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Blue Jays announce training camp will be held in Toronto
The Toronto Blue Jays will train for the upcoming season at Rogers Centre, the team announced Thursday.
Man charged after flipping car, slamming onto residential Brampton street
A man in his 20s somehow escaped with only minor injuries after repeatedly flipping a car onto a residential street in Brampton on Canada Day, Peel police say.
Ontario farm effectively shut down as province sees 302 new COVID-19 cases in 2 days
Ontario reported a combined total 302 new cases of COVID-19 over the last two days, with 149 of those yesterday and 153 today, the Ministry of Health says. The province did not release any COVID-19 data on Canada Day, and thus today's update includes figures from both Wednesday and today.
Dog alerts owner to neighbour’s home in flames
A Thornhill family is safe after a devastating fire ripped through their home this morning — and it’s all thanks to a neighbour’s dog. Linda Ward has the incredible story.
Human rights tribunal finds Toronto police officer endured 'significant' sexual harassment on the job
The Toronto Police Services Board has been ordered to develop new human rights policies and training programs after an officer was found to have been the subject of years of sexual harassment at the hands of her colleagues.
New vaping rules in effect in Ontario, but some flavours exempt
Stage 3 of Ontario's COVID-19 reopening plan looms nearer
Canadian released from Egyptian prison after almost 500 days in custody
Niagara police bust $34M cannabis grow-op in St. Catharines
Reminder to TTC riders: Masks become mandatory today
How undocumented migrant workers are slipping through Ontario's COVID-19 net
Toxic medical culture needs to end - for a healthy society, we need healthy doctors
1 teen dead, 2 seriously injured in single-vehicle crash in Stouffville
Heat warning in effect for Toronto as hot weather expected from Thursday to Sunday
How this artist created a 3-D 'Love Letter to Canada'
Canada's 5 big banks join anti-hate advertising boycott of Facebook
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Warning for passengers on Toronto-Halifax flight after travel-related COVID-19 case
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'Living in limbo': Canadians with long-lasting symptoms call for COVID-19 research, support
SIU notified after Peel police shoot and injure robbery suspect in Brampton
Toronto city council votes to make masks mandatory indoors
Nightclub on King Street West to be charged after allegedly holding party amid pandemic
Peel police charge teacher at Mississauga high school with sex assault, exploitation
Ontario ombudsman receives record number of complaints about provincial jails
Grade 6 students in Toronto made posters about anti-Black racism. Someone vandalized them.