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11th person dies from weekend storm, tens of thousands Ontarians still without power

11th person dies from weekend storm, tens of thousands Ontarians still without power

The death toll from the destructive storm that swept across Ontario over the weekend rose to 11 on Thursday, with police reporting another fatality.
Man dead after interaction with police in east Toronto; school lockdowns lifted

Man dead after interaction with police in east Toronto; school lockdowns lifted

Toronto police say a man has died after an interaction with officers during which a police gun was fired. Police Chief James Ramer says officers were called to the city's east end around 1 p.m. on reports of a person with a gun.
Ontario Liberal candidate withdraws, party three short of a full slate

Ontario Liberal candidate withdraws, party three short of a full slate

The Ontario Liberals are down another candidate with one week to go until voting day, making a total of three ridings with no Liberal in the running for the June 2 provincial election.

Toronto confirms first case of monkeypox; investigating five others

Toronto Public Health has confirmed the city's first case of monkeypox. The city has been investigating several suspected and probable cases, and today announced that one has been lab confirmed.
Three Ontario political parties pledge to end for-profit long-term care

Three Ontario political parties pledge to end for-profit long-term care

TORONTO — The COVID-19 pandemic cast a spotlight on long-term care and showed that private corporations should not be in the business of elder care, say three of Ontario's four major political parties, who pledge to remove for-profit care from the sy
Where the Ontario leaders are on the campaign trail for May 26

Where the Ontario leaders are on the campaign trail for May 26

Here's where the leaders of Ontario's main political parties are today: ____ Progressive Conservative Leader Doug Ford Hamilton: Hosts a rally. 7:30 p.m. ____ NDP Leader Andrea Horwath Brampton: Announces plan to end hallway medicine. 9 a.m.
A determined Andrea Horwath takes on her fourth and maybe final fight as NDP leader

A determined Andrea Horwath takes on her fourth and maybe final fight as NDP leader

TORONTO — Andrea Horwath's days are quite full, as leader of Ontario's Official Opposition, so to unwind she likes to bake – though her version of downtime doesn't sound especially relaxing.

Two new suspected cases, one probable case of monkeypox in Toronto: health agency

Two new suspected cases of monkeypox and one probable case of the virus were reported in Toronto on Wednesday, bringing the total number of cases being investigated in the city to four.
Uxbridge families balancing storm cleanup, school closures days after destruction

Uxbridge families balancing storm cleanup, school closures days after destruction

UXBRIDGE, Ont. — Jeffery Bolingbroke and Brittany Risebrough had been living in their new home for just two months before the roof was torn off. The Uxbridge, Ont.
Ontario political leaders pledge changes to autism program

Ontario political leaders pledge changes to autism program

TORONTO — Ontario's autism program has undergone four major revamps in the past six years, and has seen five different ministers in charge, and Alina Cameron just wants her daughter's over four-and-a-half year wait for treatment to be done.