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Author: The Canadian Press

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Here’s where the leaders of Ontario’s main political parties are today: ____ Progressive Conservative Leader Doug Ford Oakville: Makes an announcement. 2 p.m. Kitchener: Hosts a rally. 7 p.m.  ____ NDP Leader Andrea Horwath Toronto: Hosts appreciation brunch and addresses frontline workers. 10 a.m., Bluffers Restaurant, 7 Brimley Rd. S. Toronto: Talks to media about […]

GUELPH, Ont. — The expansion Scarborough Shooting Stars and rapper J. Cole left as losers Thursday night in their Canadian Elite Basketball League debut. The Guelph Nighthawks won 89-80 in their season opener with Ahmed Hill, an undrafted free agent who played four pre-season games for the Charlotte Hornets in the 2019-20 season, showing a […]

TORONTO — The Toronto Blue Jays recalled Cavan Biggio from triple-A Buffalo on Thursday and optioned fellow infielder Vinny Capra to the Bisons. Biggio spent just over a week with Buffalo after a three-week stint on the COVID-19 injured list. In 10 games with the Bisons this year, he hit .276 with a .462 on-base […]

TORONTO — Canada’s Big Five banks are all sounded notes of caution in releasing results this week as pressure builds on the economy, though each pointed to somewhat different strategies in preparing for a potential recession. TD Bank was only one not to raise its dividend in what it said was a move to preserve […]

Toronto police say a man has died after an interaction with officers during which a police gun was fired. Police Chief James Ramer says officers were called to the city’s east end around 1 p.m. on reports of a person with a gun. He says officers were confronted by an individual, and that person is […]

TORONTO — A charitable organization that works to raise awareness around abuse is no longer working with Toronto radio host John Derringer following complaints from several former co-workers alleging he fostered a toxic work environment.  The Canadian Centre for Abuse Awareness, which also goes by the name “Abuse Hurts,” was established in 1993, and had […]

Toronto Public Health has confirmed the city’s first case of monkeypox. The city has been investigating several suspected and probable cases, and today announced that one has been lab confirmed. Officials say the person is in stable condition and recovering in hospital. The city also says two people that had previously been suspected of having […]

TORONTO — Canada’s main stock index increased for a fifth-straight day to a near three-week high on a broad rally that also swept U.S. markets higher as investors were relieved that the Fed won’t be even more hawkish in raising interest rates. The S&P/TSX composite index closed up 148.43 points to 20,532.18. In New York, […]

Toronto Public Health has confirmed the city’s first case of monkeypox. The city has been investigating several suspected and probable cases, and today announced that one has been lab confirmed. Officials say the person is in stable condition and recovering in hospital. The city also says two people that had previously been suspected of having […]

TORONTO — Spain has replaced the French Barbarians as Canada’s opponent in a men’s rugby match July 10 at Ottawa’s TD Place. “We had an agreement from the French Barbarians that they would be travelling for a two-match tour this July to the U.S.A., and Canada,” Jamie Levchuk, Rugby Canada’s interim CEO and managing director […]