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Workers at 8 Ontario casinos set Friday strike deadline amid contract negotiations

TORONTO — The union representing workers at eight Ontario casinos says members have voted to strike if new agreements cannot be brokered by Friday at midnight.
Toronto pre-teen the youngest person in Canada to receive total artificial heart

Toronto pre-teen the youngest person in Canada to receive total artificial heart

Multiple heart surgeries and near-death experiences have earned 12-year-old Mariam Tannous the nickname Mariam Miracle, says her mom
Two wounded in nightclub shooting, hours after deadly shooting near Union Station

Two wounded in nightclub shooting, hours after deadly shooting near Union Station

Toronto police say two people were seriously wounded in a shooting at a nightclub early Sunday morning that came only hours after a man was shot dead near one of the city's biggest transportation hubs.
Ontario seeks new electricity generation as demand rises, nuclear plant to be retired

Ontario seeks new electricity generation as demand rises, nuclear plant to be retired

Ontario's electricity system is searching for more power producers as demand rises and a major nuclear plant nears retirement, a process likely to secure more natural gas generation while the government seeks to end reliance on it
Shooting near Union Station leaves one man dead, triggers brief lockdown: police

Shooting near Union Station leaves one man dead, triggers brief lockdown: police

TORONTO — A shooting outside one of Toronto's primary transportation hubs left one man dead and briefly paused all train and bus services through Union Station Saturday evening, as police ramped up their search for suspects. Toronto Police Duty Insp.
Ontario NDP sets rules for leadership contest naming new party head by March 2023

Ontario NDP sets rules for leadership contest naming new party head by March 2023

Ontario's New Democrats have mapped out the rules for a leadership contest that will see a new party head in place by the first week of March 2023
Toronto van attacker seeks appeal for conviction of first-degree, attempted murder

Toronto van attacker seeks appeal for conviction of first-degree, attempted murder

The man responsible for Toronto's deadly 2018 van attack is seeking to appeal his conviction on 10 counts of first-degree murder and 16 counts of attempted murder. Alek Minassian filed a notice of appeal to Ontario's top court this week
New COVID outbreaks more than doubled in Ontario LTC homes since last weekly report

New COVID outbreaks more than doubled in Ontario LTC homes since last weekly report

TORONTO — New COVID-19 outbreaks more than doubled in Ontario long-term care homes in the first week of July, Public Health Ontario says, as the sector sees the impact of a seventh virus wave.

Toronto school board investigates after teacher allegedly taped two students to chair

The Toronto District School Board has put a teacher on home assignment while it investigates allegations the educator taped two kindergarten students to a chair.

York Region police charge 25 people after drug trafficking probe

Police say 25 people have been charged with 113 criminal offences following a year-long investigation into an alleged drug smuggling network.