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GO bus service disrupted for fourth day by strike at Toronto's Union Station

TORONTO — GO bus service has resumed at Toronto's Union Station after being diverted to other transit hubs Tuesday for the fourth consecutive day due to ongoing labour action.

Two students stabbed on high school grounds west of Toronto, teen arrested: police

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Police say they've arrested a 15-year-old boy after two students were stabbed on the grounds of a high school in Mississauga, Ont. Peel regional police say they were called to St.
Ryerson University changes its name to Toronto Metropolitan University

Ryerson University changes its name to Toronto Metropolitan University

TORONTO — Ryerson University, named after an architect of Canada's residential school system, will now be called Toronto Metropolitan University, the school announced Tuesday.
Ontario Liberals pledge to end for-profit long-term care, invest more in home care

Ontario Liberals pledge to end for-profit long-term care, invest more in home care

TORONTO — An Ontario Liberal government would adopt a "home-care first" approach to seniors' care and aim to eliminate for-profit long-term care by 2028, leader Steven Del Duca announced Tuesday.

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 April 26: Move the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board head office from Toronto

Ontario Tories want to move WSIB head office to London, Ont., from Toronto

Ontario's Progressive Conservative government says it wants to move the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board's head office to London, Ont., from Toronto if re-elected.

Ontario NDP vows to reverse election finance changes to boost govt integrity

Ontario's New Democrats say they'll scrap changes to election finance rules and reform lobbyist registration as part of a broader effort to boost government integrity if elected in June.

Ontario reports 1,730 people in hospital with COVID-19 and 219 in intensive care

Ontario is reporting 1,730 people in hospital with COVID-19 today and 219 in intensive care. That's up from 1,455 people in hospital on Monday, with no change in the number of COVID-19 patients in ICUs.
Ontario NDP try to position themselves as government in waiting ahead of election

Ontario NDP try to position themselves as government in waiting ahead of election

TORONTO — Ontario's New Democrats are heading into the upcoming election in their strongest position in decades, and are now setting out to accomplish what they couldn't last time – getting voters to see them as the government in waiting.

GO bus service impacted for third day by strike at Toronto's Union Station

TORONTO — GO buses have resumed service from Toronto's Union Station after being diverted to alternative transit hubs on Monday due to ongoing strike action.