The naming of Carolyn Bennett as Canada’s minister for mental health and addictions had personal meaning for Noah Irvine. Now he wants to see action. TORONTO STAR

If someone in your clan has to get COVID, Shawna Cohen’s experience suggests you let it happen in Aruba — weather aside, they seem have a better and...

She co-founded women’s studies at U of T and took on the AGO: Ceta Ramkhalawansingh has done it all, and is now cataloguing it. TORONTO STAR

The late Ray Biggart was on the team that brought an AL franchise to Canada TORONTO STAR

Opera director Alison Wong and bassist Alex St. Kitts designed an artistic Toronto wedding TORONTO STAR

As Omicron-driven staff shortages block access to health-care services, some First Nations and the federal government are butting heads over offsetting the strain. TORONTO STAR

There are 558 people in ICU due to coronavirus, the province reported. TORONTO STAR

Elementary, middle and high school students around the province share their thoughts on their return to the classroom on Monday. TORONTO STAR

Statistics are latest evidence of how COVID has changed Canadians’ drinking habits. TORONTO STAR

Dry January is a popular time to cut back on alcohol, but more people are rethinking their drinking year round. The non-alcoholic spirit industry is booming. TORONTO...

Three years in, All Elite Wrestling has established itself as being the first viable alternative to WWE since the ‘Monday Night Wars’ of the mid-90s. TORONTO STAR

“The vision is to be the most progressive and inclusive police service serving a community,” Duraiappah told the Star in a wide-ranging year-end interview. TORONTO STAR

Three years in, experts debate whether the policy has helped enough with Toronto’s rental supply to justify the instability for tenants. TORONTO STAR

Toronto Fire Services say the blaze is still ongoing, and urge people to avoid the area of Leeds Street and Ossington Avenue. TORONTO STAR

Meanwhile, China said the omicron variant of COVID-19 was confirmed in infections in Shanghai and Guangdong province. TORONTO STAR

The ‘spotty’ availability of windows and doors is among supply shortages being blamed on COVID-19 and increased consumer demand. TORONTO STAR

Governments and policymakers are struggling to adapt to a version of COVID-19 that is both more transmissible and less deadly. TORONTO STAR

Experts say you should have some protection after an infection, but your best bet is to get a booster. TORONTO STAR

How the highly infectious COVID-19 variant entered homes and upended lives. TORONTO STAR

As demand for mental health care skyrockets, many Canadian doctors are stepping back from the front lines to heal themselves TORONTO STAR