booze rules, saying the regulations that make it easier to purchase and consume alcohol don't take health repercussions into account.