The Toronto Regional Real Estate Board says home sales in the region improved in May compared with April, but remained less than half of what they were… Read more »
rime Minister Justin Trudeau will continue today to make the case for a co-ordinated global response to cushion the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the world’s poorest countries.
He’ll be among the leaders and heads of state to deliver remarks during a virtual summit of the Organization of African, Caribbean, and Pacific States (OACPS).
Advocates and legal experts are raising concerns about potential privacy violations in the emergency orders the Ontario government has implemented to help fight the COVID-19 pandemic.
The orders, which are currently in place until June 9 but will likely be extended further, allow first responders to access personal health details of residents who have tested positive for COVID-19.
The Trudeau Liberals are asking parliamentarians to approve $60 billion in spending on a key COVID-19 emergency benefit for workers. The Trudeau Liberals are detailing to parliamentarians a… Read more »
The importance of understanding the role race might play in the COVID-19 pandemic has prompted Ontario to look at regulatory changes to make collection of such data… Read more »
Ontario Premier Doug Ford says Canada doesn’t have the “systemic, deep roots” of racism that the United States does. Ford was asked today to comment on the… Read more »
Huawei Technologies Inc.’s ambitions to be a player in Canada’s 5G network took a major hit Tuesday as two of the country’s three largest telecom companies announced partnerships with the Chinese tech giant’s European rivals.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau waded into the foreign policies of Israel and China on Tuesday, expressing concerns over separate but controversial positions that he says undermine peace… Read more »
Federal Delay of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls Action Plan Sparks Dismay Ahead of Inquiry Anniversary
Disheartened, disappointed, disbelieving. But still determined. Indigenous women and leaders fighting to end violence against Indigenous women in Canada say that’s how they feel about Wednesday’s anniversary… Read more »
As long-standing anger about discrimination boils over in the United States, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canadians must recognize there is systemic racism in their own country…. Read more »
A southwestern Ontario health unit says that a COVID-19 outbreak at a farm in Norfolk County has grown. The Haldimand-Norfolk Health Unit says in an update that… Read more »
It looks like hockey fans will be able to cheer on their favourite NHL team this summer but Canadians have issued a collective shrug about whether the Stanley… Read more »
As protesters keep up their anti-racism rallies on both sides of the border, top health officials are hoping they don’t forget about the risk of COVID-19. Canadian health officials are… Read more »
Toronto’s Pearson international airport says passengers and airport employees must now wear masks or face coverings “at all times,” part of a bundle of new policies effective today to… Read more »
It’s official. Live horse racing will begin in Ontario this weekend. Woodbine Entertainment made the official announcement Monday. That means harness racing will resume Friday at Woodbine… Read more »
Ontario’s ombudsman launched an investigation Monday into the province’s pandemic oversight of long-term care homes, where more than 1,600 residents and seven staff members have died of… Read more »
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is rejecting Donald Trump’s latest proposal to readmit Russia to the G7. The American president was to host the G7 summit later this month but has postponed… Read more »
The Royal Canadian Air Force says it’s focusing on a bird strike as the reason a Snowbird plane crashed in British Columbia last month. A preliminary investigation… Read more »
The federal government is rushing out $2.2 billion in anticipated infrastructure funding to Canada’s cities and while municipal leaders say it might help with a short-term cash… Read more »
Rogers Centre, the home of the Toronto Blue Jays, is going to be temporarily converted into a giant food bank facility. Rogers Communications and the Jays Care… Read more »
Toronto Mayor John Tory is expected to mark the beginning of Pride month today by raising the rainbow and transgender flags at city hall. The midday ceremony will… Read more »
Ontario is temporarily amending its labour laws to help businesses avoid permanently laying off workers and paying out severance, which could send some into bankruptcy during the… Read more »