More than a month after the Canada Revenue Agency took its website offline in the wake of a major cyberattack, the federal tax collection agency won't say when it expects its online services to fully return to normal.
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TORONTO–The Toronto Christmas Market, an annual event that typically draws large crowds to a historic part of the city’s downtown, has been cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Toronto Mayor John Tory says the decision to call off the weeks-long event was made by organizers in light of the ongoing health crisis.
TORONTO–Ontario is expected to announce its COVID-19 fall preparedness plan today.
Premier Doug Ford has promised the plan will help the province grapple with a possible second wave of the novel coronavirus.
The strategy comes as daily virus case counts continue to climb to levels not seen for months in Ontario.
TORONTO–Ontario is reporting 478 new cases of COVID-19 today, along with three new deaths related to the virus.
Health Minister Christine Elliott says there are 153 cases reported in Toronto, 95 in Peel Region and 90 in Ottawa.
She says 68 per cent of the new cases are in people under the age of 40.
SAULNIERVILLE, N.S. - The federal government is affirming the Mi’kmaq First Nation’s treaty rights in an ongoing dispute with non-Indigenous fishermen in southwestern Nova Scotia.
A seasoned police officer who failed to provide medical help for an Indigenous woman following a deadly drug overdose will be spending the next 12 months in jail, a southern Ontario judge ruled Monday.
EDMONTON–A new piece of medical equipment created at the University of Alberta may give doctors a quicker and safer way to resuscitate patients who go into cardiac arrest due to COVID-19.
The novel coronavirus can create complications in the lungs and many patients are placed on their bellies to improve ventilation.
TORONTO - Ontario took a step back in its COVID-19 recovery on Saturday as Premier Doug Ford reimposed restrictions on social gatherings across the province in a bid to curb what he described as an “alarming growth” in new cases.
The steady rise in Ontario's COVID-19 caseload continued on Sunday, though at a slightly slower pace than the previous two days, when diagnoses reached levels not seen for months.
REGINA - A mother who alleges the federal government and RCMP took a a “negligent” and “lackadaisical” approach to investigating missing and murdered Indigenous women will attend a hearing this week that will determine if her lawsuit moves forward, her lawyer says.