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Do they book that flight to reunite with loved ones or stay put and isolate? TORONTO STAR

Meanwhile, South Korea imposes tighter virus rules on Seoul. TORONTO STAR

Is it too much? There are concerns that adding so many buildings to the registry could hinder intensification in exactly the neighbourhoods that need it the most.

Ibaka, who had his best NBA season in 2019-20, averaging 15.4 points and 8.2 rebounds per game, leaves Raptors to reunite with former teammate Kawhi Leonard in Los...

Provincial police say it happened shortly before 9 a.m. while a Ford and a Lexus were travelling westbound on a stretch of Highway 401. TORONTO STAR

Travel will be impacted and motorists were advised to expect winter snowy conditions on roads. TORONTO STAR

Salons and other personal service businesses, such as nail spas and wax bars, are reporting fully-booked weekends. TORONTO STAR

Locking up VanVleet, the undrafted guard who made himself into an integral part of a championship team, was by far the Raptors’ off-season priority and sets them up...

“I would say there’s a broader understanding that protectionism is on the rise in the U.S.,” says Industry Minister Navdeep Bains. TORONTO STAR

We’re about to enter an era of uneven vaccine access that will demand answers about who gets a vaccine, how to keep track and whether we might take...

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has escalated its warning for cruise travel to the highest level and continued to recommend avoiding any trips on cruise...

Nearly one in five people living in the Brampton north neighbourhood tests positive for COVID-19, according to recent analysis. Residents say the rate has less to do with...

Experts say parental leave benefits need to be permanently expanded to include more people, including self-employed and gig workers. TORONTO STAR

Toronto’s tourism industry has lost hundreds of millions of visitor dollars. Retailers are subleasing space for a fraction of the price, occupancy rates at hotels and motels have...

“Today’s decision, by the Province, is the necessary decision,” said Dr. Eileen de Villa, Toronto’s medical officer of health. TORONTO STAR

Older people need more community support so they don’t have to make the ‘really terrible choice’ between getting things they need or staying home and avoiding outside contacts,...

Another shutdown of in-store shopping just as the holiday season is beginning will be too much for some store owners — particularly small, independent ones — to survive.

Pierre Poilievre has been posting messages to social media and on his constituency website about “global elites preying on the fears and desperation of people to impose their...

Here’s why one expert says it’s doing “exactly what it’s supposed to.” TORONTO STAR