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Summer camp in Muskoka shuts amid COVID outbreak

ROSSEAU, Ont. — A summer camp in the Muskoka region has decided to shut down after COVID-19 cases were linked to an outbreak.

One person dead, another missing after swim in Niagara River

NIAGARA FALLS, Ont. — Niagara Regional Police say a woman is dead and a man is missing after they went for a Sunday afternoon swim in the Niagara River.

Ontario reports 218 new cases, two more deaths linked to COVID-19

TORONTO — Ontario is reporting 218 new cases of COVID-19 and two more deaths. Health Minister Christine Elliott says 40 of the new cases were in Toronto, 33 in Peel and 23 in York regions. She says the numbers are based on over 14,100 tests.
Ontario in ‘critical’ period to use up Moderna shots, pharmacists group says

Ontario in ‘critical’ period to use up Moderna shots, pharmacists group says

TORONTO — Ontario pharmacists say thousands of doses of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine are set to expire soon and they warn the supply could go to waste if people don't show up to get a shot.

Boy, 2, dead after being hit by SUV in Toronto shopping centre's parking lot

Toronto police say a two-year-old boy has died after he was hit by an SUV in a shopping centre's parking lot. They say it happened Saturday afternoon outside Majestic City in Toronto's east end.
Ontario reports 258 new cases, six more deaths linked to COVID-19

Ontario reports 258 new cases, six more deaths linked to COVID-19

TORONTO — Ontario is reporting 258 new cases of COVID-19 and six more deaths. Health Minister Christine Elliott says 53 of the new cases were in Toronto, 33 in York Region, 28 in Waterloo Region, 27 in Hamilton and 26 in Peel Region.
A look at the provincial government's plans for a redeveloped Ontario Place

A look at the provincial government's plans for a redeveloped Ontario Place

The Ontario government announced its plans Friday for a redeveloped Ontario Place. Three companies have been hired to develop and run new and upgraded attractions at the site.

Cop convicted of assaulting Dafonte Miller denied bail while applying to top court

TORONTO — An off-duty police officer convicted of brutally assaulting a young Black man has been denied bail as he seeks to bring his case before Canada's top court. Const.

Capacity limits are out, but masks will stay on after Step 3 of Ontario's reopening

TORONTO — Ontario won't lift its mask mandate in the next phase of reopening, the province announced Friday, even as it plans to drop most other public health measures meant to curb the spread of COVID-19.
Ford government outlines plans, selected companies for Ontario Place redevelopment

Ford government outlines plans, selected companies for Ontario Place redevelopment

TORONTO — Three companies have been selected to redevelop the Ontario Place theme park on Toronto’s waterfront, with plans for year-round attractions including a larger concert venue, pools, gardens and an adventure park.