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More than 90 per cent of Ontario LTC homes meet A/C standards

TORONTO — More than 90 per cent of Ontario's long-term care homes are now providing air conditioning in all resident rooms — an update that comes now that temperatures across the province are dropping.
Stay-inside order lifted for Wiikwemkoong First Nation after man turns himself in

Stay-inside order lifted for Wiikwemkoong First Nation after man turns himself in

WIKWEMIKONG, Ont. — A stay-at-home order has been lifted for the Wiikwemkoong First Nation on Manitoulin Island after a person believed to be armed and dangerous turned himself in.

Ontario's top court to hear government's appeal of mandatory teacher math test case

TORONTO — Ontario's Appeal Court will hear a case in which the government is seeking to mandate a math test for new teachers.

Ontario stays COVID-19 violation charges against Sloan, Hillier

TORONTO — Ontario is no longer pursuing charges against a former member of parliament and a former member of provincial parliament for attending COVID-19 restriction protests.

Man faces murder charges after woman found stabbed inside burning Vaughan, Ont. home

VAUGHAN, Ont. — A 71-year-old man is facing murder and arson charges after police say a woman was found with stab wounds inside a burning home in Vaughan, Ont.
23 sent to Niagara Region hospital after acid leak, all discharged

23 sent to Niagara Region hospital after acid leak, all discharged

An acid spill at an auto plant sent 23 people to a Niagara Region hospital Tuesday, including three who were directly exposed to the hazardous material, but all were discharged later in the day.

OPP searching for 'armed and dangerous man' in Wiikwemkoong First Nation

WIKWEMIKONG, Ont. — Ontario Provincial Police have issued an emergency alert asking residents of Wiikwemkoong First Nation on Manitoulin Island to stay inside as they search for a person they believe to be "armed and dangerous.

Second suspect charged in frying pan attack on missing Ontario woman Elnaz Hajtamiri

RICHMOND HILL, Ont. — Police north of Toronto say another suspect has been charged in a violent attack on a woman who was then kidnapped a few weeks later.
Hydro One sending 30 power line workers to help storm-ravaged Nova Scotia

Hydro One sending 30 power line workers to help storm-ravaged Nova Scotia

Hydro One says it's sending some 30 workers to help restore power in Nova Scotia in the wake of post-tropical storm Fiona.
Ontario wants feedback on portable benefits plan for precarious workers

Ontario wants feedback on portable benefits plan for precarious workers

TORONTO — Ontario is looking for feedback as it moves toward implementing a portable benefits program for precarious workers.