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Toronto voice actor Eric Bauza can’t think of a cartoon he adored as a child that wasn’t also culturally inappropriate in some way. “I keep trying to think of something — all the stuff that we grew up with in the ’90s sugar-coated the terrible,” says Bauza, adding with a laugh: “I mean, I was […]

TORONTO — Pat Tabler is leaving the broadcast team of the Toronto Blue Jays. Sportsnet announced his departure in a statement on Friday afternoon. Tabler spent 17 seasons as part of the network’s Blue Jays broadcasts. The 64-year-old played parts of three seasons for Toronto, and spent 12 years in Major League Baseball as a […]

TORONTO — The founder of a virtual care platform says the service has seen a mass exodus of doctors after changes to fees for virtual services in Ontario kicked in this week.  The province reached an agreement with the Ontario Medical Association earlier this year that, as of Thursday, drastically reduces fees paid to doctors […]

TORONTO — Environment Canada says all of southern and eastern Ontario, along with parts of the province’s north, could see strong winds that may cause power outages and damage to buildings this weekend.   The agency says winds with gusts up to 80 kilometres per hour are expected Saturday morning in many areas, including the […]

TORONTO — Two-time Olympic gold medallist Rosie MacLennan has retired from competition. The 34-year-old gymnast represented Canada at four Summer Games, winning in trampoline twice. She made history at the Rio Games when she became the first trampolinist to ever win back-to-back Olympic gold medals. MacLennan announced her retirement on Friday morning on social media. […]

CLARINGTON, Ont. — Ontario has no plans to allow homes to be built on floodplains, Premier Doug Ford said Friday after the federal environment minister warned Ottawa would not provide disaster compensation where development is greenlit in areas prone to flooding. Ford said it’s the responsibility of any builder to ensure they protect against development […]

TORONTO — Canada’s main stock index was down in late-morning trading, weighed down by losses in the industrial and telecommunication sectors, while U.S. stock markets also fell.  The S&P/TSX composite index was down 39.21 points at 20,486.24. In New York, the Dow Jones industrial average was down 178.05 points at 34,216.96. The S&P 500 index […]

TORONTO — A report by DesRosiers Automotive Consultants says light vehicle sales in November rose 4.1 per cent compared with last year. The firm estimates 114,966 light vehicle were sold last month. The result was up from 110,448 in November 2021. However, DAC noted that sales totalled 143,315 in November 2019 before the pandemic struck. […]

The federal environment minister is warning that Ottawa will not provide disaster compensation where a province deliberately allows housing to be built in areas prone to flooding.  Steven Guilbeault’s comments come after the Ontario government announced plans last month to open up the protected Greenbelt to development.  The Progressive Conservative government has proposed removing land […]

TORONTO — CIBC says a New York court has issued a liability ruling against the Canadian bank in a lawsuit brought by Cerberus Capital Management LP. Cerberus filed the lawsuit in November 2015. The case related to an October 2008 transaction in which CIBC issued a limited recourse note to Cerberus specifying certain payment streams, […]