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Hamilton officials single out restaurant for alleged COVID-19 infractions

Hamilton's public health officials have singled out a local restaurant for several alleged COVID-19 infractions. Krown Kafe in Stoney Creek, Ont.
Hydro One crews working to restore power to tens of thousands

Hydro One crews working to restore power to tens of thousands

Hydro One says its crews have been working flat out to restore power for thousands of customers after what it's calling the most significant storm in over two years, warning that some customers might not be reconnected for several days.

Police lay charges after large birthday party held inside Toronto storage unit

Toronto police say they had to shut down a large birthday party at a commercial storage unit that flouted COVID-19 restrictions early Monday. Police say they responded to reports of a large gathering at the building shortly after 1 a.m.
Ford pledges increased testing in long-term care homes as deaths climb in facilities

Ford pledges increased testing in long-term care homes as deaths climb in facilities

Ontario will increase COVID-19 testing in its long-term care homes in an effort to pinpoint how the virus is getting into the facilities, Premier Doug Ford said Monday as more new cases and deaths were reported in the sector.
Quebec reports 1,218 COVID-19 cases, 25 more deaths linked to novel coronavirus

Quebec reports 1,218 COVID-19 cases, 25 more deaths linked to novel coronavirus

MONTREAL — Quebec Premier Francois Legault says he isn't ready to commit to a COVID-19 Christmas plan as the province attempts to hold back a second wave of the novel coronavirus.

Police identify remains found at park as homicide victim from 2018

Hamilton police say human remains found at a park last month have been identified as belonging to a 26-year-old homicide victim. Police say the remains were discovered at the park on Oct. 6.

Toronto school declares outbreak after 13 students test positive for COVID-19

TORONTO — A COVID-19 outbreak has been declared at a Toronto high school after 13 students tested positive for the virus. The Toronto District School Board says the Lester B. Pearson Collegiate Institute remains open.

Off-duty Sudbury, Ont., police officer charged for driving while impaired

GREATER SUDBURY, Ont. — Sudbury police say they've charged one of their own officers after he was allegedly driving while impaired when off-duty. Police say that Const.

London, Ont., police lay charges after large house party on Friday night

LONDON, Ont. — Three teenagers are facing charges after hosting a house party in London, Ont., over the weekend. Police say they were called to the house late on Friday night and found nearly 100 people at the party with few wearing masks.
Food bank usage up in Toronto over summer due to instability caused by COVID: report

Food bank usage up in Toronto over summer due to instability caused by COVID: report

TORONTO — A new report says food bank visits in Toronto climbed this summer because of economic instability caused by COVID-19.