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Man dies after early morning shooting in Toronto's east end: police

Toronto police say they're investigating after a man was killed in a shooting in the city's east end. They say officers responded to a call about the sound of gunshots at around 3:30 a.m. on Wednesday.

Windsor-Essex region joins rest of Ontario in Stage 3 of reopening plan today

The Windsor-Essex region will join the rest of Ontario in Stage 3 of the province's reopening plan today. Premier Doug Ford made the announcement Monday, saying COVID-19 case counts have dropped enough to warrant the move.

Windsor to proceed with Stage 3 of reopening 'cautiously,' Dilkens says

TORONTO — Windsor will reopen "cautiously" this week, the city's mayor said Tuesday, adding that he will not hesitate to ask for additional resources if local COVID-19 cases surge.

Two arrested after body of premature baby found in Montreal-area dumpster

LAVAL, Que. — Two people are facing criminal charges after police discovered the body of a premature baby in a dumpster north of Montreal Monday evening.
Private school plans including smaller classes show stark inequities in education

Private school plans including smaller classes show stark inequities in education

TORONTO — With children in both public and private schools, Toronto mom Karuna Satov is weighing two very different back-to-school pandemic plans.

'Basically warehouses:' shelters in midtown Toronto unsupported, advocates say

TORONTO — Tensions are high in midtown Toronto as some residents want new homeless shelters moved, while the city says people in the community must learn to live with their new neighbours.
Legault predicts second wave of COVID-19 won't bring same grim results

Legault predicts second wave of COVID-19 won't bring same grim results

MONTREAL — Quebec Premier Francois Legault says he doesn't think a potential second wave of COVID-19 will strike as hard as the first one did in Canada's worst-hit province.

Three-year-old boy killed, sister hospitalized after being hit by car

TORONTO — Police are asking for witnesses to come forward after a three-year-old boy was struck and killed by a car in Toronto's west end.

Toronto Board of Health chair calls for action after 27 opioid deaths in July

TORONTO — The chair of the Toronto Board of Health is calling for action following a spike in opioid overdose deaths in July. Coun.

U.S., Canadian authorities warn against annual 'Float Down' near Sarnia, Ont.

SARNIA, Ont. — Authorities on both sides of the Canada-U.S. border are warning people not to participate in an annual tubing party this Sunday on the river that separates Sarnia, Ont., from Port Huron, Mich.