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OPP ask residents to shelter in place during manhunt on Manitoulin Island

Police on Manitoulin Island are asking people to shelter in place while they search for a man they allege is armed and dangerous.

Trudeau pushes back on border closures following Progressive Conservative ad

TORONTO — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau pushed back Friday against Ontario's ongoing calls for tighter travel restrictions, saying finger-pointing won't help Ontarians as the province grapples with the third wave of COVID-19.
Man gets house arrest for 'racist' attack on Chinese student riding Toronto bus

Man gets house arrest for 'racist' attack on Chinese student riding Toronto bus

TORONTO — A man who went on a racist tirade and grabbed a masked female Chinese student on a city bus at the start of the pandemic has been handed four months house arrest.
Toronto police search for baby goat allegedly stolen from Riverdale Farm

Toronto police search for baby goat allegedly stolen from Riverdale Farm

Toronto police are investigating a theft that gives kidnapping a whole new meaning. They say a baby goat was stolen from the Riverdale Zoo sometime between 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday and 7 a.m. Thursday. The three-month-old Nubian goat is named Juniper.
Toronto Catholic school board votes to recognize Pride Month

Toronto Catholic school board votes to recognize Pride Month

TORONTO — The Toronto Catholic District School Board says it will celebrate Pride Month every June, starting this year. The board's trustees voted in favour of proclaiming Pride Month on Thursday night.

14 year old boy on scooter killed in Trenton collision

Provincial police are investigating a collision in Trenton, Ont., that claimed the life of a 14-year-old boy. Police say the young teen from Quinte West was riding a scooter late Thursday afternoon when he was struck by a vehicle.
Toronto District School Board sues city, province, police over high school fire

Toronto District School Board sues city, province, police over high school fire

TORONTO — The Toronto District School Board is suing the city, the province and local police over a fire that destroyed a high school two years ago, alleging negligence allowed a small blaze to erupt into a much larger one that gutted the historic bu

Toronto further limits in-person attendance in schools and other educational settings

Health officials in Toronto have issued an order requiring schools and other educational settings to limit in-person attendance for most purposes, not just classes, in an effort to reduce the spread of COVID-19.

Travellers fined after allegedly presenting altered COVID-19 tests before flights

Two people have been fined thousands of dollars after federal officials allege they showed altered COVID-19 test results before boarding flights to Toronto.
Give health-care workers second dose, groups urge Ontario government

Give health-care workers second dose, groups urge Ontario government

TORONTO — Thousands of health-care workers need to be prioritized for full immunization from COVID-19 as they work with patients hospitalized with the deadly virus, groups representing them said Thursday.