Former Blue Jays shortstop Tony Fernandez dies
Nurses’ unions warn national standards for coronavirus protection too low
One person injured during interaction with police in Oakville
UPDATE: SIU investigating man's fall from balcony in Oakville
Raptors' superfan honoured by Basketball Hall of Fame
Should Burlington allow weed cafes?
The City of Burlington is asking residents to share their thoughts about whether cafes and lounges serving and allowing the consumption of cannabis should b
Minister offers to meet chiefs over cross-country anti-pipeline protests
Indigenous Services Minister Marc Miller has offered to meet with three Indigenous leaders, saying their protests against a pipeline in northern British Columbia are a volatile situation.
Federal government providing funding to prevent gender-based violence
The federal government is taking steps to help end gender-based violence, as well as violence against children.
Canadian research officials return from Geneva with plan to tackle coronavirus
Canada will aim $6.5 million at research on stopping the spread of the novel coronavirus, after co-ordinating with researchers around the world on tackling the outbreak.
Various teachers strikes staged after announcement of joint walkout
Teachers in Ontario's French system are holding a strike today, as public elementary and high school teachers walk out at select boards.
Del Duca emerges as Ontario Liberal leadership front-runner in delegate vote
TORONTO -- Former cabinet minister Steven Del Duca has emerged as the clear front-runner in the Ontario Liberal leadership race, according to new data released by the party.
Names in the mix: an updated list of potential Conservative leadership contenders
OTTAWA -- The Conservative leadership race is underway and the deadline to register as a candidate and meet the first round of requirements is Feb. 27.
Elementary teachers to protest outside education minister’s talk
Elementary teachers are planning to protest outside a downtown Toronto hotel today where Ontario's education minister is set to speak.
Halton elementary schools closed as teachers hit the picket line in provincewide strike
Elementary teachers are hitting the picket lines en masse in Ontario today in their second provincewide strike to put pressure on the government in contract talks.
City of Burlington looking for public input on fireworks bylaw expansion
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