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Man charged after allegedly running unlicensed cosmetic surgery clinic in Oshawa

OSHAWA, Ont. — A man is facing charges after allegedly running an unlicensed cosmetic surgery clinic out of a home in Oshawa, Ont.
Ontario's top doctor to release guidance for Thanksgiving, Halloween

Ontario's top doctor to release guidance for Thanksgiving, Halloween

TORONTO — Ontario's chief medical officer of health is set to release his advice today for safely celebrating Thanksgiving and Halloween. Earlier this week, Dr.
Ontario announces funds to hire more than 4,000 long-term care workers this year

Ontario announces funds to hire more than 4,000 long-term care workers this year

TORONTO — Ontario's long-term care operators welcomed provincial funding announced Wednesday to hire more than 4,000 staff within a year but advocates and employees said more must be done to improve working conditions in the sector.
Some Ontario health units tighten immunization rules for indoor youth sports

Some Ontario health units tighten immunization rules for indoor youth sports

Ontario health units are starting to take a harder line than the province on COVID-19 vaccination rules for youth sports, but some operators say the sudden change has unfairly shut out young participants.
Ontario willing to discuss optometrist costs, but won't write blank cheque: minister

Ontario willing to discuss optometrist costs, but won't write blank cheque: minister

TORONTO — Ontario is willing to discuss optometrists' operating costs, but won't write them a "blank cheque," the health minister said Wednesday ahead of a rally by the eye care professionals.
Ford declines Opposition call to review PC caucus medical exemptions

Ford declines Opposition call to review PC caucus medical exemptions

TORONTO — Premier Doug Ford says he won't get involved in people's personal medical records.
Toronto opens pop-up vaccine clinics ahead of Thanksgiving holiday weekend

Toronto opens pop-up vaccine clinics ahead of Thanksgiving holiday weekend

TORONTO — The City of Toronto is rolling out several mobile COVID-19 vaccine clinics in an effort to boost immunization rates over the Thanksgiving weekend.
Toronto teacher found not guilty of negligence in teen student's drowning

Toronto teacher found not guilty of negligence in teen student's drowning

TORONTO — A Toronto teacher failed to properly assess the safety risks at a swim site where a 15-year-old student drowned during a school canoe trip but his actions did not meet the threshold for a criminal conviction, an Ontario judge ruled Wednesda
Religious groups require proof of COVID-19 vaccine from staff at places of worship

Religious groups require proof of COVID-19 vaccine from staff at places of worship

TORONTO — Several Ontario religious organizations are requiring staff and volunteers at places of worship to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 while encouraging members of their congregations to get their shots.
Case of alleged London, Ont., attacker adjourned for two weeks as disclosure rolls in

Case of alleged London, Ont., attacker adjourned for two weeks as disclosure rolls in

LONDON, Ont. — A young man facing terrorism charges for allegedly targeting a Muslim family and killing them with his truck in southwestern Ontario has had his case adjourned for two weeks. Nathaniel Veltman, 20, of London, Ont.