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Toronto’s public school board trustees voted Wednesday night to replace ability-based assessments with an interest-based application.
French face-off: How the six Conservative leadership candidates made the case for themselves, and against each other
Party members will vote using a mail-in ballot and the winner will be declared on Sept. 10 at an event in Ottawa.
The province will be picking up bill for Ottawa’s cleanup, according to mayor Jim Watson.
‘I didn’t think I was gonna make it’: Man who shot two Métis hunters tells court he was rushing to save his father and brother
Anthony Bilodeau testifies in his own defence at second-degree murder trial in March 2020 deaths of two hunters.
In court Wednesday, Jacob Hoggard testified that the encounters with the complainants were consensual, though he did not have a complete memory.
People in Uvalde say that although they’d seen these mass-shooting scenes in other places on the news, they cannot believe it happened here, Edward Keenan writes.
Canadian abuse charity cuts ties with Q107 radio host John Derringer following verbal abuse allegations
Abuse Hurts CEO says the organization is severing ties with Derringer in light of abuse allegations from the radio host’s former co-workers.
Trucks with horns blaring and a noose dangling from a prop gallows were the backdrop of a protest outside a Liberal party fundraiser in Surrey, B.C.
While voters despise negative advertising, the dirty secret in politics is they work. Del Duca needs to hold his nose and go on the attack.
Amid questions swirling around a Toronto Progressive Conservative MPP, Doug Ford is accusing the Liberals of “desperation” because “their campaign is falling apart.”
How factual is the leader of the Ontario New Democratic Party? The Star is documenting false claims and stretched truths in the lead-up to the provincial election.
Tamara Lich won’t return to jail after accepting award for role as trucker convoy protest leader, judge says
The decision means Lich will stay out of jail after she was granted bail on March 7.
Meanwhile, Germany has not had any countries on its list of “high-risk areas” for the coronavirus since early March.
Hydro One said crews have restored power to more than 479,500 but it will take a few more days help fix damage.
Lone star ticks, which can cause a rare allergy to red meat called alpha-gal syndrome, are expanding into Canada as temperatures rise.
The jury is expected to hear whether the defence will be calling any witnesses to testify, including Hoggard himself.
Today’s coronavirus news: Ontario reporting 890 hospitalizations, 157 in ICUs with COVID-19; Airbnb ends rentals in China over border measures
Meanwhile, Sweden also recommends another booster shot for people over 18 in the risk groups.
More federal government workers were exempt from COVID-19 vaccinations for religious reasons than medical concerns, data shows
Workers were exempt from the vaccination requirement if they had a “sincerely held individual belief... rooted in religion.”
The TDSB says the new policy, if approved Wednesday, will remove long-standing barriers and improve access to programming.
NDP gaining at Liberals’ expense, but PCs still on track to win another majority in Ontario election
The Progressive Conservatives appear to be maintaining an unassailable lead in the last full week of campaigning.