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Miss Vickie's chips recalled in Eastern Canada were also shipped west

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Miss Vickie's Canada says some of its potato chips that were part of a recall in Eastern Canada earlier this month due to possible glass contamination were inadvertently shipped west.
Ontario appoints retired Gen. Rick Hillier to lead province's vaccine rollout

Ontario appoints retired Gen. Rick Hillier to lead province's vaccine rollout

TORONTO — The former head of the Canadian Forces will lead Ontario's COVID-19 vaccine rollout, Premier Doug Ford said Monday, announcing the high-profile appointment as Toronto and a neighbouring hot spot went into lockdown. Ford said retired Gen.
More than 100 nuns and staff at Quebec City convent test positive for COVID-19

More than 100 nuns and staff at Quebec City convent test positive for COVID-19

MONTREAL — More than 100 nuns and staff members at a Quebec City convent have tested positive for COVID-19, public health authorities said Monday, as 1,164 new infections were reported across the province.

London, Ont. police lay charges after weekend gathering that violated COVID rules

LONDON, Ont. — Police in London, Ont., say they've charged a woman after a weekend gathering that violated COVID-19 rules. They say officers received a noise complaint on Saturday night and found about 15 people in a home, with none wearing masks.
Toronto, Peel enter lockdown, some residents welcome restrictions as cases rise

Toronto, Peel enter lockdown, some residents welcome restrictions as cases rise

Residents in Toronto and Peel Region appeared supportive of new COVID-19 measures Monday but were anxious about the course of the pandemic as the two hot spots entered a four-week lockdown aimed at curbing soaring infections.
Procession carries body of slain OPP officer from Toronto to Manitoulin Island

Procession carries body of slain OPP officer from Toronto to Manitoulin Island

An escort home was held Monday for an Ontario Provincial Police officer killed in the line of duty last week. Const. Marc Hovingh died Thursday after an incident on Manitoulin Island that also resulted in the death of a civilian.
Risk of death higher for multiple emergency room visits linked to alcohol: study

Risk of death higher for multiple emergency room visits linked to alcohol: study

TORONTO — A new study suggests people who visit a hospital emergency room at least twice in 12 months because of alcohol are more likely to die within a year.
Shoppers face snow, crowds to get gifts and finish errands before lockdown in Toronto

Shoppers face snow, crowds to get gifts and finish errands before lockdown in Toronto

TORONTO — Residents of one of Ontario's COVID-19 hot spots rushed out into a snowstorm to tackle Christmas shopping, stock up on supplies or squeeze in last-minute haircuts on Sunday as they prepared to hunker down for a lockdown meant to curb the sp

Quebec reports 1,154 new cases of COVID-19, 23 additional deaths linked to virus

Quebec is reporting 1,154 new cases of COVID-19 today and 23 additional deaths linked to the virus. The province says eight of those deaths took place in the last 24 hours, 11 occurred between Nov. 15 and 20, three were before Nov.
Religious minorities say Quebec's Christmas gathering plan shows a double standard

Religious minorities say Quebec's Christmas gathering plan shows a double standard

MONTREAL — Members of religious minority groups in Quebec are decrying the provincial government's plan to allow Christmas-time gatherings in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, calling the move a sign of a double standard.