Canada’s young people find COVID-19 restrictions “too much” with a 43 per cent response, according to a new Ipsos poll.
More than half of Ontarians are not satisfied with Doug Ford’s management of the Omicron variant, a poll by Ipsos Public Affairs.
Ontario is bracing itself as the pandemic capacity limits are lifted for venues that require proof of vaccination.
Recent federal and provincial increases in minimum wage are not enough to let single-wage earners survive in Toronto, critics say.
Charlotte Bolton made her Paralympic debut, at only 18 years of age, on Friday morning at the women’s shot put F41 event. The native of Tillsonburg, Ont. had a rough start in the competition, which…
Tuesday found Priscilla Gagné proudly carrying the Canadian flag during the 2020 Paralympics opening ceremony in Tokyo. Three days later, the Maple Leaf was being raised in front of the silver-medal bedecked judoka. The turnaround…
The provincial government has established its revamped second wave plan. However many experts believe with Ontario’s COVID-19 rapid increase the help has come too late and with not enough impact to reduce the case numbers…
COVID-19 cases have been on the steady increase in Ontario through September, with young people often being blamed.
Some drivers have trouble seeing at night. Ontario’s new licence plates won’t help their case. They also have people feeling mixed emotions.
Schools and clubs saw increased interest from youth in being part of their sports teams