OTTAWA — The safety and well-being of Canadians are top priorities for the governments of Canada and Ontario. Investments in public infrastructure during this extraordinary time provide an opportunity to create jobs and economic growth, make our communities more sustainable and resilient in the face of climate change, and to build more inclusive, equitable public spaces.
The Canada Revenue Agency says it has sent out 441,000 letters warning individuals that they may not be eligible for the Canada Emergency Response Benefits they received. Described as “education letters” by a CRA spokesperson, the letters were sent to those for whom the agency said it was “unable to confirm … employment and/or self-employment income of […]
By Staff The Canadian Press Posted December 14, 2020 3:37 pm Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font Increase article font size A+ THUNDER BAY, Ont. — A man who threw a trailer hitch at an Indigenous woman in Thunder Bay, Ont., has been found guilty of manslaughter in her death. Justice Helen […]
News Narissa Fraser 2 Hrs Ago Epidemiologist Dr Avery Hinds WHILE there have been 20 cases of Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children (MIS-C), epidemiologist Dr Avery Hinds says there have been no cases of Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Adults (MIS-A) thus far. He was responding to questions from the media at the Health Ministry’s virtual […]
TORONTO – The Ministry of Long-Term Care has issued a Mandatory Management Order requiring Revera Long Term Care Inc. to retain UniversalCare Canada Inc. to temporarily manage Westside, a long-term care home in Etobicoke.
Most Saskatchewan residents will only be allowed to mingle indoors with people they live with starting Thursday, the province announced via a news release. As COVID-19 cases continue rising across Saskatchewan, the provincial government is implementing further public health restrictions throughout the next couple of weeks. “We know that much of the community transmission continues […]
The deadly coronavirus outbreaks at University Hospital (UH) in London, Ont., may be on the road to recovery, but the chief medical officer of the London Health Sciences Centre (LHSC) says it’s too early to confirm. Dr. Adam Dukelow spoke during the Middlesex-London Health Unit (MLHU)’s virtual briefing Monday, and said there has been zero […]
News Marshelle Haseley 8 Minutes Ago Christian Jaggernauth of OINK- Outdoor Images N Kaleodoscope Advertising Company, places the traditional star ontop the christmas tree, as part of the final touches during the unveiling of the “Welcome to Port of Spain” near the Maritime Flyover. – ROGER JACOB Newsday photographers captured some of these images reflecting […]
The Honourable Elizabeth Dowdeswell, Lieutenant Governor of Ontario, and the Honourable Ross Romano, Minister of Colleges and Universities, will present the 2020 John C. Polanyi Prizes.
Lac La Ronge Indian Band (LLRIB) Chief Tammy Cook-Searson says northern residents should be very mindful of travelling south because of high COVID-19 cases. Cook-Searson was responding to an advisory by health authorities saying northern residents should avoid non-essential travel outside their home communities. She said the number of cases of COVID-19 in northern communities […]
A McMaster University study suggests that retirement communities in Ontario that offer a wide variety of services are the homes most likely to be impacted by the coronavirus. Using data from the Retirement Homes Regulatory Authority (RHRA) and the Ministry of Health, researchers say the province’s retirement communities most likely to be affected by the […]
News Stacy Moore 36 Minutes Ago RELATIVES said 26-year-old Stephon Ramnarine had endured months of physical abuse by a 19-year-old woman before she fatally stabbed him on Sunday night. Ramnarine, of Hill Crest Extension, Tarodale, was stabbed once in the neck by the woman. He died during emergency surgery at the San Fernando General Hospital […]