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Police looking for victims, witnesses to incident at Mississauga mall

A Kitchener, Ont. woman is due in court later today to face charges following a series of alleged assaults that took place inside a Mississauga shopping mall on Tuesday.

Police investigating after body recovered from water near Niagara-on-the-Lake

Niagara Regional Police are investigating after a body was discovered in Lake Ontario near Niagara-on-the-Lake. Police received a call at about 1:15 p-m Tuesday from someone on a boat, reporting they had found a body in the water.

Testing and high vax rates will help keep Ontario schools safe this fall: Moore

TORONTO — Regular testing combined with high levels of COVID-19 vaccination among staff and eligible students should keep Ontario schools safe when they open next month, the province's top doctor said Tuesday. Dr.
Toronto police force requiring COVID-19 vaccination for all members

Toronto police force requiring COVID-19 vaccination for all members

TORONTO — The Toronto police service said Tuesday that it will require all its members to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 – a move the union representing officers said it opposed.

Mayor Tory visits vandalized mosque, and says it appears it was meant to send message

Toronto's mayor is expressing anger after a city mosque was vandalized over the weekend. John Tory called Monday for anyone with information on what happened at the Baitul Jannah Islamic Centre to contact police.

Public health urges testing for 7,000 at Oshawa tournament after COVID-19 outbreak

WHITBY, Ont. — Public health officials east of Toronto are urging about 7,000 people who attended a basketball tournament to get tested for COVID-19.
Ontario education group wants COVID-19 vaccination required for eligible students

Ontario education group wants COVID-19 vaccination required for eligible students

TORONTO — An education advocacy group has asked Ontario to add COVID-19 vaccinations to the list of immunizations required to attend school in the province.
Doctor quits Ontario science advisory group over alleged 'political considerations'

Doctor quits Ontario science advisory group over alleged 'political considerations'

TORONTO — An outspoken member of Ontario's pandemic science advisory table said Monday that he had resigned from the group over alleged "political considerations" he argued were influencing its work – claims the body of experts rejected. Dr.

Environment Canada issues heat warning for much of southern Ontario

TORONTO — Environment Canada has issued a heat warning for southern Ontario. Temperatures are expected reach 32 C with the humidex values reaching up to 40 C.

Ontario's daily COVID-19 case count rises higher with 722 new infections, two deaths

TORONTO — Ontario is reporting 722 cases of COVID-19 today and two new deaths linked to the virus. The latest figures mark the first time since June that the daily tally has passed the 700 mark.