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Stock up early on booze this holiday season, LCBO urges, citing supply chain issues

TORONTO — Ontario's foremost liquor purveyor is urging residents to stock up early this holiday season to prevent any supply chain-induced disappointments.
Ontarians aged 50 and older can soon book COVID-19 boosters

Ontarians aged 50 and older can soon book COVID-19 boosters

TORONTO — Ontario residents aged 50 and older can soon book COVID-19 booster shots and more people will become eligible in January, the province announced Thursday, amid rising virus cases and the new Omicron variant. Dr.

One-year-old girl found dead after house fire in Leeds County

Provincial police say a one-year-old girl was found dead after a house fire in Rideau Lakes Township, Ont., this week. They say her body was found after the fire was extinguished on Tuesday evening.

Community grieving after London, Ont., crash that killed eight-year-old girl

Girl Guides of Canada and a local school board say their communities are grieving after a car crash killed an eight-year-old girl and injured nine other pedestrians in London, Ont., this week.
Man accused in cop's death wants pub ban changed to address 'misleading' narrative

Man accused in cop's death wants pub ban changed to address 'misleading' narrative

TORONTO — A man accused in the death of a Toronto police officer is seeking to partially lift a publication ban on his case in order to address what his lawyer has called a "misleading" narrative.
Ontario offering loans guarantees for non-profit long-term care development

Ontario offering loans guarantees for non-profit long-term care development

TORONTO — Ontario is offering loan guarantees to help not-for-profit long-term care homes acquire development loans.
New online resources launched to help Ontario schools combat Islamophobia

New online resources launched to help Ontario schools combat Islamophobia

TORONTO — Ontario students and teachers now have access to a set of online resources aimed at combating Islamophobia in schools.
Police say 8-year-old girl has died after pedestrians struck in London, Ont.

Police say 8-year-old girl has died after pedestrians struck in London, Ont.

An eight-year-old girl died and several children were injured after a vehicle in London, Ont., hit a group of pedestrians that included several Girl Guides, officials said Wednesday. Const.

Laurentian University withholding documents for financial audit, auditor general says

TORONTO — Laurentian University is refusing to provide documents for an audit into its finances, prompting Ontario's auditor general to go to court to request the information.
Ontario using frequent Minister's Zoning Orders to fast-track development: auditor

Ontario using frequent Minister's Zoning Orders to fast-track development: auditor

TORONTO — The Ontario government is employing a previously little-used land-planning tool to fast-track development and circumvent normal planning processes, the auditor general said in her annual report.