Profits of unscrupulous thieves who are running a fake taxi scam are adding up to huge amounts, say more victims who are coming forward to CTV News Toronto.
On March 4, 50 years ago, southern Quebec got hammered by what would become known as the storm of century, with Montreal and the surrounding paralyzed for days.
Ontario will prioritize age and risk in the second phase of its vaccination plan and will rely on pharmacies to deliver the AstraZeneca vaccine to residents who fit those categories.
The Parti Quebecois (PQ) is asking the Quebec government to adopt a more regionalized approach to better reflect the epidemiological reality of each region, in particular through the return of the colour-coded, tiered alert system.
Toronto will not begin a mass registration of its seniors for COVID-19 vaccination for at least another 12 days because it is waiting for a centrally-run registration program set up by the province to come online, Mayor John Tory said Wednesday.
The Canada Revenue Agency says some taxpayers who repaid COVID-19 related benefits in 2020 are getting incorrect tax slips.
Appointments for the COVID-19 vaccine in York Region are completely booked after about 20,000 people registered to get the shot within the first two hours on Monday, officials said.
Toronto photographer Amina Mohamed is behind the ‘Cameras for Girls’ non-profit in Uganda, providing cameras and training female journalism students to give them a head start in the industry.
Ontario’s long-term care minister said she didn’t go public early last year with concerns about COVID-19 spreading in nursing homes because she didn’t consider herself an authority on the emerging threat.
A group of Toronto-area parents are struggling to interpret Canadas rules over whether younger adults and older children have to book themselves into so-called quarantine hotels when they return to Canada.
The story of a 7-year-old girl from Alabama selling lemonade to help to pay for her own brain surgery has caused an uproar on the internet, with many calling it an indictment of the U.S. healthcare system.
Starting next week, the city will begin administering COVID-19 vaccines to people in Toronto’s shelter system.