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Closing arguments begin in court challenge to Quebec secularism law

Closing arguments begin in court challenge to Quebec secularism law

MONTREAL — Quebec's secularism law is so contrary to the essence of the Canadian Constitution it's as if the provincial government unilaterally amended it, the lawyer for a woman challenging the law argued Monday.

Outbreak declared after 62 cases linked to Ontario window company

VAUGHAN, Ont. — A COVID-19 outbreak at a window company in Vaughan, Ont., has sickened 62 people. Public health officials say there are also five probable cases and one under investigation.

11 test positive for COVID-19 after soccer game at York Region sports centre

VAUGHAN, Ont. — York Region has confirmed 11 cases of COVID-19 linked to a soccer game at a sports facility in Vaughan, Ont. The public health unit says about 25 people played at TRIO Sportsplex and Event Centre on Nov. 11 and 15.
Kawartha Dairy ice cream products recalled due to possible presence of metal

Kawartha Dairy ice cream products recalled due to possible presence of metal

OTTAWA — Kawartha Dairy Limited is recalling certain ice cream products in Ontario due to "possible presence of pieces of metal," Health Canada says.
Toronto police at 31 Division begin wearing body cameras this week

Toronto police at 31 Division begin wearing body cameras this week

Toronto police say they will begin using body-worn cameras this week. Front-line officers in Toronto's 31 Division will wear the cameras when interacting with the public.
COVID-19 caused surge in demand for food banks, which was already on the rise: report

COVID-19 caused surge in demand for food banks, which was already on the rise: report

TORONTO — A new report on food bank use across Ontario shows there was a surge in demand for those services when the COVID-19 pandemic took hold of the province over the winter.

Tougher COVID-19 restrictions take effect today in five Ontario regions

TORONTO — Tougher COVID-19 restrictions are taking effect today in five Ontario regions in an effort to curb the spread of the virus.

Nineteen test positive for COVID-19 at east-end Toronto elementary school

TORONTO — Eighteen students and a staff member have tested positive for COVID-19 at an east-end Toronto elementary school.
Enforcement ramps up in parts of Ontario as province logs 1,708 new COVID cases

Enforcement ramps up in parts of Ontario as province logs 1,708 new COVID cases

Officials in southern Ontario fined businesses, charged anti-maskers and busted at least one massive party over the weekend as the province recorded another 1,708 cases of COVID-19 on Sunday.
Montreal long-term care home sends 20 residents to hospital after COVID-19 outbreak

Montreal long-term care home sends 20 residents to hospital after COVID-19 outbreak

MONTREAL — A Montreal long-term care home transferred 20 residents to local hospitals on Sunday after a COVID-19 took hold in the last week, concerning officials and terrifying families.