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Ontario reaches deal with teachers in French-language public system

Ontario reaches deal with teachers in French-language public system

TORONTO — Ontario Education Minister Stephen Lecce says the province has reached a deal with teachers in the French-language public system.
App for Muslim Canadians, fundraising platform seek transparency from banking service

App for Muslim Canadians, fundraising platform seek transparency from banking service

TORONTO — Omar Khan was organizing sessions connecting Canadians to Muslim therapists and setting up forums to address mental-health fallout related to the Israel-Hamas war when he learned his online therapy platform had lost access to its banking se
Two Toronto constables charged with assault after shooting at men in car

Two Toronto constables charged with assault after shooting at men in car

TORONTO — Two Toronto police officers who opened fire at two men in an allegedly stolen car last June are now facing charges.
Pro-Palestinian groups claim Trudeau, Chow spreading misinformation on protest

Pro-Palestinian groups claim Trudeau, Chow spreading misinformation on protest

TORONTO — Organizers of a pro-Palestinian demonstration that passed by a Toronto hospital earlier this week accused the prime minister and the city's mayor on Wednesday of spreading misinformation and being unfair to peaceful protesters.
London police asked to explain why 254 sex-assault reports didn't lead to charges

London police asked to explain why 254 sex-assault reports didn't lead to charges

The oversight body for a southwestern Ontario police service under scrutiny for its handling of a high-profile sexual-assault investigation asked the force Wednesday to explain why roughly 40 per cent of sexual-assault reports it received last year d
Kelsey's restaurant served customer 18 shots before fatal car crash, AGCO alleges

Kelsey's restaurant served customer 18 shots before fatal car crash, AGCO alleges

HUNTSVILLE, ONTARIO — Ontario's alcohol regulator is seeking to suspend the licence of a Huntsville restaurant after a customer was allegedly served 18 shots of liquor in under four hours and then died in a car crash.
Ontario finance minister cancels LCBO pilot that would ID customers before entry

Ontario finance minister cancels LCBO pilot that would ID customers before entry

TORONTO — Ontario's finance minister has told the LCBO to cancel a pilot project that would have seen six stores scan identification cards before allowing customers inside. Peter Bethlenfalvy says he has heard serious concerns about the pilot.
Ontario's plan to get rid of blue licence plates is to sit back and wait

Ontario's plan to get rid of blue licence plates is to sit back and wait

TORONTO — Premier Doug Ford's government has a plan to get its blue licence plates off the roads, four years after discovering they are barely visible at night – and that plan is to sit back and wait.

Firefighters rescue two people and two cats from two-alarm fire in east Toronto

Toronto Fire crews rescued two people from a two-alarm fire at a low rise residential building east of downtown early Wednesday morning.
Toronto library, zoo attacks show public bodies need to boost cybersecurity: experts

Toronto library, zoo attacks show public bodies need to boost cybersecurity: experts

TORONTO — As the Toronto Public Library gradually works to restore full service following a crippling October cyberattack, experts are warning that public organizations need to find ways to bolster their ransomware defences, despite having limited re