Toronto Caribbean Carnival has been cancelled due to COVID-19.
OTTAWA -- Canada's energy minister will speak to his U.S. and Mexican counterparts Thursday in a bid to form a common front ahead of talks aimed at ending the global oil-price wars.
Members of the Ontario English Catholic Teachers' Association (OECTA) have ratified the agreement with the Province for a new contract.
TORONTO -- The head of the Royal Bank of Canada is warning the economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic will likely be slower and more uneven than originally thought.
Researchers at Sinai Health and the University of Toronto are working on developing a blood test that can determine who is immune to COVID-19 on a mass scale.
It seems like every day there's more bad news regarding COVID-19; however, the good news is many companies have stepped up to help residents across the country.
The Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO) is announcing it will be authorizing cannabis stores in Ontario to provide delivery and curbside pick-up services.
Burlington has is banning burning permits. Starting April 13, the Burlington Fire Department (BFD) is suspending all Open-Air Burning Permits until further notice. 
OTTAWA -- Health-care associations and unions say Canada has failed to learn vital lessons from past pandemics, and front-line workers are now paying the price.
Burlington City Council voted unanimously to enact a physical distancing by-law Monday to support efforts to minimize the spread of COVID-19.