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Yet another Wiarton Willie is dead. Here's a look at the strange history behind the beloved groundhog
Wiarton Willie, the groundhog who fictitiously predicts the weather in the Ontario town that relies on him as a major tourist draw, is dead — and has been for some time.
'Her life was beautiful, then the attack happened': Family of beloved nurse killed in van attack speaks
Amaresh Tesfamariam's life changed in an instant on April 23, 2018. Doctors told the family they didn't expect Tesfamariam to live for more than a few months after the attack, but she was determined to live.
Teen guilty of sex assault at St. Michael's College School in Toronto given no time behind bars
A teen found guilty of sexually assaulting another student at an all-boys Catholic school in Toronto has been given a two-year probationary sentence with no time behind bars.
'A crisis for home care': Droves of workers leave for hospitals, nursing homes
Nurses, personal support workers and therapists have left home care in droves during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ford government broke environmental law on public consultations, court rules
An Ontario court has found the provincial government broke the law by failing to adhere to the Environmental Bill of Rights.
Windsor, Toronto hospitals opening COVID-19 clinics for children amid surge in cases
Two Ontario hospitals are opening COVID-19 clinics specifically for children this week in an effort to deal with rising infections that are expected to surge further as students return to school.
Whale transferred to U.S. aquarium from Marineland dies, no plans to replace him
An American aquarium says a beluga whale transferred to its facility from Marineland has died and there are no plans to find another to take its place.
Prosecution seeks jail time for teen found guilty of sex assault at Toronto school
The prosecution is seeking a short sentence behind bars for a teen found guilty of sexually assaulting another student at an all-boys school in Toronto.
Marine mammals 'in distress,' says agency ordering Marineland to fix its water system
A months-long inspection of Marineland by Ontario's animal welfare watchdog has found that marine mammals at the tourist attraction were in distress due to poor water quality, The Canadian Press has learned.
New drivers frustrated with Ontario's months-long backlog of driving tests
The province resumed in-car driving tests in June, but the backlog to book a road test is staggering.