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Most construction sites and all cannabis stores will be among the workplaces forced to close as Queen’s Park escalates the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. TORONTO STAR

In a formal response to a federal lawsuit filed by sheriff’s deputy Alan Strickland in February, stemming from an incident after Game 6 of the NBA Finals, Ujiri...

Ontario can expect 1,600 deaths COVID-19 deaths by the end of April if stricter measures aren’t taken, according to a computer models projecting tracks for the virus that...

What started as a local initiative in Kamloops B.C. is now spreading across the province. TORONTO STAR

In addition to the projected $19.5-million construction cost, Ottawa commits to provide long-term funding for operations and maintenance, including federally funded services such as nursing, personal support workers...

COVID-19 modelling projections show that measures Ontario implemented so far have saved thousands of lives, but more must be done. TORONTO STAR

The Canadian government confronted the ugly face of protectionism in the coronavirus pandemic Friday after U.S. President Donald Trump ordered an end to American exports of much-needed N95...

Canadians abroad complain repatriation flights are too much, but Ottawa says they are the same as always. TORONTO STAR

The “Toosie Slide” video starts off panning the quiet streets of downtown Toronto and moves into an “MTV: Cribs”-style tour of Drake’s Bridle Path home — which obviously...

Ottawa’s point person on the pandemic response is getting support from a premier who used to be one of her government’s fiercest critics, Susan Delacourt writes. TORONTO...

“This industry is beautiful, and it will survive in some way, shape or form — though I have no idea what shape that’s going to take.” TORONTO...

Demand for critical care beds across the province is nearing 80 per cent of pre-pandemic capacity, even as experts say the number of new COVID-19 cases in Ontario...

The tool, developed in Kingston, offers a warning in real-time on whether a COVID-19 surge is starting. TORONTO STAR

Three-quarters of Canadians are “voluntarily self-isolating at home” due to the COVID-19 pandemic and a staggering 96 per cent believe physical distancing can slow the rate of infections,...

Across the city, once-publicly accessible washrooms have shuttered for the pandemic. It’s more than a mild inconvenience for some city bus drivers. TORONTO STAR

Rural mayors are torn about what to say to people who own second homes in their region. TORONTO STAR

The bylaw, signed by Mayor John Tory during a state of emergency, will allow for fines up to $5,000 for anyone found to be breaking the rules.

Adrian Cheung talks to an emergency room doctor, Dr. David Carr, who has worked in emergency medicine for nearly two decades and gives a firsthand account on what...

Some got laid off too early. Some didn’t earn enough. And some won’t even know they’re eligible, finds an analysis released Thursday by the Canadian Centre for Policy...