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Ontario reporting 103 new cases of COVID-19, no new virus-related deaths

Ontario reporting 103 new cases of COVID-19, no new virus-related deaths

TORONTO — Ontario is reporting 103 new cases of COVID-19 today, and no new deaths related to the novel coronavirus. The total number of cases now stands at 38,210, which includes 2,755 deaths and 33,963 resolved cases.
Toronto Wolfpack want to become the Green Bay Packers of rugby. Help is needed

Toronto Wolfpack want to become the Green Bay Packers of rugby. Help is needed

TORONTO — David Argyle has a dream. And he's looking for help to make it happen. The majority owner of the Toronto Wolfpack reluctantly put his transatlantic rugby league team on the shelf Monday, at least for the 2020 season.
Pennsylvania won't allow Blue Jays to play in Pittsburgh

Pennsylvania won't allow Blue Jays to play in Pittsburgh

TORONTO — The state of Pennsylvania won't allow the Toronto Blue Jays to play at PNC Park in Pittsburgh amid the coronavirus pandemic, health officials announced Wednesday, becoming the second jurisdiction to say no to the team as the baseball season

Northern Ontario First Nation secures additional land under federal law

LONGLAC, Ont. — A northern Ontario First Nation says it has secured additional land under policies laid out in a federal law.

Prisoners go on hunger strike at Ottawa-Carleton Detention Centre

GLOUCESTER, Ont. — A prisoner rights organization says inmates at the Ottawa-Carleton Detention Centre have resumed a hunger strike in an effort to force authorities to improve conditions at the facility.
Ousted Tory legislator says new law gives Ford too much power

Ousted Tory legislator says new law gives Ford too much power

TORONTO — A former Progressive Conservative legislator ousted from the party caucus for voting against a sweeping new law that extends pandemic emergency orders said she opposed the measure because it gives Premier Doug Ford's government too much pow
Quebec reports four new COVID-19 deaths, 142 new cases as hospitalizations drop

Quebec reports four new COVID-19 deaths, 142 new cases as hospitalizations drop

MONTREAL — As Quebec reported four new deaths attributed to COVID-19 and 142 new cases of the disease Wednesday, a Montreal public health doctor encouraged people to remain vigilant and get tested if they think they're sick with the virus. Dr.

Two Toronto police officers charged with assault in TTC incident

Toronto police say an officer is facing additional charges in the alleged assault of a man who refused to leave a city bus last year, while a second officer is now also facing charges in the case. Investigators say the incident happened on Dec.
Government assistance the key to CFL staging abbreviated 2020 season

Government assistance the key to CFL staging abbreviated 2020 season

TORONTO — As the CFL and CFL Players' Association continue discussing amending their collective bargaining agreement to allow for a shortened season, government funding remains key to football being played in 2020.
Maple Leafs Sports & Entertainment plans for next step of sports reopening

Maple Leafs Sports & Entertainment plans for next step of sports reopening

Toronto FC is back in action. The Raptors and Maple Leafs are gearing up for their return to play. But today there are still more questions than answers as Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment looks to the future.
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