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City of Toronto declares end of emergency order issued over COVID-19 pandemic

City of Toronto declares end of emergency order issued over COVID-19 pandemic

TORONTO — Canada's most populous city has announced the end of the municipal emergency it declared when the COVID-19 pandemic hit but says its fight against the virus isn't over.
Ontario PCs promise to boost disability support payment rates by five per cent

Ontario PCs promise to boost disability support payment rates by five per cent

TORONTO — Ontario's Progressive Conservatives promised Monday to increase disability support payment rates by five per cent, if re-elected, a pledge that was not in their recent budget that is serving as their platform.
Promise tracker: What the Ontario parties are pitching on the campaign trail

Promise tracker: What the Ontario parties are pitching on the campaign trail

TORONTO — A running list of election promises announced by the Progressive Conservatives, NDP, Liberals and Greens in Ontario since late March: Progressive Conservatives May 9: Increase disability support payment rates by five per cent and introduce
Highlights of key promises from the Ontario Liberal platform

Highlights of key promises from the Ontario Liberal platform

TORONTO — The Ontario Liberals released their costed platform Monday. Here are some key promises: - Balance the budget by 2026-27, though making room for "unforeseen circumstances." - Build 1.

Ontario reports no new COVID-19 deaths, increase in hospitalizations

TORONTO — Ontario reported no new deaths linked to COVID-19 on Monday, after reporting 10 new deaths on Sunday.
Ford pledges to restore Northlander passenger rail service, rebuild Highway 101

Ford pledges to restore Northlander passenger rail service, rebuild Highway 101

Ontario's Progressive Conservatives are promising improvements to road and rail transportation in northern Ontario, including a $75 million campaign pledge to restore the Northlander passenger rail service between Toronto and Timmins, Ont.
Where the Ontario leaders are on the campaign trail for May 9

Where the Ontario leaders are on the campaign trail for May 9

TORONTO — Here's where the leaders of Ontario's main political parties are today: ____ Progressive Conservative Leader Doug Ford No scheduled events. ____ NDP Leader Andrea Horwath Sudbury.

Ontario reports 10 new COVID-19 deaths and a drop in hospitalizations

Ontario is reporting 10 more deaths linked to COVID-19 today and another drop in the number of people in hospital with the virus. The Ministry of Health says one of the 10 deaths is from an earlier date and is part of a data cleanup.
Soaring cost of living, eroding affordability top of mind for Ontario voters

Soaring cost of living, eroding affordability top of mind for Ontario voters

Chanakya Ramdev has changed where he shops for groceries, he no longer goes to restaurants and he cooks all his meals at home. But the Waterloo, Ont., resident says he’s still struggling with soaring food prices.

Toronto police looking for one suspect in double shooting in city's east end

A double shooting in Toronto's east end early Saturday morning has left one man dead and another in serious condition in hospital.