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Metrolinx accused of backtracking on deal to build Toronto community centre

TORONTO — Ontario politicians are calling on the provincial government to intervene in a dispute between a major regional public transit provider and the City of Toronto after allegations the agency backtracked on a long-standing agreement to have a

Super League expunges Wolfpack record after Toronto opts to sit out rest of season

TORONTO — In the wake of the Toronto Wolfpack’s decision to sit out the remainder of the 2020 season, the Super League board has ruled that the transatlantic rugby league club's record should be expunged.
Quebec to permit public indoor and outdoor gatherings of up to 250 people by Aug. 3

Quebec to permit public indoor and outdoor gatherings of up to 250 people by Aug. 3

MONTREAL — Quebec says it will permit indoor and outdoor public gatherings of up to 250 people across the province beginning Aug. 3.
School reopening plan coming next week, Lecce says, as critics urge more funding

School reopening plan coming next week, Lecce says, as critics urge more funding

TORONTO — A new plan to reopen the Ontario's schools in September is coming next week, the province's education minister said Thursday, conceding that the government could do more to provide resources and training to staff in light of the pandemic.

Get for-profits out of long-term care, unions say as they launch campaign

TORONTO — Several unions launched a campaign on Thursday calling on the Ontario government to phase out for-profit companies that operate long-term care homes.

Employee charged in 407 ETR data breach involving 60,000 customers

An employee from a company that operates a well-traveled toll road in southern Ontario has been charged in a major breach of customer data.

New York man charged after failing to stop at border crossing: Niagara police

Police in Niagara region say they've charged a New York man who allegedly drove across the border without stopping, then assaulted officers.
Toronto Arrows re-sign fly half Tayler Adams and 4 other players for 2021 season

Toronto Arrows re-sign fly half Tayler Adams and 4 other players for 2021 season

TORONTO — The Toronto Arrows have re-signed New Zealand fly half Tayler Adams and four other players. The Major League Rugby team has also brought Manuel Diana, Guiseppe du Toit, Leandro Leivas and Ben LeSage back into the fold for the 2021 season.
Olympic rowing champ McBean reminds athletes that they're writing their story

Olympic rowing champ McBean reminds athletes that they're writing their story

TORONTO — Marnie McBean has a message for Canada's Olympic athletes: however they navigate these turbulent times will be part of a story they'll tell for the rest of their lives.

Boy, 8, dies after being hit by car while leaving day camp in Montreal

MONTREAL — An eight-year-old boy died after he was struck by a car outside a day camp in Montreal Wednesday. The incident occurred around 4 p.m.
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