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Ontario reports 3,216 COVID-19 cases and 47 deaths as hospitalizations decline

Ontario is reporting 3,216 new COVID-19 cases today. The province is also reporting 47 more deaths linked to the virus. Provincial figures show 1,640 patients were hospitalized with COVID-19, with 848 in intensive care as of Sunday morning.
Kings of the North: Maple Leafs beat Canadiens 3-2, clinch division title

Kings of the North: Maple Leafs beat Canadiens 3-2, clinch division title

TORONTO — The Maple Leafs have conquered the north in 2021. Now the real work begins.

Gustafsson scores shootout winner as Moose beat Andersen, Marlies

TORONTO — David Gustaffson scored the winning goal in a shootout as the Manitoba Moose edged the Toronto Marlies 5-4 Saturday in Maple Leafs goaltender Frederik Andersen's second American Hockey League conditioning start.
All adults can book COVID vax at select Ontario hot spot pharmacies

All adults can book COVID vax at select Ontario hot spot pharmacies

TORONTO — Nearly 150 pharmacies started offering COVID-19 vaccines to all adults in some Ontario virus hot spots this weekend, a shift made to align with provincial efforts to protect the most vulnerable amid a third wave of infections.

OPP ask residents to shelter in place during manhunt on Manitoulin Island

Police on Manitoulin Island are asking people to shelter in place while they search for a man they allege is armed and dangerous.

Kemar Lawrence leaves Anderlecht for Toronto

TORONTO — Jamaican defender Kemar Lawrence has joined Major League Soccer's Toronto from Belgium’s Anderlecht. The 28-year-old signed with Toronto through the 2024 season, the team said Friday.

Trudeau pushes back on border closures following Progressive Conservative ad

TORONTO — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau pushed back Friday against Ontario's ongoing calls for tighter travel restrictions, saying finger-pointing won't help Ontarians as the province grapples with the third wave of COVID-19.
Man gets house arrest for 'racist' attack on Chinese student riding Toronto bus

Man gets house arrest for 'racist' attack on Chinese student riding Toronto bus

TORONTO — A man who went on a racist tirade and grabbed a masked female Chinese student on a city bus at the start of the pandemic has been handed four months house arrest.
Toronto police search for baby goat allegedly stolen from Riverdale Farm

Toronto police search for baby goat allegedly stolen from Riverdale Farm

Toronto police are investigating a theft that gives kidnapping a whole new meaning. They say a baby goat was stolen from the Riverdale Zoo sometime between 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday and 7 a.m. Thursday. The three-month-old Nubian goat is named Juniper.
Toronto Catholic school board votes to recognize Pride Month

Toronto Catholic school board votes to recognize Pride Month

TORONTO — The Toronto Catholic District School Board says it will celebrate Pride Month every June, starting this year. The board's trustees voted in favour of proclaiming Pride Month on Thursday night.
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