TORONTO—An Ontario court has dismissed a legal challenge from elementary teachers and a civil liberties group over the province's sex-ed curriculum.
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TORONTO—An ad campaign from a group of open vaccine skeptics that briefly dotted some streets in the Toronto area represents a “very concerning” development in the ongoing fight against misinformation, Ontario's health minister said yesterday.
TORONTO—An incident in which a well-known comic actor nuzzles and licks the ear of an on-air TV journalist reporting from a meeting of comedians sparked widespread public condemnation and prompted the reporter to take the matter to police yesterday.
OTTAWA—Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is reconsidering Jody Wilson-Raybould's future in the Liberal party after his former attorney general accused him, his senior staff, and the country's top civil servant of putting her under relentless pressure to interfere in the criminal prosecution of SNC-Lavalin and refused to say whether she still believes in his leadership.
TORONTO—A pricey Progressive Conservative fundraising gala where attendees can rub shoulders with key members of government doesn't constitute cash-for-access, Premier Doug Ford said ahead of the event in Toronto yesterday.
TORONTO — Canada’s former attorney general testified Wednesday she experienced a consistent and sustained effort by many people in Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government to inappropriately interfere in the prosecution of a major Canadian engineering company, including receiving “veiled threats.”
OTTAWA — The Canadian government signalled a shift in telecommunications policy on Tuesday, saying the industry’s regulator will be required to consider affordability as a high priority when it makes future regulatory decisions.
TORONTO—Ontario's social services ministry directed autism therapy providers in the fall to only take on new clients with previous service commitments, but the minister denied yesterday the move amounted to freezing the wait list for treatment.
A blast of winter weather that included damaging winds and blowing snow caused chaos on highways in southern Ontario and left thousands of people without power, authorities said yesterday.
A major crash on Highway 400 near Barrie, Ont. left several people with minor injuries.
OTTAWA—Jagmeet Singh tightened his shaky grip on the reins of the NDP yesterday by winning a do-or-die federal byelection in British Columbia.