What does the enhanced Canada Health Transfer (CHT) mean for Ontario, and will it solve health-care issues in the province?
new Ipsos poll suggests.
When Tahmar Chung, 21, a student at the University of Toronto with a dairy allergy, ordered a green tea Frappuccino with soy milk from a Starbucks in the GTA in 2018, she did not expect…
The Toronto District School Board will begin to train secondary school staff to respond to opioid overdoses. Toronto’s annual opioid toxicity death count has been rising since 2013, with fentanyl and heroin now leading in lives claimed.
East Yorkers looking for respite from the record-breaking temperatures currently blasting the city can pop by the East York Civic Centre for a breath of cold air.
Torontonians may see upervised drug injection sites near them by the end of the year.