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Toronto records 18 new cases of COVID-19 but numbers 'are holding steady,' officials say
Toronto has recorded 18 newly-confirmed cases of COVID-19 and one new probable case, the city's medical officer of health says.
Ford won't commit to lower class sizes, while Ontario sees fewer than 100 new COVID-19 cases
Toronto, Ottawa, Peel, York and Chatham-Kent were the only public health units with 10 or more new cases. Twenty-two of the province's 34 health units reported no new cases at all.
York police issue hundreds of tickets for expired vehicle permits despite Ontario's COVID-19 policy
York Regional Police officers have issued hundreds of tickets for expired vehicle permits amid the COVID-19 outbreak in Ontario, despite the provincial government extending the period for which existing documents are valid.
Why mysterious seed packages showing up in Canadian mailboxes could be a 'brushing' scam
Packages of mysterious seeds that have been making unsolicited appearances in mailboxes across North America are drawing attention to an online review scam that has recently appeared in Canada.
32% of Canadians may hold off on getting eventual COVID-19 vaccine, survey shows
A third of Canadians want to hold off on getting an eventual vaccine for COVID-19, new survey results show — and vaccine experts warn that while the skepticism comes from a "legitimate" place, it could derail efforts to protect society’s most vulnerable from the virus.
Oshawa man dead after Highway 404 crash
Police find body of man believed to be missing in Richmond Hill pond
Toronto Liberal MP resigns to helm Jewish human rights organization
30 under 30: meet Canada's next classical music stars
Man hospitalized with life-threatening injuries after stabbing
'Quadmesters' for teens and no sports: Reopening plans for Toronto public schools revealed
Toronto woman's CERB payments on hold after fraudster makes EI claim in her name
Ontario sees fewer than 100 new COVID-19 cases on each of last 2 days
Maple Leafs even series with Jackets, lose Jake Muzzin to injury
New study suggests a tiny fraction of Ontario has been infected with COVID-19
Toronto's COVID-19 housing project winds down, but residents hope for change
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